The Supreme Angels were already a favorite group when Howard “Slim” Hunt joined them in 1956. Hunt experienced developed in the tiny city of Walnut Grove, Mississippi, and he constantly enjoyed singing, especially gospel. Following a proceed to New Orleans and, from then on, to Milwaukee, he became a member of a local performing group in 1953. 3 years afterwards he used electric guitar, and was asked to become listed on the Supreme Angels, touring together all of those other calendar year until that incarnation of the group disbanded in 1957. Still left with touring schedules to fill up, Hunt kept the Supreme Angels name and continued. Although account of the group was continuously changing, the Angels held the product quality high, getting perhaps one of the most well-known and flexible gospel quartet groupings around under Hunt’s command, because of his stirring and soaring business lead vocals as well as the great electric guitar playing of Robert “Glucose” Hightower. The group released many albums, in early stages for Nashboro Information, and afterwards for Malaco Information, most of them documented live, before Hunt’s loss of life in 2007. Hightower transferred this year 2010.