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Peter June

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The best kept secret in music


"Listener Reviews"

Reviewer: Bryan M
Incredible! There are very few albums out there that I can just sit down and liten to beginning to end, but this is definitely one of them. Walking around campus with "Broken Ladders" playing in my headphones watching people passing by, I couldn't help but think that I had found some incredible secret. Check this album out, it should by no means be a secret, everyone I've shown this to has absolutely loved it.

Reviewer: David Ilg
GREAT!!! I Was very impressed. A very "Dave" sound... Every song is different in a good way and the cd has a calming affect. Its great to just relax to and unwind. I thoroughly enjoyed the entire cd and wish you luck in the future!

Reviewer: JJ Chroshey
IT'S DYNAMITE !! IT'S THE SHIZNIT FOR SHIZZLE!! PICK UP A COPY FOR YOUR SELF AND ALL YOUR HOMIES!! This CD will have you forgettin about your ex in no time flat!! It's Powerful, energizing, revibing, reverberating, rejuvinating. Did I say it's Dynamite...Check out Peter June Live ASAP !!

Reviewer: Jeff I.
The Cd is great start to finish...There is not a dull moment through out the album with I can't say about other cds I own. The style of musak is one I can listen to and not want to go out and get crazy, but in the same respect not fall asleep standing up right! Overall this cd was produced with a goal in mind and I feel Peter June hit it the nail on the head. Great First of Many

Reviewer: Dawn Putnam
Solitary bird soars way above the roof tops....peter june (known to some as Pete G.) really nailed this one. This is the first CD I've purchased in a long time that I actually like all of the tracks on and can listen to it straight through. I can't wait to see where future ventures will take him! P.S.- I've been a fan since the "Live in Wood Lounge" days.

Reviewer: C. Beckler
Bold & Beautiful "True Art, It's what music should be!" Take a listen, Enjoy... This CD is an exciting journey, a facinating Quest and along the way you find exactly what you've been looking for....An Extraordinary Masterpiece ! *****

Reviewer: Lyzz Middaugh-Mote
Awesome! Peter is going places! This is a great debut album for Peter June. He's done great work on it, I'm crazy impressed! I listened to it all day at work on Thursday and everyone asked me who it was cuz they liked it so much. I love track one and seven is one of my new favorites songs. Great Job to Peter!

Reviewer: Stacy Heven
This CD is amazing and really nicely put together. This CD is really beautifully done, it has a simple realness about it. Peter June's voice is great and the lyrics go deeper than today's every day love song. it's a CD that quiets you and makes you reflect. FYI: he is AMAZING IN CONCERT he really rocks its a million times better and you really have to see him. You won't look at music the same GO SEE PETER JUNE - CD Baby


"...a solitary bird on the roof" - Released May 4, 2005

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Recipe for a debut album: 1 bleeding heart, 1 Guild guitar, 1 lost love. Bake in a G4 Power Mac for 6 months and burn to disc. Serve stirred, not shaken.

Peter June has all the elements of a singer/songwriter: he writes songs and he sings them. As an added bonus, some people really like them. It is with this buoyed confidence that he brings his music to the masses with his first record on May 4, 2005.

A New England native and current Bostonian, June, 23, is acutely aware of his status in that awkward space between the safe boundaries of college life and the risky freedom of "the real world." His debut album, "...a solitary bird on the roof", is a collection of songs stemming from a broken relationship and a wrestling match with the elusive "why" that ensued. To say the album is vulnerable is akin to saying Mikey "kind of likes" Life cereal. But rather than being egocentric, the songs are surprisingly hopeful and outwardly focused, inviting the listener to relate on a personal level. Peter notes, "There's something very mysterious about vulnerability put into a song - it's the honesty that attracts people and provides a common ground to say, 'Yeah, I'm right there with you.'"

June strives for that connection through his live performances. With a passionate vocal delivery reminiscent of Bono and Adam Duritz (Counting Crows), no song ever sounds the same twice - it's an experience all its own. The backbone of this relational approach is a strong faith. "I grew up in a spiritual context, and some of the first music I can recall is the old gospel tunes sung on a Sunday morning. What struck me was the music's ability to strip the sociological barriers that exist between young and old, rich and poor, black and white - and for 5 minutes give you a taste of heaven. That's what I'm after."

If finding common ground is the goal, Peter's loftiest aim can be summed up in his own words: "If I can get a subway car full of strangers singing the same song, then I can take over the world."