Guitarist Peter Green
Guitarist ~ Songwriter
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers ~ Fleetwood Mac
birth name: Peter Allen Greenbaum

Peter Green

October 29, 1946, Bethnal Green, London, England

Peter Green is regarded by some fans as the greatest white blues guitarist ever, Eric Clapton notwithstanding. ~ Allmusic: Peter Green ~ retrieved October 25, 2013 © Allmusic

After quitting [Fleetwood Mac] the second time, Green was committed to a mental institution for giving his royalty money away. ~ Musicianguide: Fleetwood Mac ~ retrieved October 23, 2013 © Musicianguide

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October 29, 2011 ~ Billboard Hot 100 ~ #3 (3) Foster The People, Pumped Up Kicks ~ #2 (2) Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera, Moves Like Jagger ~ #1 (1) Adele, Someone Like You


Peter Green ~ Ranked Fricke's Picks: #38 Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Guitarists in 2003 ~ Many six-string devotees - including fellows named Carlos and B.B. - insist that Britain's greatest blues guitarist isn't Clapton or Beck, it's Peter Green. ~ 2003 © Rolling Stone

Fleetwood Mac

some band info might not apply to Peter Green,
a member from 1967 thru 1970

The only thing about Fleetwood Mac that hasn't changed since the band formed in 1967 is the rhythm section of Mick Fleetwood and John ‘Mac’ McVie - fitting, since the band is named after those two. Through the Seventies, the band's personnel and style shifted with nearly every recording as Fleetwood Mac metamorphosed from a traditionalist British blues band to the maker of one of the best-selling pop albums ever, Rumours, then kept on for decades after that - to varying degrees of success. ~ Rolling Stone: Fleetwood Mac ~ retrieved October 23, 2013 © Rolling Stone

Fleetwood Mac ~ Inducted in the 1998 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.

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