About Peter Daily
Los Angeles, CA
Peter Daily is a singer/songwriter whose home base is in Los Angeles, though his roots lay deep in the heart of Texas. Peter Daily comes from a musical family, and was particularly influenced by his father, who sang in a gospel group out of Dallas in the 1970's. Peter spent much of his childhood on the group's tour bus. Daily inherited his father's knack for performance early on; he began singing in front of crowds when he was 4 years old, and soon after, he got his first drum kit. When he was 10 years old, Peter put together a band with his cousin and they performed at talent shows, school assemblies, coffee shops and open mics.
During his teenage years, Peter Daily began teaching himself to play the piano, and eventually picked up lessons from a blind pianist who left a permanent mark on Peter's musical path. While Daily was playing drums in his brother's hip-hop band he met LA based artist Pigeon John and began drumming for him in 2004 vigorously touring North America sharing the stage with the likes of Matisyahu, Of Montreal, Mike Patton & Peeping Tom, The Polyphonic Spree, Shiny Toy Guns and MF Doom to name a few.
On his latest effort (The 9th Street Sessions) Peter turned to friend and bandmate Darius Minaee as a creative partner as well as recruiting Pigeon John for the song "Bright Lights" remix version. Peter Daily's debut record "Who is Peter Daily?" released digitally via iTunes and all digital markets on Janurary 15, 2008 featuring former Cibo Matto member Miho Hatori.