PISTOL PETE / Rock & Roll / Blues
Pistol Pete a shredding guitar player that uses various musicians for backup. Any combination of these musicians makes and awesome band. One of the interesting things about seeing him play is that it will never be the same old thing over and over. Keeping it fresh and entertaining. You never know who you will see playing with him. He lives’ and breathes the guitar. Besides his band, here is a laundry list of SOME of the people he has shared a stage with or opened for over the years: Cheap Trick, Foreigner, Foghat, Traffic, Kansas, Head East. Survivor, Mr. Mister, Slash, The TRUE Band of Gypsy's Buddy Miles and Billy Cox (Jimi Hendrix's bass and drums), Eric Gales, Otis Rush, KoKo Taylor, Buddy Guy, Billy Branch and the Son of Blues, Melvin Taylor (he was his teacher), Junior Wells, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Johnny Lang, Ronnie and Lonnie Brooks, Bo Diddley, Freddie Jones Band, Gatemouth Brown, Howard Tate, Corey Stevens, Kinsey Report, Gary Hoey........ well, you get the idea. The beat and the list goes on. He has played in Poland, Japan, Canada, and all over the United States. Appeared on Showtime At the Apollo (came in 2nd) He won the Jimi Hendrix Electric Guitar Competition Midwestern Division and took a trip to Seattle for the finals. Several Thousand people entered this contest and only 100 were chosen for the competition. From that 100 only 10 went on to Seattle. Pete was one of the 10 at Hendrix fest.
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