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Peter Hayes (musician)

Years active  1995–present
Record label  RCA
Role  Guitarist
Name  Peter Hayes
Labels  RCA

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Born  February 11, 1976 (age 39) New York Mills, Minnesota, USA (1976-02-11)
Genres  Alternative rock Garage rock revival Neo-psychedelia Blues rock Noise rock
Instruments  Vocals Guitars Bass Trombone Harmonica Piano
Associated acts  Black Rebel Motorcycle Club The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Website  blackrebelmotorcycleclub
Music group  Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (Since 1998)
Albums  Beat the Devil's Tattoo, Specter at the Feast, Black Rebel Motorcycl, Baby 81, Take Them On - On Your Own
Similar People  Robert Levon Been, Leah Shapiro, Nick Jago, Michael Been, Dave Grohl

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Peter Hayes (born February 11, 1976) is an American musician and singer, best known as a member of the rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

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Early life

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Hayes grew up in Minnesota, and when 14 or 15 years old got into trouble and was grounded for over a year. During that time he began figuring out how to play his mother's guitar out of boredom. She taught him some flamenco and finger picking songs, which was influential for Hayes, as was the music of Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd. While in high school, Hayes met future band mate Robert Levon Been, an association that later led him to The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre

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Hayes played guitar and bass for the neo-psychedelic rock band The Brian Jonestown Massacre circa 1998. Examples of his playing can be heard on the group's Give It Back! album.

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Hayes appears as a highly visible, yet quiet musician in the 2004 movie documentary DiG! as an active touring member of The Brian Jonestown Massacre. The film also documents the befriended band The Dandy Warhols.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Peter Hayes is a founding and current member of the alternative rock trio Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

Albums with The BJM

  • Give It Back! (1997)
  • Albums with B.R.M.C.

  • B.R.M.C. (2001) UK #25
  • Take Them On, On Your Own (2003) US #47, UK #3, AUS #34
  • Howl (2005) US #90, UK #14, AUS #34
  • Baby 81 (2007) US #46, UK #15, AUS #36
  • The Effects of 333 (2008)
  • Beat The Devil's Tattoo (2010)
  • Specter At The Feast (2013)
  • EPs with B.R.M.C.

  • Screaming Gun EP (October 2001)
  • Howl Sessions EP (2005)
  • Napster Live Session (2007)
  • American X: Baby 81 Sessions EP (2007)
  • Musical equipment

    Guitars:

  • Multiple Gibson ES335's all in different tunings.
  • Fender Thinline Deluxe Telecaster - Eventually replaced by a Gibson SG.
  • Gibson ES125 - May have been stolen.
  • Gibson J200 - At least two different ones.
  • Gibson J45 - Seems to be shared with Robert.
  • Delta King Dot Guitar
  • Amplifiers (Around the time of each album):

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    - B.R.M.C.

  • Fender Silverface Twin Reverb - x2
  • - Take Them On, On Your Own

  • Fender Silverface Twin Reverb - x2
  • Fender Super Twin
  • Gallien Krueger 400RB Bass Amp Head with cab
  • - Howl & Baby 81

  • Fender Blackface Bandmaster Head with matching 2x12 cab - x2
  • Fender Blackface Pro Reverb - x2 (Interchanged with Twin Reverbs)
  • Fender Blackface Twin Reverb - x2 (Interchanged with Pro Reverbs)
  • - Beat The Devil's Tattoo

  • Fender Blackface Bandmaster Head with matching 2x12 cab - x2
  • Fender Blackface Twin Reverb (Sometimes seen with the second Blackface Twin set off to the side in front of the drum set, possibly for use of stereo effects.)
  • Some kind of vintage style Marshall head possibly a Plexi or JTM45 with matching 4x12 cab
  • Pedals & rack effects:

    List compiled from use of various photos, most likely an incomplete list.

    - Earlier years (Approx. around time of the first and second album possibly going into Howl era)

  • Ibanez TS9 Tubescreamer x3
  • Vox V847 Wah
  • Dunlop Stereo Tremolo
  • TC Electronic Stereo Chorus/Flanger
  • Boss DM2 Analog Delay
  • Boss BF2 Flanger
  • Boss CS2 Compressor
  • Boss Line Selector
  • Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
  • Akai Headrush E1 Delay
  • Alesis Quadraverb x4
  • - Later years (Most likely around Howl era up to Beat the Devil's Tattoo era)

  • Klon Centaur Overdrive x2
  • Keeley Katana Boost
  • Maxon OD808 Tubescreamer
  • Vintage FX Overdrive (Replaced Maxon OD808)
  • Vintage FX Fuzzriot (Hasn't been used on recent tours)
  • Seymour Duncan Twin Tube Classic (Most likely used only for recording and rehearsal. Can be seen in pictures of rehearsal room before the Beat the Devil's Tattoo tour.)
  • Boss DD7 Digital Delay
  • Akai Headrush E2 Delay
  • Dunlop Crybaby Wah
  • Ernie Ball Volume Pedal x3
  • Boss RC2 Loop Station w/ Footswitch (Also been seen with Boss RC20 Loop Station around Howl era)
  • Seymour Duncan Shape Shifter Tremolo
  • Voodoo Labs Ground Control Unit
  • Korg Rackmount Tuner
  • TC Electronic G Major Multi-FX Rack Unit x2
  • Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1
  • Voodoo Lab Amp Selector
  • References

    Peter Hayes (musician) Wikipedia


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