Peters & Peters

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Peters & Peters
Origin Detroit, Michigan, United States
Genres Alternative rock, pop, pop rock, hard rock, electropop, dance, rock, country, hip hop
Occupation(s) Record producers, songwriters, musicians, recording engineer
Years active 1998–present
Members Chris Peters
Drew Peters

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,[1] Kid Rock ,[2] Ted Nugent,[3] Australian artists Holly Valance[4] and Sarah McLeod,[5] Canadian Idol finalist Tara Oram,[6] Chinese actress and Super Girl winner Li Yuchun,[7] and the British pop group Girls Aloud,[8] who have sold 10 million albums worldwide.[9]

"Don't Lie," a Grammy nominated song they wrote with The Black Eyed Peas, was a top 10 hit in many countries.[10][11]

Chris Peters also played bass for the Electric Six under the name John R. Dequindre. Peters & Peters produced two albums for the Electric Six, Senor Smoke and Switzerland.[12]

Chris is working on projects with soul singer Laura Lee and Motown guitarist Dennis Coffey.[13]

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