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Peter Wilson has toured and performed since 1978 in coffeehouses, colleges, trains and nightclubs across the US and Canada. He’s appeared at the Speakeasy in Greenwich Village, Great American Music Hall in San Francisco and the Backstage in Seattle. He’s recorded songs for Fast Folk Music Magazine. A regular performer at the Palms Playhouse in Davis, California, Wilson has opened for Robert Cray, Etta James, David Lindley, Maria Muldaur and Mose Allison as well as for folk acts like John McCutchen, Tom Paxton, Jesse Winchester and Jerry Jeff Walker.

He’s a member of the Deadbeats – a long running tip-of-the-hat to the music and songs of the Grateful Dead.

He’s a founding member of Paul Emery’s 1000 Kisses Deep – The Songs of Leonard Cohen.

At home in Grass Valley, California Wilson has hosted radio variety shows, open mic. nights, presents concerts and an assortment of events and festivals.

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The Deadbeats

The Deadbeats formed during the Summer of 1994 on the idea they could pull off some reasonable Grateful Dead covers. Soon it was apparent the band was on to something, a certain indefinable sound and feel that captured the essence of a Dead show. They’ve gone on to perform at countless Northern California venues and festivals along with founding the annual Jerry Bash. The current Deadbeats line up includes Tom Menig, Eric Menig, Gary Campus, Rob Kopp, Peter Wilson, Jenn Knapp & Glenn Tucker.

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A Thousand Kisses Deep: The Songs of Leonard Cohen

A Thousand Kisses Deep: The Songs of Leonard Cohen is the creative production of foothills promoter/musician Paul Emery. In 2011, the group assembled for three sold-out evenings at the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley and went on to perform at the Nevada Theatre, the 24th Street Theatre and the Crest Theatre in Sacramento.  The eight-piece band and six singers bring the instrumentation of Cohen’s most recent touring band with woodwinds, strings, guitars and keyboards and back-up singers.

www.1000kissesdeep.com



Troubadour Camp

Solo acts Mountain John Hilligoss, Moe Dixon and Peter Wilson first met in the late 1970s in southern Vermont while performing on the New England folk music circuit.  Over the years they’ve performed as duos and trios across the country.  In 2008 they spent a week in the mountains of Pennsylvania dusting off their musical partnership and writing songs.  That gathering has become an annual event – dubbed “Troubadour Camp” – and has generated a body of work that includes over 60 songs and an undetermined number of stories.

www.troubadourcamp.com

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