Thank you for visiting my website. If you're new to my music, thanks for
taking the time to learn more. And if you're already familiar, thank you
People often find their way here because someone else told them about me.
I am truly grateful to those of you who help my music find its way into the world--who
listen to it and share it with others. It is you who allow me to do this for a living.
I'm happy to say that I now have a Facebook page, which my friend Eva Thaler has
been kind enough to set up and manage. Thanks Eva!
There are some things you may not find on this website. I'm afraid I only have a handful of songs available in sheet music. I would like to have more, but just haven't been able to dedicate the time and resources yet to make that happen. If you are interested in booking me for a show, please contact Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again for visiting! Sincerely, Pete
Thank you to all the new venues who have booked Pete and for all the venues who are welcoming him back again. Also, thank you for all your support of Pete - he hopes to see you at a performance in the next year.
Also, his new CD, Third Street, will be released this fall! More details to come.
I am happy to announce that my song "Church of the Earth" is now available in sheet music as a pdf download. It is a full transcription with piano accompaniment, guitar chords, choir parts, and melody.
Thanks to Kevin McKinney for doing this work, and for making it available on his website. Kevin is also planning on making other titles of mine available in the near future, including those which I currently have only in hard copy form.
I recently played in Lancaster, PA, where I also had the privilege of being interviewed by Jason Mundok on his podcast, Around the Wood Stove. This is a wonderful series, and I was very happy to be a part of it. If you like, you can listen to it here Around The Wood Stove . Thanks to Jason, not only for the great interview, but for very generously lending me his guitar for the show, as mine got caught up in airport baggage on the way over.
I also want to put in a shameless plug for Lisa Harrison and Shawn Callahan, my sister-in-law and brother-in-law, who have now opened an amazing guest house on their property in Northern Minnesota. Green Gate Guest House is a very inspiring project--every inch of it is beautiful, hand-crafted, extremely eco-conscious, with lots to do nearby. You can learn more here Green Gate Guest House.