...shows Pete at the Beaminster Festival of Music and the Visual Arts in Summer 2009, where he headlined the opening concert in the Town Square on a gloriously sunny Saturday afternoon (read: Phew! It's a bit hot to be playing the guitar, innit?). Yes, Pete is out gigging again, and working in the studio polishing his forthcoming CD 'Hope, doom...and calories'.
Two of the songs from the CD, 'Big Storm' - a hard-driving climate change message, and 'Don't mess with me ('coz I'm a cyclist)' - a song that's, er, either for or against cyclists, we're not sure which, are already proving to be hits, and should soon be available on many popular download sites.
Important news for organisers:
Pete Quin has moved. The new contact details are:
Pete & Barbara Quin
41 Cranbrook Road
Bristol BS6 7BP
Tel: 0117 9190099
As you probably know, Pete Quin is one of England's most experienced fine guitarist/songwriter/singers, still making people count his fingers and sing his songs after well over forty years (Gosh, he doesn't look that old! Oh, yes, he does. Sigh.).
For a look at Pete's early years, go to "Pete's past"
For the latest news, including details of Pete's current CDs, go to "Pete today"
To hear some samples of Pete's music, including clips from his current CDs,
'Second time around', 'Beautiful Bridlington Town' and 'Got it Covered', go to
To look at some of what Pete does when he's not playing music, go to "Pete's stories"
To contact us for more information, use firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out how to get one of Pete's CDs, use this link to Skylightsounds
To book Pete for your club, email email@example.com
Pete Quin now plays Voyage-Air guitars as well as his well-known 1965 Gibson SJN. Check out at www.voyageairguitar.com - they are the most
exciting development in guitars since the invention of, well, the guitar!