Peter Gutteridge (born circa 1961) is a Dunedin, New Zealand, musician. Best known as a singer/songwriter/guitarist, he was originally a bassist, playing in several bands during the 1980s. Initially he was a member of The Clean, alongside Hamish and David Kilgour, whom Gutteridge had known from his schooldays.  He was a founding member of The Chills in 1980, staying with the band for only a few months. In 1982–83 he was a member of band The Cartilege Family, alongside Shayne Carter. He rejoined with The Clean's Kilgour brothers to form The Great Unwashed in 1983. Gutteridge later formed the band Snapper, with whom he performed from 1986. Other bands in which Gutteridge has been involved have included the Alpaca Brothers and The Puddle.
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