Peter Jones Music










Peter Jones Music
The guitar is very much the centre of the perfomance and adds and edge to the performance. But, with a vast catalogue of songs to choose from, suiting the mood is not an issue.

From low-key, laid back to full-on, kick-ass and everywhere in between. All the songs are classics in their genre and all audiences can be catered for (almost!).

Great for pubs, parties - anywhere where people want to hear proper music played with passion and skill and with the added element of video synch this is a unique proposition.


Not karaoke
The backing is made up of sequenced keyboard and drum tracks using Cubase VST. I go back a long way with Cubase and was product specialist and beta-tester in the 80s.

Bass guitar and backing vocals plus any secondary guitar parts are also recorded leaving lead vocal and all the principle guitar parts live.

All of this is carefully put together using a relatively limited sound-base to ensure a consistent feel and dynamic during live performance. Effects are used very sparingly - again to keep the feel live and nothing like the torrid glossy nonsense that is a feature of many solo artists using MP3s.



During the 80s I was priveliged to work with an amazing bunch of musicians originally called 'Paragon' Peter Jones Music

and latterly 'Empire Works' (same line up, different name).

It was end-end music, even forming a company with the rest of the band designing and manufacturing electronic percussion. This brought us many great contacts in the music world which was topped by seeing Ultravox play at the incredible Live Aid concert using our gear. We still retain that contact today.

Al Westwood and Peter Jones with 'Paragon' live at the Railway, Birmingham in the 80s.

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