Peter Bane
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Peter Bane

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to be released 2010



Peter Bane is a driving force... As a child of music, growing up with a jazz pianist as a father, Pete took to instruments without thought and hardly any effort. After learning the basics on violin he moved to guitar and at 13 formed his first band, Janitors Of Anarchy. His star power shined through quickly and by 16 he formed and became the front-man of OC punk band, Nonsense. Nonsense released several 7 inches and participated on various compilations throughout the 1990's. Their fan base grew and their show size increased getting them exposure on decent sized bills such as the Punk Show '94 where they shared the stage with the Vandals, Sublime, Guttermouth, Cadillac Tramps and many other notable bands that defined the OC punk movement. By this time Pete had local appreciation and fame, which wasn't overlooked by Guttermouth when they went hunting for a tour guitarist. Pete cut his teeth on several US tours with Guttermouth - both opening for large acts like The Offspring and Bad Religion and performing as the headliner. When Nonsense broke up at the turn of the century Pete went "back-to-school" teaching himself music theory. Finally taking after his father, he focused on piano and learned how to work with other musicians like jazzmen do. Eventually the jamming and random gigs solidified into band, Sons And Lovers. Pete played 40 plus shows under this name meanwhile creating a large catalogue of songs for his solo project. He now has gathered a band of talented musicians to tour his first album - to be released on a private label in the spring of 2010. Peter Bane would love for the opportunity to debut his new project, which expresses fully his tenure of experience within the underground rock scene, at this year's SWSX festival. His talented writing style, on-stage presence and swampy, stompy, swinging, punky, dancey, electric American rock/angry folk will be sure to put him on this year's list for most intriguing new band.