Born in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA on March 31st, PETE LYNCH shares his birth date with Joseph Haydn, Ewan McGregor and AC/DC’s Angus Young. Raised in a highly musical family, PETE LYNCH discovered his love for music at a tender age. At six he purchased his first album, “The Who – Live at Leeds.” A few weeks later, he picked up his father’s guitar and began learning his first chords from his dad, a Czech dissident. Shortly after PETE’S parents decided to move to Europe. The rest of his childhood and youth were shaped by living in a foreign country, experiencing his mother and father getting divorced, getting in trouble with the law and, being torn between two continents. Experiences that had a profound impact on him. He was eleven when he moved on to playing the bass guitar, formed his first band and played his first concerts. Three years later PETE LYNCH decided to move back to Virginia. At sixteen PETE once again packed his bags and moved to Europe where he played in various bands, putting all his energy and time into writing songs, training his voice and vocal skills, and toured the continent playing in subways, in clubs and at festivals. He also supported bands such as the Go-Betweens, the Godfathers, Concrete Blonde, and toured across Europe with Nina Hagen. Nina Hagen and PETE’S friend Simon Hinkler, the guitarist of The Mission encouraged him to pursue his vocal training and to launch a solo career. Currently PETE LYNCH has his home base in Denver and in Vienna.
“Nothing More Painful Than The Truth” EP, October 17. 2010
“Face Me!” Album, March 21. 2011
“One Way Is Enough” Soundtrack “One Way Trip”, October 12. 2011
“Keep ‘Em Comin” Soundtrack “Taking It Back”, Winner Of The 2014 Austin Film Festival Audience Award
“Till the Rivers Run Dry” Single, March 31. 2017