2002. Pete Sears “The Long Haul” is released in Germany and other European countries by “Altrichter-Music” at Oher Weg 9, 29355 Beedenbostel. I thank Hans-Werner Altrichter for releasing my CD in Europe. www.altrichter-music.de
Tag Archive: Bobby Vega
2001. Morty Wiggins puts out my album “The Long Haul” on Tower Records label…33rd St Records.
2001. Pete Sears & the Dawn Patrol” logo. I designed it and came up with the name “Dawn Patrol” because of my love of old open cock-pit bi-planes (not war). The “Dawn Patrol” was made up of planes like the famous Sopwith Camel during WW1 in Europe, where they would fly across enemy lines at […]
2001. “Pete Sears & the Dawn Patrol” back up our close friend “Francis Clay” who was drummer with “The Muddy Waters Band” and many other blues greats. Francis had become a poet of some renown, and had recited a p he wrote called “Mississippi” on my “The Long Haul” album. I had asked him to […]
2001. “Pete Sears & the Dawn Patrol” I formed a band to promote my “Long Haul” album. The great Davey Pattison (Robin Trower Band) on rhythm guitar & lead vocals, Rich Kirch (John Lee Hooker) on lead guitar, Ernest Carter (Bruce Springsteen) on drums. Bass, David Hayes (Van Morrison) or Bobby Vega (Sly & the […]
2000. October 28th. SKB. “Steve Kimock Band”. Pete Sears on keyboards. Halloween Hootenany. The Resort at the Mountain. One of several versions of the SKB band I worked with. Steve Kimock on guitar. Bobby Vega played bass. I played keyboards. Sometimes Prairie Prince played drums. Sometimes Jim Sanchez, and sometimes Alan Hertz. — with Steve […]
2000. Pete Sears “The Long Haul”. My second solo project. As before I brought down many musical friends to the studio, including John Lee Hooker, Wavy Gravy”, Maria Muldaur”, “Davy Pattison”, “Shana Morrison”, “Steve Kimock”, “Levon Helm”, “Jorma Kaukonen”, “Nick Gravenites”, “Mark Naftalin”, “David Grisman”, “Michael Falzarano”, “Charlie Musselwhite”, “Mal Sharpe”, “Clint Baker”, “Alvin Youngblood […]
1997. Bobby Vega “Down The Road” This album features some of the most beautiful bass work I’ve ever heard. Bobby’s a true master of his instrument. I played accordion as a guest on the track “Until Then”…Steve Kimock also played on the same tune. — with Bobby Vega and Steve Kimock.
1994. Zero & guests. “Chance in a Million”. We recorded this album at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. I played keyboards all night with various guest keyboardists joining in, including Vince Wellnick and Nicky Hopkins. I have a review written by famed Jazz critic Phil Elwood for the San Francisco Examiner saying […]
1980 Marcus David “Greatest Hits” I played piano. Album also included: Sean Hopper, Bobby Vega, Huey Lewis, Tom Johnston and many others. Produced by Roger Troy and Marcus David.I played piano. Album also included: Sean Hopper, Bobby Vega, Huey Lewis, Tom Johnston and many others. Produced by Roger Troy and Marcus David.