Peter Grant is considered one of the UK’s finest Male vocalist.
Singing from a young age Peter was influenced by the greats, Frank Sinatra, Matt Monro, Harry Connick to name a few. Peter’s voice is drenched with classic tone sitting perfectly in the Big Band, Jazz, Swing genre yet his voice reaches out combining his old soul with many musical styles, putting a new stamp on the word Crooner.
Cutting his teeth through his teens Peter performed at every type of gig you can think of. Hours of dedication & beating on his craft found him travelling the UK performing with Big Bands where he further developed and found his own sound. Leaving school at 16 was an easy decision to make for a young crooner devoted to his music, with a body of tone and good grounding Peter was ready!
By 17 Peter was signed to Universal Records and has since recorded three commercially released studio Albums achieving a Top Ten Album and Gold selling record. The success of his recording career has brought multiple TV appearances naming a few, Loose Women, This Morning, GMTV, Alan Titchmarsh and several national Radio tours making Pete a firm favourite at the BBC. Album sales heading towards 200,000.
Theatre tours, Sell out runs at Ronnie Scotts, Multiple Grand Prix parties, Peter has been seen live at some of the coolest and prestigious evenings. Peter has been invited to perform at such events like BBC’s Children in need, Friday night is Music night, Don Black’s 70th Birthday celebration and audiences around the globe have enjoyed Peter’s music from Royalty to Celebrities like Jamiroquai, Janet Jackson, Joss Stone……..
This is a career that is full of experience and Peter is now a fully developed performing and recording Artist. His concert packed with energy and completely original arrangements this is not your average Swing singer, this is a real crooner. In the near future Peter will be returning with his fourth studio album. Inspired by his worldly travels who know what to expect? “It will be as organic as romance will allow me to be” - Peter Grant.