2015-present :: Jung Yong Hwa ‘One Fine Day’, FNC Entertainment, Cube Music Publishing, Livingmore, Jung Yup with Lisa Ono ‘Merry Go Round’, Kill My Coquette, more announcements soon!
2014: Livingmore, Valerie Winters, Truce, Eden Abaz, Sharzad Sepanlou, Ruby Friedman Orchestra, Sophie Serafino
2012- 2013 ::Volagio, Julie Christensen, Belle Grove, Spencer Livingston, JOHNA, The Risin Sun, Mickey Meyers, Valerie Winters, Jeff Turmes, Gerry Basserman, Jeffrey Lee Pierce/The Gun Club tribute, more Daphne Willis, more Courtney Jones.
2009 to 2011 :: Production includes: Daphne Willis, Courtney Jones, The Alternates, Sophie Serafino, East Meets Blues, The Bentleys, The Traditionist, The Shivers, Jason Diaz, Marcus Very Ordinary, The Alternates
2009-Present: Owner/Producer/Mix Engineer The Pie & Tart Shop, Studio City, CA
2009 to 2010 Senior Producer/Engineer Kingsize Soundlabs, Eagle Rock, CA
2003 – New York City album is released, featuring Norah Jones. Recorded and released “Chance and Circumstance” for Koch Records featuring Norah Jones, Jess Klein, Antje Duvekot, Mercy Malick, and Kirstin Profitt.
2000 – Turning to record production, recorded the tracks that would become the “New York City” album, Peter Malick Band featuring then unknown singer Norah Jones.
1999 – Recorded “Sons of the Jet Age” collaboration with Detroit soul singer turned Pentecostal preacher Amyl Justin.
1998 – First solo release “Wrong Side of My Life” produced by Tom Hambridge
1972-1975 – Guitarist for The James Montgomery Band. Two albums for Capricorn Records, “First Time Out” and “High Roller” produced by Tom Dowd.
Toured with and opened for Allman Brothers Band, Aerosmith, Bruce Springstein,ELO, Humble Pie, KISS, Steve Miller, Bonnie Raitt, Edgar Winter, Foghat, Peter Frampton.
1970-1971 – Joined the Boston company of the musical Hair as guitarist. Toured US & Canada as Conductor/Guitarist.
1969 – Started backing blues artists: John Lee Hooker, Big Mama Thornton, Luther ‘Snake’ Johnson, Otis Spann, Lowell Fulsom, Chuck Berry, Freddy King, Doug Kershaw, Sam Lay,
Recorded “The Everlasting Blues vs Otis Spann” for Spivey Records.
Played the first Chicago Blues Festival in Grant Park with Otis Spann, Sam Lay, Paul Asbell, and Jeff Carp.
Lived at Otis Spann’s apartment on 4311 Greenwood, South Side. Played with Earl Hooker, Junior Wells, Muddy Waters, John Brimm, Johnny Young, SP Leary, Hubert Sumlin, Buddy Guy,
1968 – Joined Listening. Recorded “Listening” for Vanguard Records.
Opened for Jefferson Airplane, Ten Years After, Sly and the Family Stone, The Electric Flag (Buddy Miles).