Peter Marangi

Peter Marangi

BandPopCountry

Performing before a crowd of fans, while my music fills the room and awakens the imagination...I am a born entertainer.

Biography

As a singer songwriter, musician, producer and music enthusiast, Peter Marangi has inspired countless others to appreciate and explore their passion for music. He is a consummate performer, always impressing audience with his diversity. Peter's music defies classification into one particular genre, but rather is a fusion of many different styles and influences.

Both as a band member with The Syndicate (a blues based rock band) and as a solo artist, Peter has performed on many stages. His fans have been very receptive to his unique blend of blues, rock, country, jazz, and experimental sounds. In fact, these fans have awarded him with the Track of the Month, and and Song of the Day credits, on several occassions on garageband.com.
Peter has played for both intimate audiences, and boisterous crowds. Performances to date have included the Burlington Sound of Music Festival, the Oakville Waterfront Festival, numerous local establishments, and charitable events. Peter's music has received airplay on several internet radio sites, McMaster's CFMU radio, as well as CBC radio one.

Peter's vision for the direction of his music is limitless. He seeks out opportunities to explore these boundaries within his own music, and also the music of those he produces and influences. For more information on Peter or the services he provides visit his website at www.petermarangi.com

Discography

Independent CD release
Don't ask me...McMaster Radio
Akbar... CBC radio one

Set List

Variety of sets and variations on length and genre. Covering anyone from Kenny Rogers to Zepplin, to Gypsy Kings, and Jimmi Hendrix. Original and experimental music is also performed.
Don't ask me, San Quentin, All along the watchtower, Driften, Fearless, Wild Horeses, Midnight Rider, Strangers in the night, Where did you ever go, Un Amore, Like a hurricane, La nosta relatzione, Vodoo Chile, Whole lotta love, Lady, Let's get it on....many many more.