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Broken [Radio Vers.]
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Peter Moon
Feb 2003

You don't so much hear a Peter Moon song - You feel it...

With a haunting voice and a language all his own, Peter writes about beauty, heartbreak, humor and survival with a distinct interest in love, sex and spiritual searching Fans often compare his intense, hook driven pop- rock to "Edwin McCain but with better lyrics." Peter cites Counting Crows, Tom Petty, Daniel Lanois and The Police as influences.

Since 1998, his talents have found a home in Nashville, where he has maintained a purposeful distance from the public glare while recording some of the most movingly personal songs of his career. His forthcoming indie cd "I AM THE ELEPHANT MAN" bristles with moody vocals, compelling beats, jangly guitars and shimmering harmonies.

When asked about why he chooses music, he says "I don't do it for fame or fortune. I do it because if I didn't, I would explode!!!" And Peter explodes on stage...

A recent show in Orlando sparked the interest of Unity Pictures @ Universal Studios, FL and film director Kip Erickson (Backstreet Boys). The result, Peter's first music video for his single "I Want", currently airing twice daily on the hit music program Video Music Review.

Peter has excited audiences in clubs and coffeehouses throughout the Southeast, both with his band and as a solo acoustic act. Other highlights include opening shows for RB Morris and John Prine at the prestigious Ruth Eckerd Hall, appearances on WFLA- TV Channel 8 (Tampa) and radio play on WMNF, WDCF (Florida) and WOUI (Chicago).

A prolific writer and dynamic performer, Peter's songs have received national attention, both in 1997 for the song "Missouri Rain" on the Discmaker's Independent Music World Series CD and again in 1998 for the song "Say My Name," released by A|C artist Lori Lawton, winning praise from renowned music journalist Robert K.Oerman. Peter's 3 song demo prompted million selling producer Jim Cotton (Alabama, Billy Ray Cyrus) to remark "I love this shit! You've got something to be excited about."

So do music audiences everywhere...

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