Pete Gardiner is a rarity, a true songsmith, a poet who sets his stories to music. Pete writes about doomed, alcohol fuelled love affairs, our celebrity obsessed culture, vanity, greed, violence and lust with a style and passion inspired by his songwriting heroes Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen.
One of Kent’s schools, Tonbridge Grammar School, is organising a concert tonight at St Saviour’s Church in the town to help raise money for a feeding centre for orphans in Malawi. They have joined forces with Joshua Orphan & Community Care and rising star Pete Gardiner to use the power of music to try to help.
Irish singer songwriter Pete Gardiner’s new single, ‘Pretty Smiles’, is accompanied by a cinematic video, which has been inspired by 50s Film Noir. Released via NUA Entertainment, the video reflects Pete’s love for retro, and was shot in a 1920s bar in Manchester, by award-winning director, Alex Taylor.