Singles and EPs
Marshland Pete is Blues/Rock artist/producer who sounds like Gary Clark Jr., Jeff Beck and The Black Keys meeting in an abandoned rural pub for a jam (he also apparently talks in the third person). His guitar-based music is a bridge between early Blues Roots, British Blues Rock and Modern Raw Electric Blues Rock. Growing up next to the marshland of England (He also grew up next to a golf course but Golf Course Pete doesn't have the same ring to it). He grew his musical understanding from the family 45s, favouring those Rock and Blues artists who could launch into deeply moving guitar solos (Cream, Roy Buchanan, Robin Trower, Jimi Hendrix, Free, Led Zeppelin) as well as musicians who embraced the unconventional. In early bands, Petey would take a lead in writing new songs and developing long solos (His other band mates were less impressed with the length of these solos). Petey left the peaceful idyllic landscapes of the East Anglian marshland to travel the long dusty lonesome road (Well alright he took the train, which was quite comfortable) to London. Much of his music has been influenced by the London 1960's music scene and living amongst the landmarks of that era has been inspiring. Whilst Petey has done session work at prestigious recordings studios such as Abbey Road Studios, he records mostly from his own home studio, Chime Tone Studio. In addition to performing on the records, he produces and mixes his songs. Petey also produces other artists in different genres.