Pete Brown

was born Christmas day 1940 and is still relatively messianic.  He has been a professional poet since 1960, starving until Albert Hall in 1965.  He is a member of Horovitz’ New Departures group and solo and began songwriting with Cream in 1966 — big hits and a living.  He has been a bandleader and singer since 1968 and is still on the road as this moment passes.  He also produces records and writes filmscripts.  A feature documentary about him should appear this year.  His recent book of poems, Mundane Tuesday and Freudian Saturday  was published in 2016 in the United States.