In the new issue of Nashville Arts & Entertainment magazine, Peter is named one of Nashville's "10 Most Interesting People,"
along Titans quarterback Kerry Collins, financial guru Dave Ramsey, American Idol contestant Mandisa, Nashville symphony
conductor Giancarlo Guerrero, rock band Kings of Leon (actually, there are four of them, so it's really more like Nashville's
13 Most Interesting People, but still...) and other notables. "At first, I thought something fishy was going on, because I am
certainly not more interesting than Tom T. Hall," Peter said. "But then I remembered that Tom T. actually lives just outside
of town, in Brentwood rather than in Nashville. And so I'm very pleased and humbled to be included on this list. I would like
to congratulate the others on the list, and I wish to encourage those who didn't make it. Tim McGraw, Emmylou Harris, Kenny
Chesney, John Prine and Al Gore: Keep on working, and you too may one day be considered this interesting." Peter was also
named best music writer in the Nashville Scene reader's poll for the eighth straight year, and his "715 (For Hank Aaron)" was
included in Juli Thanki's list of five best baseball songs on www.the9513.com, along with tunes from Steve Goodman, Todd Snider,
The Gibson Brothers and Alabama. This fall, Peter and duo partner Eric Brace have shared stages with Nanci Griffith, Chris
Smither and others, and played to a packed house at Nashville's Station Inn with an all-star band that included legendary
steel guitar man Lloyd Green and legendary Dobro player Mike Auldridge.
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