LOS ANGELES, California, US
Artist / Band / Musician
Psychedelic / Folk Rock / Jungle
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What people are saying about Sleepy John: "Peter Case has always been one of my absolute favorite songwriters but his new, intimate and honest CD should make him one of everyone's favorite songwriters. Its mix of folk, blues, love, humor, tragedy, morality and compassion make Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John a very welcome survival guide for these crazy times we live in." - Dave Alvin (The Blasters, X, The Knitters) 3.5 / 4 stars - Mikael Wood, L.A. TimesOne of best new releases of 2007 - Andy Whitman, PasteWatch two new videosAfter Hours on Pico Blvd, guerilla style video of Case busking down Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles. The video was shot by Case's long time friend and acclaimed multimedia artist The Dark Bob."Just Hangin' On" photo montageListen to Sleepy JohnStream the full albumSend an e-card for "a href="http://www.yeproc.com/upload/media/view_media.php?id=435">Million Dollars Bail," "Underneath the Stars," and "I'm Gonna Change My Ways" to a friend! See Peter CasePeter will be on two San Francisco Bay area radio stations on August 16, KFOG at 7:45am and KPFA at 8pm. He will also be making an appearance at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Decatur Book Festival (decaturbookfestival.com) on September 2 to promote his novel As Far As You Can Get Without A Passport, which Winona Ryder name checked in a recent issue of Vogue. Peter will do a reading at 3:45pm at Eddie's Attic and play later that night at the same location. Check for a show in your area at yeproc.com.
CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO OF PETER CASE IN THE STREETS OF SANTA MONICA SHOT BY NONE OTHER THAN THE DARK BOB!
"AS FAR AS YOU CAN GET WITHOUT A PASSPORT"
My book is out now. It's a memoir of my first month in California, when I was a teenager, playing music and living on the street, and having various adventures with fugitives, rounders, guardian angels, and other mad characters of the early 70's. This period was the last gasp of the sixties, and the time of the conception of the new punk culture. Some people have compared it to Dylan's Chronicles, but really, it's the anti-chronicles: Dylan went East and made it to the top, I came West and went straight to the bottom. John Doe has written an introduction to the book, which is the first part of a work in progress, and is published by everthemore books in Atlanta.
The book is available atwww.acappellabooks.com I hope you'll check it out, and if you've enjoyed the blogs at myspace/petercase or at petercase.com, I think you'll be interested in this, and hope you'll support it.
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