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FEATHER HOUSE is the musical home of Singer-Songwriter Pete Guy that brings his songwriting and musical collaborations all together under one roof. The debut double A side single featuring the songs Sunken Ship (held beneath the waves) and A Little Light is the shared musical journey with composer Vaughan Jones who wrote and performed the string arrangements for the tracks with his String Quartet.

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The Pete Guy / FEATHER HOUSE track Sunken Ship (held beneath the waves) was played on BBC 6 Music on the BBC Introducing Mixtape with Tom Robinson who said of the track “…It has a lyric every bit as mysterious as it’s title and it’s one that I personally found deeply affecting.”

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Bringing a blend of Folk/Country/Pop, Pete sings songs driven by thoughtful lyricism, creating a warm intimate sound as though he was set up and playing in the comfort of your living room.

Pete’s music has been released on the Folkstock Records label and he has appeared ‘Live in Session’ on both the Mike Naylor and Nick Coffer shows on BBC Three Counties Radio. Along with a live guest spot on Sarah Lowther‘s show on Radio Dacorum and a live session on the F Spot show on Blues and Roots Radio, Pete’s music has been filling the airwaves with plays on various radio stations.

Pete released his version of the song Silent Night on the Folkstock Records Christmas compilation album, The Christmas Present, which received a glowing recommendation in The Sunday Times newspaper.

Pete Guy with BBC Three Counties Radio presenter Mike Naylor

Pete Guy with BBC Three Counties Radio presenter Mike Naylor

His debut single Weathered the Storm was released on 8th February 2015 receiving it’s first BBC Radio play on the day of release on the Mike Naylor show on BBC Three Counties Radio, with a second airing the following week. Mike Naylor said of the song, “That will be going round your brain for the rest of the day I can tell you.” It was played on the Baylen Leonard show on Amazing Radio and was selected for the FATEA Showcase Session: Tides. It also featured on the covermount CD of the March/April 2015 edition of the R2 Rock’n'Reel Magazine with Editor Sean McGhee saying, “Pete Guy has the contemporary folk-pop sound down to a tee.” The song was also included in the Brian Player’s Acoustic Cafe Radio Show Best of 2015 so far Top Twenty.

A second single and EP entitled Houdini was released on 1st May 2015. Mike Naylor at BBC Three Counties Radio played three of the EP tracks on his breakfast show, Houdini, Feather House and Weathered the Storm with the EP being chosen as the ‘Record of the Week’ on both of Paul Andrew Mansell‘s shows, The Magic Bus and The World Folk Show on Marlow FM.

Pete Guy displaying the Houdini EP with Mike Naylor at BBC Three Counties Radio

Pete Guy displaying the Houdini EP with Mike Naylor at BBC Three Counties Radio

The single Houdini was also played on Amazing Radio on Baylen Leonard‘s show The Front Porch with Baylen saying of the song, “A little bit of magic for you, it’s Pete Guy…”

On 6th July 2015 Pete released another single through Folkstock Records entitled BREATHE, which is also the title track from his self released album that received a *** (3 STAR rating) and review from R2 Rock’n'Reel Magazine. Mike Naylor at BBC Three Counties Radio played the single and said “Isn’t that great!” The single has also picked up airplay on various other radio stations along with other tracks from the album.

Pete Guy diplaying the BREATHE album with Mike Naylor at BBC Three Counties Radio

Pete Guy diplaying the BREATHE album with Mike Naylor at BBC Three Counties Radio

In December 2015 the Pete Guy song Houdini featured in the Brian Player Best of 2015 radio show.

On 22nd October 2016 Pete released the MoNsTeRs In YoUr HeAd EP. Mike Naylor interviewed Pete for BBC Three Counties Radio and played two of the EP tracks, MoNsTeRs In YoUr HeAd and LiFt ThE LiD on his show the following week. Mike Naylor said it’s… “A very confident sounding EP.” The EP also picked up this review by Tony Birch writing for FATEA Magazine.

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Pete has been playing shows up and down the UK which have included supporting Scottish singer-songwriter Yvonne Lyon and Tom Hingley (Inspiral Carpets).

This is a full listing of the many radio stations that have been playing Pete’s music:

BBC 6 Music on the BBC Introducing Mixtape with Tom Robinson

BBC Three Counties Radio on the Mike Naylor show

Amazing Radio on The Front Porch show with Baylen Leonard

Live in Session on The F Spot with Daria Kulesh on Blues and Roots Radio

Live in Session on the Sarah Lowther show on Radio Dacorum

Blues and Roots Radio on Along The Tracks with Neil King

Pure Radio 107.8FM on the Sonic Bandwagon show with Mike Ainscoe

Felixstowe Radio 107.5FM on the Roots and Shoots show with Roger Pettit

Blues and Roots Radio OZ on the New Horizon show with Neil Mitchell

Cuillin FM on the Strange Brew show with Steve Clarke

Trent Sound on the A World Of Difference show with Roger Williams

Cambridge 105 FM on the Mark Hickford show

Dapper FM on the Acoustic Routes show with Dave Chamberlain

West Norfolk Radio on the Folkspot show with Jane Clayton

MarlowFM on both the Magic Bus show and The World Folk Show with Paul Andrew Mansell

KA Radio on the Lochlann Green show

Brian Player’s Acoustic Cafe Radio Show on: UK Health Radio, Coastal FM, Radio Bicester, Blues and Roots Radio, East London Radio, and Liverpool Community Radio

Frome FM on the Homely Remedies show with Alex Hawkins

The Soft Rock and Acoustic Show with Clive Southerton on Triangle Radio

Croydon Radio on the Andrew Chatterton show

Triangle Radio on the Chris Arscott Folk and Acoustic Show

Band of Badgers Presents with Robb Powell

Stafford FM on the Gary Hazlehurst show

Radio Wimborne on the Chris Bowden show

Longside Radio on the Leigh Robinson show

The Middle Eight show on CRMK Radio

Pete Guy and Krystal Woodbridge with Nick Coffer at BBC Three Counties radio

Pete Guy and Krystal Woodbridge with Nick Coffer at BBC Three Counties Radio

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