Peter Aristone Plays At Revelry Room Tuesday

Monday, February 12, 2018
Peter Aristone
Peter Aristone

Peter Aristone, a Slovakian singer and songwriter whose new EP, "Happiest Accidents," was released worldwide in October, follows sold-out West Coast performances with an East Coast performance at Revelry Room on Tuesday. Peter’s set will feature his acclaimed hits such as MTVU favorite “Gold,” alongside the debut of new tracks, including “Will I Be Waiting”.

Supporting Marc Broussard on his East Coast Tour, Peter will open the show.  Doors open at 7 p.m.

Review for Peter Aristone: 

Peter Aristone’s musical journey began when he picked up an acoustic six-string guitar at age 14 in post-communist Slovakia. After a steady rise to fame in Eastern Europe, he launched his debut album, "19 Days in Tetbury," with featured performances by Melanie C from Spice Girls and James Dean Bradfield from Manic Street Preachers. A U.K. tour performance caught the attention of songwriter Sacha Skarbek and their subsequent writing collaboration led to the creation of Peter’s sophomore release, "Gold", an album which resulted in top honors on MTVU and an extensive U.S. tour. Teaming up once more with Sacha and an array of world-class musicians, Peter proudly debuts the release of "Happiest Accidents," as well as a U.S. West Coast and East Coast tour. The Slovak artist looks forward to the biggest year in his music career. 



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