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PETER DOYLE

The 28th of July is Peter’s birthday as any fan  knows. That is why the choice was made to make this date the official release date for the ”Tribute from the heart” album. Four Times Over saw Peter for the first time in 1970 when he was with the New Seekers. He was an outstanding performer and brilliant musician. With an impressive musical background. He already was performing in his early teens and at age 16 he had his first solo album. For further info on Peter Doyle we’d like to direct you to the following link: http://www.peterdoylewebsite.net/

 

 

THE PETER DOYLE FUND

John Cartwright runs the Peter Doyle Fund and we’ve asked Peter’s wife Jane Doyle to decide which good cause(s) shall benefit from the proceeds of the ”Tribute from the heart” album. We will keep you posted.

SKIN DEEP

Peter recorded a solo album titled ”Skin Deep” in 1977. It was from this particular album where Four Times Over chose 2 tracks from to record on their Peter Doyle Tribute album. Skin Deep is an excellent record where he worked with David Mackay, Trevor Spencer and Alan Tarney. Peter recorded more albums and singles during his entire life. All of which of excellent professionalism which made Peter stand out from day one.

ROYAL ALBERT HALL

Peter was with the New Seekers during 1970-1973. And in 1972 the New Seekers were performing at the Royal Albert Hall. An event most New Seekers / Peter Doyle fans think about till this very day. It was during this ”live” concert many fans realised that Peter not only was a terrific singer, but also a great guitarist.

Peter Doyle was a brilliant musician with a vision. He’ll never be forgotton nor his musical legacy.

DE2IGN ORGANISATION PROUDLY PRESENTS FOUR TIMES OVER

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Peter Doyle with the Virgil Brothers

Peter Doyle with Plastic dreams and toy balloons

Peter Doyle sings 4 songs from 1965

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