Peters & Peters
|Peters & Peters|
|Origin||Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Genres||Alternative rock, pop, pop rock, hard rock, electropop, dance, rock, country, hip hop|
|Occupations||Record producers, songwriters, musicians, recording engineer|
Peters & Peters is the professional name for Detroit area producers, songwriters and brothers Chris Peters and Drew Peters. They have collectively and individually written with or produced acts like The Black Eyed Peas, Kid Rock , Ted Nugent, Australian artists Holly Valance and Sarah McLeod, Canadian Idol finalist Tara Oram, Chinese actress and Super Girl winner Li Yuchun, and the British pop group Girls Aloud, who have sold 10 million albums worldwide.
- The Black Eyed Peas - Monkey Business (songwriting)
- Kid Rock - The History of Rock (songwriting)
- Girls Aloud - Sound of the Underground (songwriting, production)
- Holly Valance - State of Mind (songwriting, production)
- Li Yuchun - Chris Lee / (李宇春) (songwriting)
- Sarah McLeod - Beauty Was A Tiger (songwriting, production)
- Ted Nugent - Full Bluntal Nugity (production)
- Ted Nugent - Craveman (production)
- Brian Melo - Livin' It (songwriting)
- Aloha - Sugar (production)
- Aloha - That's Your Fire (production)
- One Be Lo - S.O.N.O.G.R.A.M. (engineering)
- Electric Six - Senor Smoke (songwriting, production)
- Electric Six - Switzerland (songwriting, production)
- "ASCAP ACE "Don't Lie"".
- "ASCAP ACE "Prodigal Son"".
- "Billboard Album Feed".
- "Discogs Holly Valance State of Mind".
- "Music Australia - Beauty Was A Tiger".
- "All Music "Call You When I Get There"".
- "Li Yuchun's Lyrics & Translation: Deserved It".
- "All Music "All I Need All I Don't"".
- "BBC Music Girls Aloud Biography".
- "Top 40 Charts Black Eyed Peas Don't Lie".
- Tecson, Brandee. "Black Eyed Peas Unveil Dates For Headlining Trek, Tap Pussycat Dolls As Openers". MTV.
- Wagel, Ray (September). "Clocked In: Don't You Want to Know How They Keep Starting Fires?". Ann Arbor Paper. Archived from the original on 2006-12-07. Retrieved 2006-12-31.
- Wang, Oliver (March 15, 2010). "Checking In With Chris Peters".