San Francisco Irish Singer 5




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San Francisco Irish Singer 5

This San Francisco Irish Singer comes from the small industrial town of Clydebank, 8 miles west of Glasgow, Scotland. A town situated on the banks of the river Clyde, famous for its shipbuilding, birth of the " Queen Mary" and the "Queen Elizabeth's". It is from this rich and historical background that Peter gets his song writing ideas and inspirations.

He currently lives in Santa Clara California where he has spent the last eleven years. In that time he has ingrained himself in the conscience of the Celtic Community, playing local Scottish Games such as Pleasanton and Livermore Scottish Games and also Ardenwood Tartan Day in Fremont.

This San Francisco Irish Singer has caused people to stand up and take notice, displaying a strong clear voice which Brian McNeill (Formally from the Battlefield Band) commented  as "A very Fine Voice" and the manic superb fiddler Michael Mullen (Tempest) to exclaim "A Voice as smooth as Butter". He armed with his guitar or bouzouki imparts a passion for the old songs and ballads of his homeland  and injects a vigorous vitality for contemporary and self - penned songs that he sings about having released a demo CD "For My Love"in 2004 with the help of background whistles and pipes from the remarkable David Brewer (Molly's Revenge).

He has just finished working on a full length CD with emphasis on songs about his hometown of Clydebank, Scotland, along with the traditional music we all love to hear.

This makes this San Francisco Irish Singer "A Voice to be Heard".

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Country United States
City San Francisco
State/Province California
Performer Type Musical Act

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