About Pete Wall
Pete Wall saxophones, flute, tin whistles
A fixture on the Colorado jam band music scene, Pete Wall has been playing saxophone for over 20 years. Pete’s playing is deeply rooted in funk, jazz, electronica, and most recently, bluegrass. Pete is currently playing with the bluegrass outfit WhiteWater Ramble, but can also be found playing with members of Particle, Banyan and Leftover Salmon. His other groups Textiles and Vitaphone can be seen all over the Front Range area. Pete has played with a myriad of folks including Banyan, Willie Waldman, Eric Gould & Steve Molitz (Particle), Josh Clark (TLG), P’Nut Daniels, Fred Thomas (James Brown), Steve Adams (ALO), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction), Ivy, Jamie Janover (Zilla), Bill McKay (Leftover), Ross Martin, Rob Wasserman, George Porter Jr (Funky Meters), Erik Deustch (Charlie Hunter), Victor Barnes, Damon Wood (James Brown), Dave Watts and Garret Sayers (The Motet), and the like. He has also shared the stage with jazz giants such as Joshua Redman, Herbie Hancock, Henry Butler, Steve Ellington and Dave Liebman. A journeyman able to fit in to any situation, he has been featured on over nine studio album releases and has been lauded in publications nationwide. He seems to pop up at national festivals all the time so keep an eye out.
The setlist for the second night of Phish Riviera Maya in Mexico featured another substantial bust out in the first set and a second half packed with a pair of big jams, old-school staples and more.
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The JamBase Podcast Episode 31 features a “Musical Mentors” interview with Cory Wong as well as The Rundown review of recent news items.
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