|Born||November 19, 1982|
|Origin||Portland, Maine, U.S.|
|Genres||Pop rock, alternative rock, adult contemporary music|
|Associated acts||Pete Kilpatrick Band|
Pete Kilpatrick (born November 19, 1982) is an independent American singer-songwriter, who has released seven records with the Pete Kilpatrick Band. Kilpatrick's work is a blend of folk and pop rock music, and he has been named Maine’s Best Act and Best Vocalist four times in the Portland Best Music Awards. Pete has performed with many notable acts including Jason Mraz and the Dave Matthews Band. In 2012, Pete and his band performed at President Obama's only campaign stop in Maine.
His music has been featured on NBC's "The Office" and "Parks and Recreation" and "New Girl" on FOX.
- Half Way Home (2003)
- Yesterday Love (2005)
- Louder than the Storm (2006)
- Hope in our Hearts (2008)
- Shapes and Sounds (2009)
- Heavy Fire (2012)
- Echo (2016)
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