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Name  Peter Baltes
Instruments  Bass, vocals, guitar
Role  Musician
Years active  1976–present
Genres  Hard rock, Heavy metal
Labels  Nuclear Blast

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Born  4 April 1958 (age 57) Solingen, Germany (1958-04-04)
Associated acts  Accept, John Norum, Dokken
Music groups  Accept (Since 1976), Dokken (Since 1978)
Similar People  Wolf Hoffmann, Stefan Kaufmann, Mark Tornillo, Herman Frank, Udo Dirkschneider

Occupation(s)  Musician, songwriter

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Peter Baltes (born 4 April 1958) is a German hard rock and heavy metal musician. He is a member of the German heavy metal group Accept, having played bass guitar on all of their 14 albums, which have sold more than 17 million records around the world. He joined them in 1978 after Dieter Rubach left the band and also made minor contributions as a lead vocalist with Accept on their early albums and on the album Predator of 1996.


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Other recording credits

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  • Recording background vocals on the Scorpions' Savage Amusement album.
  • Played bass on John Norum's albums Face the Truth, Worlds Away, and more.
  • Played bass and background vocals on Don Dokken's solo effort Up from the Ashes.
  • Accolades

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  • Voted number 1 bass player in Burn Magazine reader's poll of 1985.
  • Voted best bass player in Europe for Metal Hammer magazine in 1985.

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