In April 2013 I was in London and went to Evensong at Westminster Abbey, which reminded me of the last Royal Wedding that I and millions of others watched on TV. I’m not a monarchist but I’m a sucker for the old fairytales (you may have noticed I have written a lot of songs about fairytales). To me the idea of a prince marrying his princess and then having a royal baby conjures up images of Snowwhite, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and even Rumpelstiltskin. I am always overawed at the miracle of birth – every baby born is a miracle, but this one is a kind of fairytale miracle. So I’ve written this song for William and Kate. Hope they like it!
HEAR YE HEAR YE !!!!! I will be overseas in 2013 from April 19th - June 1st but you can contact me on email@example.com I'll be checking my emails regularly and will get back to you ASAP
My big project in 2012 was to compose, record and tour a new album. Well it happened! Quirky Berserky, the turkey from Turkey has been 'born' and taken on tour all around Australia. So he's a well travelled turkey! Remembering the 46 countries mentioned in the title song was a challenge at first - but I did it! QB has even appeared at a couple of weddings! Listen to the song and you'll find out why.......
If you'd rather buy any of my CDs and DVDS from a retailer (rather than via the 'shop' on this website) the most reliable is JB Hi-Fi. They have stores all over Australia. Other stores include WIndmill Educational in Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart and Launceston, Dillons Music in Norwood (SA) and ABC Shops. If you want to buy from an ABC Shop, ring first as they're often out of stock
Series of matinees and over 18s shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Out of the Square presents a series of concerts around Adelaide, including Marion, Pt Noarlunga, Angle Park, Golden Grove and Hilton. Peter will be talking about his career as a songwriter and illustrating it with music. The second half will be a fun romp through his most popular songs. With the Newspaper Mama Band. 2 hours including interval.
New show "There's a Bug in my Toffee Apple" in the Bosco Theatre, Garden of Unearthly Delights. 12.15 every saturday and sunday during the Fringe. Set within a cafe, Peter Combe will be performing all his classic hit food songs, including Toffee Apple, Spaghetti Bolognaise and Wash You Face in Orange Juice. With actors, waiters, dancers, audience interaction and even a Mini Master Chef contest!
New release - the classic collection of all Peter's DVDs in one boxed set - including some new footage of interviews, 2 new clips and the 2008 Live at Jive concert as well as the original Very Funny PC Video Show, Chopsticks and other clips, Little Groover, Absolutely Live concert and Christmas Under the Stars concert. Over 6 hours playing time. RRP $40 - from shops and online from Middle 8 Music.
Peter travelled to San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Washington, London, Edinburgh, Prague and Berlin. He performed at the Gloucester Three Choirs Festival and Cheltenham Greenbelt Festival in England.