Peter is mature, seasoned, and original. He’s a singer/songwriter that has variety in his show. Some songs are just fun, others thought provoking, most have a lot of energy and humour. Above all else he is a musically accessible honest performer with broad appeal. He performs as a solo act, a duo with Gwen Potter on viola or as a trio with Gwen and multi-instrumentalist David Lum.
Peter keeps audiences engaged with his energetic music and performance. He simply relishes in making people smile, tap their feet and ponder life a little.
After playing a house concert at the Grise Fine Art Gallery in Penetanguishene, this is what Debbie Grise had to say: Peter has a way with storytelling in song, that engages and delights his audience. Gwen adds pleasing layers to the performance with her viola d’amore and light harmonies. The two perfectly compliment each other. D. Grisé
Glen Silverthorne, music columnist for the Brantford Expositor, had this to say:
“The first half of the (performance) provided happy upbeat covers and originals starting with Kansas City. The band immediately followed with a catchy rock original, We Belong To The Fifties. This infectious song really got the packed house finger snapping, toe tapping, table finger drumming, or just clapping the rhythms. During many of the vocals by Light, with Potter doing voice harmony, we heard some groovy scat singing with those ooby-doobys, da-ba da-bas, and scooby-do-bop-bops cleverly inserted into the arrangements. The trio soon followed with another original with a nice shuffle beat and written by Light called Hopelessly In Love.”
Tickets: $12/Advance $15/Door
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