Peter Eldridge belongs in the celebrated tradition of melodic poets, most famously represented by such disparate voices as Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, and Steely Dan -- singer/songwriters who write catchy, beautiful tunes with insightful lyrics that are both personal and universal. These are some of Eldridge's major influences, but by adding his own brand of wry, gentle humor and a strong jazz sensibility, he creates music that's difficult to file under any one genre. Combining elements of jazz, pop, R&B, rock, soul, and Latin music, his style flows from the message and mood of any individual song, although his harmonic signatures remain unique and readily identifiable. An accomplished keyboardist, arranger, and producer, Eldridge has been on the jazz vocal faculty of the Manhattan School of Music since 1993, ...
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Album Highlights

Mad Heaven 2011 Mad Heaven
Fool No More 2000 Fool No More
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