With a voice that really suits these classic songs and arrangements, the result is a fantastic and varied selection of some of the finest songs of the 50's, 60's and 70's. New Vintage features refreshingly, ultra-cool make overs of Scott Walker's 'Joanna', and Barry White's 'You're The First, My Last, My Everything', as well as movie classics such as 'On Days Like These' (The Italian Job), 'Spooky' (Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) and 'Windmills Of Your Mind' (Thomas Crown Affair). Universal 2006.
2007 eagerly awaited sophomore album, a big move on from his debut and includes a lot of original material as well as his interpretations of the classics. The lead single 'Traditional' for a Jazz number, is anything but, taking the genre by the horns and bringing it abruptly into 2007, whilst keeping it so very youthful and alive. Other key tracks include 'You're Worth It', and a treatment of Nancy Wilson's 'How Glad I Am' which is absolutely beguiling and features the striking vocals of Belle Erskine. UMTV.
Self titled Album “Peter Grant” is Peter Grants first album of completely original records. Co produced by Peter with Andy Wright and Gavin Goldberg. Released in 2012 the first single “Too Close” was to be play listed on BBC radio 2. “Peter Grant” is much more contemporary than Peter’s previous recordings yet still packed with interesting and full arrangements again returning to Abbey road for glossy strings. This album shows versatility in style and the vocal ability that Peter can bring.
Peter Grants recording career began at 17 years old when he was signed to Universal Records. Since, Peter has recorded three commercially released albums. Achieveing a Top Ten Album and a Gold selling record.
Previews of each Album are below. The Albums can be digitally purchased via the iTunes links or physically purchased via the Peter Grant Store.