Born on the south coast, Pete was naturally drawn to an instrument capable of sounding like a foghorn.
Occasionally producing some audible notes on a saxophone which some may blasphemously call a 'compensation' (something which Pete will (unfortunately) only too happily prove wrong backstage), this man is our baritone saxophone player. The sound technician can often be heard complaining that Pete is playing 'too loud' and will break his microphones, but sadly these complaints fall on (literally) deaf ears.
Pete will always be happy to give you a blast in the face with his massive horn, perhaps even letting you have a blow yourself if you are lucky.
What people say ...
An enormous thank you again to the Loose Cannons who, by popular demand, were invited back for the second year for the Churston Ferrers Grammar School 'Grand Night Out'.
Your return appearance was again a huge success and made for an evening which truly lived up to its name. The fact that you fill the dance floor from the start to the finish of an evening (and leave the guests demanding a return to the stage at the end) is a measure of the way in which you really engage with the audience, the range of music that you include, but above all, the quality of your performance.
Great musicians, great entertainers, a great band which I can thoroughly recommend if you are organising an event.
Thank you to you all for a thoroughly enjoyable event and for your help with our fund raising.
Sue Gunn-Johnson (Deputy Head) CFGS from Churston Ferrers, Devon