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“The Counting of Nothing” has been a labor of love for the last few months. I recorded it mostly alone in my home studio (with tremendous input from Mike Ensign). The songs seem a bit more autobiographical to me than on other albums.  “Four Thousand Days of Quiet” is about my meandering music career. There is also a four-song narrative in the middle of the record that was originally meant to take up the entire album. It is the story of a boy who leaves his home to find the music he hears in his head - music the natural world hears and moves to, but which people around the boy cannot hear. The sequence begins with “The Boy Who Could Hear Music” (leaving home), continues with “Cinema Day” (sleeping under a tree that protects the boy), moves to “Calling Off The Search” (almost giving up), and wraps up with “There’s A Hole In The Ocean Floor” (finding other people on a similar search). The story doesn’t resolve itself on this album, but I wanted to include at least a fragment of it here and am looking forward to developing a way to tell the whole story through live performance. I’m grateful for the warm feedback I have already received for this album and am excited (and nervous) to send it out into the big world.  You can purchase the album (both download and CD) on the "PURCHASE MUSIC" page on this site, as well as on iTunes and other online stores.

“The Counting of Nothing” has been a labor of love for the last few months. I recorded it mostly alone in my home studio (with tremendous input from Mike Ensign). The songs seem a bit more autobiographical to me than on other albums. “Four Thousand Days of Quiet” is about my meandering music career. There is also a four-song narrative in the middle of the record that was originally meant to take up the entire album. It is the story of a boy who leaves his home to find the music he hears in his head - music the natural world hears and moves to, but which people around the boy cannot hear. The sequence begins with “The Boy Who Could Hear Music” (leaving home), continues with “Cinema Day” (sleeping under a tree that protects the boy), moves to “Calling Off The Search” (almost giving up), and wraps up with “There’s A Hole In The Ocean Floor” (finding other people on a similar search). The story doesn’t resolve itself on this album, but I wanted to include at least a fragment of it here and am looking forward to developing a way to tell the whole story through live performance. I’m grateful for the warm feedback I have already received for this album and am excited (and nervous) to send it out into the big world. You can purchase the album (both download and CD) on the "PURCHASE MUSIC" page on this site, as well as on iTunes and other online stores.

CHRISTMAS 2018

The Christmas shows came and went like a whirlwind this year. Between releasing the new album, losing my voice (three times in December), and Christmas Day, we were somehow able to squeeze in three packed shows at Salt Lake's beautiful Rose Wagner Theater on Dec. 21/22. It was a great way to announce the new album and all three shows went beautifully (despite my struggling voice). Photo Cred: Benjamin Lowry.

Sandy Concert Re-cap

On Sept. 8, Peter and band returned to the Sandy Amphitheater for their 13th performance there since it's opening in 2000. It was a beautiful night.  David Tolk was there, the day after he released his 14th studio album (which was trending at #1  Amazon for New Age Music). We also had performances by Nancy Hanson as well as some original Big Paraders. The crowd danced, sang along, and called for three encore songs, including a totally solo "What About" at the very end. Enjoy this photo (courtesy of Dani Childers), videos (James Gessel/Robin Saville), and the set list from that night below.

SET LIST: Pictures, Long Way To Run, When August Comes, People Moving Slowly, Songs About The Great Divide, Dancing Queen (with Nancy Hanson), Rocket Man (with Nancy Hanson), A Time For Peace (David Tolk), Queen Ole, India's A Love Song, Everything Will Be Alright, Turn The Other Way, A Day's Gone By, For Becca In England, You Wear Flowers, Heartland, Jens Peter Larsen, Tilting The Windmills, Old Paint, Jerusalem, Birken Street (encore), Landslide (with Nancy Hanson)(encore), What About (encore)

WINTER/SPRING 2018

Peter and his family spent the Winter/Spring of 2018 in Ecuador. Here are some videos of their travels (including new songs Peter recorded while in South America). You can find more videos on the TRAVEL page of this site.

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