Peter Gregg (musician)

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Peter Gregg

Peter Gregg (born March 6, 1951, Kent, Ohio) is a producer and musician.[1] Gregg played lead guitar on the earliest recordings of the prototype predecessor to the musical group Devo, under his nom de guitar, Coupe de Ville. In 1971, Gregg, along with Devo co-founders Gerald Casale and Bob Lewis recorded three songs: "I Been Refused", "I Need a Chick" and "Auto Mowdown" on primitive recording equipment located over Guido's Pizza Shop in Kent, Ohio

Gregg later worked as an engineer at the Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, as a cameraman for Merv Griffin Productions at Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip, at MTV in New York City, and as a technical director for WWE.

He produced "CARACOL: The Last Maya City" for PBS.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vincent, Justin St. (2009). The Spiritual Significance of Music. Xtreme Music. pp. 180–. ISBN 978-0-473-15690-9. Retrieved 14 May 2011.