Pete Pidgeon

With one Grammy-Nominated project and 12 ballot appearances, Pete Pidgeon’s “credibly original approach,” as praised by Rolling Stone contributor Jesse Jarnow, is rooted in multi-stylistic stories of perseverance and rejuvenation - reflections of Pete’s true-life experiences. Pete’s “progressive Americana songwriting” combines deeply poignant lyrics with the complex harmonic structures of Joni Mitchell, feel-good R&B undercurrents of Bill Withers, and spiritual ambiance of classic Yes. He can flexibly play American roots one night and neo-soul the next, delivering diversity with authenticity. "All the Little Things," Pete's newest LP, features the late-great Rock and Roll Hall of Hame Inductee Levon Helm (The Band, Bob Dylan). Pete lives in the unincorporated community of Topanga Canyon Los Angeles – where Neil Young wrote “After the Gold Rush” – and draws upon the same coyotes for inspiration.

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