Neal Calvin Peterson

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Neal Calvin Peterson
Born (1980-05-13)May 13, 1980
Origin United States Bottineau, North Dakota
Years active 1998 – present
Associated acts Infinite Religions, Neal Peterson, Curious Yello
Website NealCalvinPeterson.com

Neal Calvin Peterson is a musician and artist.

Biography[edit]

Peterson was raised in Minot, North Dakota.[1] From 1999–2003, he played bass guitar in a band called Curious Yello. Curious Yello recorded one album titled "Wish" under the supervision of two-time Grammy-nominee, David Swenson.[2] In 2003, after Curious Yello disbanded, Peterson began performing and releasing music independently.[3][4][5][6][7] Peterson resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.[8][9][10]

Discography[edit]

Neal Calvin Peterson[edit]

  • 2013: Period

Infinite Religions[edit]

  • 2014: Mirrors
  • 2014: Duality

Neal Peterson[edit]

  • 2011: The Persistence of Tides
  • 2009: Chaos Theory, Explained (EP)
  • 2007: Riot in Luxury
  • 2003: Songs for the Whiskey Convention (Demos)

Curious Yello[edit]

  • 2009: XYZ: Rarities
  • 2001: Wish

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bieri, Chris. "Upward and Onward. Minot's Neal Peterson releases second CD, 'Riot in Luxury'," Minot Daily News, July 12, 2007, page C1.
  2. ^ Neal Calvin Peterson
  3. ^ Roepke, Dave. "Former F-M musician shines on second CD," Fargo Forum, May 15, 2007, page B1.
  4. ^ Schwartz, Randy. "Something new, something no so new and something slightly disturbing," High Plains Reader, October 23, 2003, page 16.
  5. ^ Lamb, John. "Local Spins," Fargo Forum, November 13, 2003, page B1.
  6. ^ Tijan, Sarah. "The Bride Stripped Bare," High Plains Reader, November 15, 2007
  7. ^ Budgeteer News
  8. ^ Neal Peterson
  9. ^ "Featured Artist: Neal Peterson," Weekly Reader, February 8, 2007
  10. ^ Streitz, Marsha. "Talk of the Town. Master's Degree Received." Minot Daily News, January 23, 2008, page B7.