Pete Jacobsen

Born in Newcastle upon Tyne 16 May 1950; died in London 29 April 2002, Pete studied piano at The Royal College of Music. From the age of thirteen Pete became involved in improvisation and jazz, and devoted himself to this area of music as a professional musician. Described in Jazz Magazine as "one of the country's greatest pianists", Pete recorded a solo album, 'Ever Onward', which was released to critical acclaim. He was also well known for his work with Morrissey-Mullen, Pete King, and Tim Whitehead in the jazz world as well as his session work with more mainstream acts such as Level 42 and the likes of Jack Bruce and John McLaughlin.