Pete Marshall is a multi instrumentalist and drummer and with extensive performing and recording experience.
For the past decade he has been the sole touring and recording drummer for Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, recording multiple albums and singles including the Number 1 album Manchester Calling.
Pete has played with Liam Frost, Stephen Fretwell, The Courteeners, Jesca Hoop, Thea Gilmore, Badly Drawn Boy, Karima Francis, Tom Hingley (Inspiral Carpets), Lucy and the Caterpillar and as part of ensembles with Nadine Shah, Charlotte Church, Jane Weaver, Simon Aldred (Cherry Ghost) Alfie, The Earlies, The Crimea and The Pipettes.
Pete has performed at many festivals including Glastonbury Festivals, Latitude, V Festival, Leeds and Reading, Festival No.6, Green Man, SXSW and the Manchester International Festival. He has toured the UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe as well as venues and festivals in the US.
Pete has performed on numerous radio shows including the Chris Evan's Breakfast Show and Ken Bruce on Radio 2, Live Lounge with Jo Whiley on Radio 1 and live sessions on Radio6 Music.
Pete's television experience includes Later with Jools Holland, the BBC’s coverage of Glastonbury, The One Show, Live at the Palladium, Aled Jones’ Weekend, Sunday Brunch and Celebrity Pointless.
BDC Lounge in Kensington Crown
Bluebird snare - main live/recording
Big softy studio snare