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Posted Sunday, January 23, 2005
Brian Peters is a performer of traditional folk music who combines a high level of skill on three different instruments with a great voice and an energetic stage presence. He's a leading English squeezebox player, doubling on melodeon (button accordion) and anglo concertina, a fine guitarist well-versed in open tunings, and a passionate singer who can convey drama or emotion, while his carefully-constructed accompaniments blend adventure and sophistication.
Brian lives in Glossop near Manchester on the edge of the Pennines. He has visited Australia a couple of times, but will be a new voice to many who have joined the folk scene when he attends the National this year. But you can get a preview him at the Loaded Dog on Saturday 19th March. He'll be giving a house concert at Margaret Bradford's for those in the Sutherland shire who might like an additional injection of the Brian Peters experience.