Pistol Pete & The Contract Killers
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Oct
28
Pistol Pete & The Contract Killers @ The Basement

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Sep
27
Pistol Pete & The Contract Killers @ Christopher Pizza

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

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... Taking the third place was Now or Never. These guys are probably one of the most fun bands to watch on stage. With the energy of the bassist and the slamming guitar solos from their guitarist, to the intense piano and vocals, these guys will be a good act to catch at the final...

Nancy Stone - 14 Apr 2006


http://www.emergenza.net/document/news/news.asp?id=2028

- EMERGENZA


... This weekend featured great bands like on Thursday, Remember Yesterday and Now or Never who were the top two bands of the night. Both with tight sets gave a great show and rocked the Mohawk...

Nancy Stone - 15 Feb 2006

http://www.emergenza.net/document/news/news.asp?id=1942
- EMERGENZA


Discography

Pistol Pete Demo - 2007
1. Fifteen
2. I Bleed
3. Plastic Princess
4. By The Ocean
5. Ridin' Down

Burn This Place Down (EP) - 2009
1. Here
2. Burn This Place Down
3. I Won't Go Down Like That
4. By The Ocean
5. One More Try

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Bio

Miles moved to Nashville in July of 2007 after his previous band Now or Never in Buffalo, NY parted ways. Before they did, Now or Never played shows all around the Western New York area in clubs and at college campuses. Some of the venues included SUNY Buffalo and SUNY Geneseo, Hilbert College, the Tralfamador Café and The Town Ballroom.
In addition to playing shows for a variety of audiences throughout the area, NON achieved commercial radio airplay on Buffalo’s 97 Rock and Rock Radio 103.3 The Edge. Miles and Now or Never made a name for themselves by playing the loudest brand of Piano Rock in the industry and by putting on a show renowned as much for its high energy as for its memorable songs.
In 2008, Miles teamed up with Dave Altier from the Whiskey Drifters- an Ohio band with an equally impressive track record. The Whiskey Drifters played with bands like Buckcherry, achieved commercial radio airplay and acquired corporate sponsorships.
Pistol Pete picked up guitarist Richard Thompson in December '08 as the band went into the studio to record their newest EP, Burn This Place Down.
The latest addition to the group is the multi-genre bass player Scott Gypson. Scott is another Western NY import to Nashville.