- Genre - Indie Folk - Singer-Songwriter
- Management - Independent
- Business Inquiries - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Location - San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
- Willing to Travel - Yes
Peter N. Knight is an American indie folk, singer-songwriter. A multi-instrumentalist with a modern indie sound that exemplifies his eclectic style - spanning from soulful ballads to addictive pop tunes. Through the expressive lyrics of his own life’s experiences, he is able to capture life’s moments and inspire his audience.
"We all hail from somewhere - events and people that all contribute to who we are today. I grew up in New York City, later moved to Rochester, NY where I blossomed into a young adult -- unbeknowgnst to me, life has it, can be filled with all things good, bad, horribly hurtfully ugly, and just downright gorgeously beautiful.
I really don't think I've had a chance to process all of this yet - or even make sense of things. It's my hopes that writing the songs and producing this album will help me do just that." - Peter
Album to be released in late 2023.
“This is another must listen from the singer-songwriter Peter N. Knight – a neo mellow artist located in the San Francisco Bay Area in California. Peter grew up in New York City and while he was just a young latchkey kid, he was left to his own devices with his older sister while their parents were both hard at work ... This is Peter’s ode to that time as he cleverly intertwined his own songwriting with “Memory” exhibiting a reminiscent nostalgic quality.” - Buddy Nelson
“If you are a fan of artists such as Coldplay, Francis Moon, John Mayer, and Matt Nathanson, you will have no trouble connecting with Peter N. Knight’s hard-hitting music vision, especially for Henry Street. This new release is a straight-on example of how the artist is always willing to be direct, outspoken, and take chances with his music, letting his flow and personality shine... This is an excellent example of making modern indie-folk music with a very earnest yet catchy sound” - The Bandcamp Diaries