Singer-guitarist (and banjo) player with a repertoire covering hundreds of Pop, Rock, and Americana songs from the 50's through 2000's. Can perform solo or with another accompanying musician, generally a violin player. I have a strong in-tune singing voice, and I can cover songs from many different artists and styles. If I don't already know the songs you are looking for I can probably learn them.
Pete played great. Has a nice voice and was well liked by my guests. He offers a huge songlist and is very friendly and accomodating.
We needed someone to play hits from the 70s&80s. When he began to sing the first song, we were enchanted. Can't wait to hear him at our next event.
Pete Glaze performed at my wedding. He is an accomplished and versatile guitar player and has a beautiful singing voice that really rings out. His voice is perfect for rock & roll and he had an extensive list of songs. Mr. Glaze is a real musician with his own style and was very professional to work with. People were able to request songs and all the guests at the party gave me so many compliments on the music! His music made the wedding reception amazing and I couldn't be happier with my choice!!! It would be a pleasure to hire him again!!!
I am a singer, guitar and banjo player, and songwriter. While I do write and perform my own songs (many of them comic in nature), I also enjoy performing covers drawn from a large repertoire of classic rock, and folk songs.
Most recently I have also been performing these cover songs with violinist Steve Kuzma, and we are creating our own unique sound that many people seem to enjoy.
I am originally from New York City, but am now an Atlantic City resident. Over the last 15 years I have performed solo, as leader of a trio, and as lead-singer for a classic rock cover band, in various bars, restaurants, coffee houses, parties and events around the South Jersey and Philadelphia areas.
Additional Booking Notes
Requirements are minimal. Assuming you want an amplified performance, all I really needs is a small space and electricity for the PA system. If I am to play as a duet with Steve Kuzma, the violin player, I will need a slightly larger space.
Note: If performance is to be for more than 90 minutes I will need to break the show into +/- 1 hr "sets" with 10 to 15 minute breaks between them.
Upcoming Booked Events
|June 22, 2019 • 3:00pm - 9:00pm||Graduation|
Past Booked Events
|April 06, 2019 • 5:30pm - 8:30pm||Birthday Party|
I can draw on a repertoire of hundreds of songs, and can customize a setlist to order for you, and learn songs, if needed. A typical set list, whether performed solo or with one other musician, might go like this:
Radioactive (Imagine Dragons)
Kryptonite (3 Doors Down)
Drift Away (Dobie Grey)
Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffet)
Sister Golden Hair (America)
In My Life (The Beatles)
Under The Milkyway (The Church)
If You Could Read My Mind (Gordon Lightfood)
Landslide (Fleetwood Mac)
Rocket Man (Elton John)
While My Guitar Gently Weeps (The Beatles)
Thank You (Led Zeppelin)
Turn The Page (Bob Seger)
Day After Day (Badfinger)
Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie)
American Pie (Don McClean)
You Are Like A Hurricane (Neil Young)
Have You Ever Seen The Rain (CCR)
Man In The Moon (REM)
Don't Know Much (Sam Cook)
Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd)
I Need You (The Beatles)
The Weight (The Band)
Love The One You're With (Stephen Stills)
Hey Lord, Don't Ask Me Questions (Graham Parker)
Cruel To Be Kind (Nick Lowe)
Dead Flowers (Rolling Stones)
Horse With No Name (America)
Stuck In The Middle (Stealers Wheel)
Peaceful, Easy Feeling (The Eagles)
Learning To Fly (Tom Petty)
Take Me On (Aha acoustic version)
Love Me Two Times (The Doors)
Tuesday Afternoon (The Moody Blues)
Behind Blue Eyes (The Who)
... and many, many more to choose from ...
Influences & Inspiration
I am influenced by many musicians and acts, including (but not limited to):
Assuming you want amplified music, I can supply a PA and equipment (or use yours if you already have something set up). Otherwise all I need is a small performance space and access to electricity. If you don't want amplification I can perform acoustically