UK Mainland orders placed by the 18th of December will ship in time for Christmas.
If you're in Tyneside and would rather buy the CD in person there are copies available at Hound Dog Music, Park View, Whitley Bay and The Boatyard Cafe, John Street, Cullercoats. CDs are £10 and payment is cash only.
Pete Scott was a singer-songwriter from Newcastle upon Tyne.
Pete released many albums throughout his career, including "Don't Panic" and "Jimmy the Moonlight" on Rubber Records in the 1970s and, more recently, the self-released albums "Why Sing Goodbye Songs", "Songs to Sing & Jokes to Tell", and "Sweet Dreams of Contentment"
His records were played on the John Peel show and he toured extensively all around the UK, appearing with the likes of Lindisfarne and performing on the Jake Thackray TV show.
Best known for his song
Pete left behind a wealth of unreleased material when he died, which his family are working to make available to his loyal fans both locally and around the world. This project started in December 2023 with the release of an album of previously unreleased material called "Brand New Smile". Click here to buy the album which is available now.
Check back here for updates on upcoming releases or follow Pete Scott on Bandcamp to be notified when new material and new formats are made available.
"Why sing goodbye songs when we could be saying hello?"
Click on an album cover to listen to tracks and view options to purchase. Pete's two albums from the 1970s, Don't Panic and Jimmy the Moonlight, are currently only available secondhand on vinyl. We are hoping to make them more widely available soon. UK Mainland orders placed by the 18th of December will ship in time for Christmas.