Hey, check this out! I created the theme song and perform music for the new podcast Stream of Consciousness Talk Radio Theatre. Each week, host Charles Bursell attempts an earnest issues-oriented discussion only to have it hijacked by the “thoughts in his head” (as portrayed by a brilliant cast of comedy improvisers). Also, my song Julliane is the theme for Bursell’s Conversations series. Hear all of the shows here.
Now is the time to firm up your 2018 entertainment bookings – and last minute 2017 Holiday events. Call or email now to ensure your calendar date. Suitable for all venues, public or private. I’ve got a large repertoire of songs to fit any occasion or audience. A few 2017 Fall dates also available – just ask 🙂
Peter’s albums are available on iTunes.
“The Colors I See”: Eight original songs, including The Biggest Lie of All, Green Green Bay (an ode to the Green Bay Packers), and the title track The Colors I See. Plus three surprising covers.
“Small Town Christmas”: Peter’s unique take on Holiday classics plus three original songs for the season, Wisconsin White, An Agnostic Christmas, and the title track, Small Town Christmas.
THE COLORS I SEE
The Colors I See
A Selfish Thing
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
A Room Somewhere
Down To The River
America The Beautiful
Biggest Lie Of All
Can’t Find The Time
Green Green Bay
SMALL TOWN CHRISTMAS
Angels We Have Heard On High
What Child Is This
Small Town Christmas
Auld Lang Syne
An Agnostic Christmas
Deck The Halls
Peter performs every Saturday night at Cornerstone Restaurant in Genesee Depot. Owner Judy Knoernschild has created a beautiful bistro with an amazing variety of fabulous food, an extensive wine list, homemade desserts, and great service in a warm and relaxing atmosphere. Judy, her staff, and her clientele are always friendly and fun to be around. Peter provides his acoustic-eclectic brand of classic pop, Americana, and jazz standards from 6-9pm. Hope to see you there. Be sure to say hello. Visit: www.cornerstonegeneseedepot.com
The First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee will feature a special Beatles-themed offering on Sunday, April 28. I will join the inimitable Jack Forbes Wilson to provide the music for both services, at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. Of course, this is right up my ally – the acoustic all-Beatles sing-along (at Traders in Delafield) was a be a big hit back in November, and even bigger on its repeat performance last month.
The Beatles Sing-along has since been booked for private parties. Nice idea, right? Theater/club owners, managers and bookers, give me a ring and lets do this at your venue – I’ve been amazed at the turnout and the great response. Really fun.
In the mean time, see you at First Unitarian Milwaukee, Sunday April 28 at 9am and 11am.
Milwaukee’s East Side is the coolest — come on out and see the TRIO’s first Milwaukee appearance! Along with Mike Helgesen on percussion and Bill Lambrecht on bass, we’ve got some great music for you, including songs from the new CD. We’ll start up about 9pm. Y-Not III is at 1854 East Kenilworth Place, right down the street from Beans and Barley and right around the corner from The Oriental. See ya!
Next time we open up the songbook and take your requests for an eclectic mix of original tunes, classic pop, folk, and great American standards. Music starts at 6pm at Milwaukee Street Traders in Delafield, WI. See the calendar page (www.peterdonaldsmusic.com) for links and directions. And browse the song lists to find your favorite requests. Thanks so much to Dave and all the folks at Traders for hosting our shows twice a month.
A special evening dedicated to the great American music I first discovered in my mom’s piano bench. You’ll hear my own acoustic take on classics from the 30’s-50’s (give or take a decade) by George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Burt Bacharach… Songs made famous by the likes of Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole… I love singing these songs, I hope you’ll stop by: Milwaukee Street Traders, 523 Milwaukee Street, Delafield, WI. 6pm-8pm.