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Musician

Peter Brown

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Peter Brown has a reputation as one of the best keyboard players for pop, jazz and blues in the greater Ottawa area. He has been playing piano and other keyboards professionally for the past 25 years. Peter is a polished and soulful performer in styles ranging from Chicago blues to boogie to bebop to country. He is valued as a member of the many bands he works with for his virtuoso "chops", strong rhythmic drive, exciting solos, and the ability to support and inspire the musicians he plays with.

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Article: Live Review

Down With Jazz 2013

Read "Down With Jazz 2013" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Down With JazzMeeting House Squarejny: Dublin, IrelandSeptember 6-8, 2013 Father Conefrey must be turning in his grave. He's surely cursing the cruel fates, for jazz you see, is alive and kicking in Dublin. On New Year's Day 1934 Father Conefrey led a 3,000-strong protest on the streets of Mohill in County ...

Album

Franklin Street

Label: People Will Talk
Released: 2008
Track listing: Atmos; Forest Flower; The House on Franklin Street; Spanish Lesley; Jitterbug Waltz; Choices We Made; Never Fall For a Broken Heart; Thelonius; How the Other Half Lives; Small Things of Beauty.

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Article: Album Review

Peter Brown Trio: Franklin Street

Read "Franklin Street" reviewed by John Kelman


In a time where innovation is too often measured by complexity and abstrusity, there are still those who value the resonance of a good melody and the selfless approach of an ensemble for whom song is the priority. That's not to say that Ottawa, Canada's Peter Brown isn't a fine enough pianist/vocalist, or that his trio ...


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