EPISODE 2: GREG PETERSON
Greg Peterson is what we call a genre-shifter, a genre-spanner, stretching his songwriting, singing, and multi-instrumental talents from the death metal of Batillus to the crafty extravaganza of The Scene Is Now to a series of solo releases. Here he plays the Nada Surf hit that he wrote and a new tune before Chris takes his bandmate to task for the witticisms on his blog.
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A song is a song is a song is a Greg Peterson.
She writes. She writes songs. She writes hooks. She plays guitar. She loops. She juggles (probably). She starts record labels (definitely).
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The harp. The voice. Environmental guitar.
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Modal rocker major-minor harmonizer song singer writer. "Debby Schwartz has hands like Bert Jansch and a voice like the autumn moon."
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