• Donovan: Bob Dylan, the Beatles, Buddha and me

    In December 1966, a single called "Sunshine Superman" shot up to number two in the British charts. It sounded unlike anything pop fans had heard before – a cacophony of oddly matched and seldom-heard instruments, predominantly a harpsichord and a sitar, plinking away over a backbeat of conga drums.
  • Jimmy Page Stuns Crowd With Surprise Appearance at Donovan Show

    Backstage at London’s Royal Albert Hall last night, as the psychedelic folk-rock legend Donovan prepared to go on stage, a woman wheeled a harp hurriedly through a corridor, a Buddhist monk in flowing robes pressed fake pearls into the hands of passing strangers and a security radio crackled to life. “When Jimmy goes on,” said a concerned-sounding male voice to nobody in particular, “it’s going to be very, very loud, okay?”
  • "Buddy Holly: Listen To Me" Concert DVD out December 3rd

    On December 3, PBS will premiere Buddy Holly: Listen To Me/The Ultimate Buddy Party featuring performances by Stevie Nicks, Chris Isaak, Lyle Lovett, Graham Nash, Raul Malo, Paul Anka, Boz Scaggs and several others at the 75th birthday concert taped last month at the Music Box in Hollywood.
  • peermusic Signs Dublin-based Rock Band KEYWEST

    2011 is proving to be a big year for Keywest. Fresh from a fantastic set at Oxegen, the Dublin-based five-piece have just put pen to paper on a massive deal with Peermusic, the world's largest independent music publishing company, and MAN Entertainment.

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  • Peer Music UK website LIVE

    As you can see (you are looking at it after all) peermusic.co.uk is now live, please do have a look around.
  • 1st MAS Awards

    Even though Peer Music didn't win 1st Annual Music And Sound Awards is a success.
  • Peer Sign Tyrese Gibson

    Peermusic Los Angeles welcomes singer, songwriter, actor, model, and entrepreneur Tyrese Gibson to the roster.

  • peer artists LIVE

    Kathleen Edwards and Melanie C are both on tour. Be sure to get your tickets.
  • Marley Documentary Film

    Critics at the Berlin Film Festival have been unanimous in their praise of Kevin Macdonald's new documentary 'Marley', which some have called the definitive biography of the reggae singer.
  • Dzham

    A new Russian addition to the Peer family.
  • Eurovision

    Norway and Sweden in the Eurovision semi - finals. Jedward and Emin are also set to perfom at the Baku Final.
  • Billboard ask Donovan Some Questions

    Later this month Folk rock legend Donovan will be inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Billboard magazine took time out to meet with the man and ask him a few questions
  • Devlin November 2012 mini tour

    For those of you waiting with baited breath for the return of Devlin after seeing the new video for (All Along the) Watchtower, you wont be waiting much longer
  • Peer UK does deal with Cayman Music

    We are very pleased to announce the addition of the Cayman Music catalogue to our Roster Worldwide (excluding Italy, Israel, Japan, Korea, Singapore, China, Hong Kong and other S.E Asian territories).
  • Peer international news

    Peermusic around the world have been busy of late. Take a look ad a listen to some of our latest additions.
  • V festival 2012

    V festival has been an gone and a number of peermusic acts were amongst those who performed.
  • Ravi Shankar

    Commemoration to the legendary Indian sitar virtuoso.


  • Kitaro: Tamayura

    GRAMMY & Globe Award-winning Japanese artist releases new score.


  • Ruby Turner to release new album

    5 years since her last solo album, Soul and R&B singer songwriter Ruby Turner is set to release her studio album "All That I Am".