Kevin Peters is a Country Music singer, songwriter and performer from Manitoba. You can catch Kevin Perform with 3 piece band, or solo, in many of the venues all across Western Canada. His selection of Traditional, neotraditional and originals music has proven to be a crowed pleaser from the foothills of Alberta, down to the hot heat of Mexico, through the Western prairies, and into Canada. Born and raised 10 minutes north of a little town Arborg Manitoba, Kevin grew up singing gospel at church every Sunday. The 7th of 8 children, Kevin has been instilled with a strong sense of Family. At the age of 14 Kevin recorded a gospel album with his brothers, and spent the next few years recording, performing, and touring with his own, and other family bands.
Kevin Peters released his debut album Basics of Love produced in part by Ryan Voth (The Bros Landreth, New Lightweights), in the summer 2017. It features 8 compositions written by Kevin Peters. Kevin, being a music instrumentalist, performed many of the instruments on the album. The album also features performances by Ryan Voth drums, Julian Bradford bass, William J. Western steel guitar, and Kevin Peters vocals. Kevin recorded a live record, Farmers Hall Recording Sessions, in the spring of 2018. It features 12 compositions written by Kevin Peters. The record features Eric Lemoine steel guitar (Little Miss Higgins), Patrick Alexandre upright bass (Little Miss Higgins), David Peters (Kevin?s brother) harmonies, and Kevin Peters acoustic and lead vocals.
Kevin Peters might be a new name to the Canadian Country landscape, but he brings a wealth of experience from years of paying his dues, and slugging it out on the road. From Honky Tonks to Rodeos, Theatres to Festival Stages. Kevin Peters is an old soul in a young mans body, doing music the way it should be done: from the heart.