Pete Lincoln

Biography

Pete first picked up the guitar at the age of 11, and pretty much hasn’t put it down since – having made his career made as a singer and musician, both on stage and in the studio.
Touring and recording with a wide range of artists including Sir Cliff Richard, Tina Turner, Shakin' Stevens and Dannii Minogue have taken him all over the globe from New Zealand to Greenland.

From 1996 to 2005, Pete enjoyed his time as front man for the 70s band Sailor – most famous for their hits “Glass Of Champagne” & “Girls, Girls, Girls”.
In 2005 Pete joined the Glam Rockers "The Sweet" and is still touring extensively with the band as lead vocalist and bass player.

During the last twenty-five years, Pete has also performed in excess of 4000 solo gigs, entertaining audiences of all shapes and sizes at concerts, clubs, weddings, parties, social functions and dances.
These ‘human juke box’ performances show his extensive range of knowledge of Pop and Rock music from the early days of Rock’n’Roll to the present day, all delivered with style – and a sharp sense of humour!

Website

www.thesweet.com

Band

The Sweet