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“Berwick is equal parts Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, Jack Kerouac, and James Cagney marinated in whiskey and gasoline.” –Tom lounges, 89.1 FM Northwest, Indiana
“Pete Berwick’s music is sensational. Sometimes it sends chills down my spine and sometimes it makes me weep and sometimes it makes me want to dance.” — John Tweeton, Sven’s World Radio
“Last of the hardcore troubadours.” – Nashville Songwriters Association
“Imagine Bob Dylan’s blues mixed with the urgency of Social Distortion and The Clash, and you just might get an idea of Pete Berwick.” – Atomic Leg Magazine Pete Berwick
His gritty voice and style of music takes us all back to the days of country outlaws such as Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and yes, even David Allan Coe. His songs tell the stories of the blue collar, working class heroes. If you don’t like Pete Berwick…ya’ll can kiss my ass! —Anthony Stone, Southern Thunder Radio
Berwick has delivered songs that will make you alternately cry in your beer and smile at your good fortune for not having to live the stories he sings about. Crank it up. —Brian Noonan- Host, WGN Radio, Chicago
Berwick has earned his place among legends like Hank, Waylon, Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle and John Mellencamp, and “Just Another Day In Hell” could be the soundtrack of a roadside bar.
His voice sings of broken hearts, pain and redemption, and as in real life endings are not always happy. —Inzona Magazine
PETE BERWICK is one of the original pioneers of COWPUNK, and has been touring and recording for over 35 years. As well as releasing five albums, he is also an author, and has written and published four novels. He is also an amateur boxer. “Can’t kill a man born to hang” is Berwick’s motto, as he travels from town to town with a lifetime of critically acclaimed songs and his battered six string. Over a dozen of his songs have been featured in movies and television, several of his albums have been placed in the year’s top ten by various media sources, and his AIN’T NO TRAIN OUTTA NASHVILLE album, recorded and shelved on Music Row in 1992 and eventually released in 2007, peaked at #5 on XCOUNTRY RADIO, now OUTLAW RADIO.