Peter has been involved with music since he realized what music was, and meant - as a clarinetist in the school band, plus as a budding guitarist after seeing the Beatles on Ed Sullivan; and later as a soloist, a side man and a member of original bands.  He has been reinventing himself as a solo artist with (or without) backup, writing songs alone and with a partner.  His new music, the songs and his performances, showcase the bond he’s forged with his audience, musically and emotionally.  Peter’s music is stripped down, it’s direct, and it’s right there.




The Clonetones:  rock n' roll - saxophones, vocals, 1978-1984
"Kill 'Em in Vegas", released 1981 on Rogo Records 

Frequency:  latin-jazz/funk - saxophones, vocals, 1979-1986
master recording sessions with Teo Macero at Mediasound Studios 

Killerfish:   rythmn and blues/blues - saxophones, vocals, 1986-1988

The DCvers:  urban country - guitar, vocals, 1988-2002
music from the 2001 Sundance Grand Jury Prize documentary film, "Southern Comfort" can be heard @ (including the original full band recording of  "I Want You") 

Currently writing, recording, and performing solo (and with band)