Gospel artist whose third album, I'm Back (2011), turned out to be his breakout release. The album cracked the top five on the U.S. gospel charts and led to him becoming the host of his own radio show, The Lonnie Hunter Show.
He served in the U.S. Air Force, where he was a member of their jazz band. He earned a Bachelor's degree in public relations from Western Illinois University.
He has served as a pastor at Bethany Baptist Church in Lindenwold, New Jersey.
He has a sister named Denise.
He signed to Tyscot Records, which has been home to other prominent gospel singers like Deitrick Haddon.