Keyboards & Piano
Peter Eades began his professional career in the seventies, playing in some of the top Irish show bands, including the ‘Miami’. In 1982, having had many years of experience and interest in the recording process, he and partner Jim Barry set up Ireland's first mobile 24-track recording unit. Their first gig was recording ‘Thin Lizzy’s’ last live concert in Dublin. Soon after, it was Christy Moore’s “Ride On” album, which has become a classic. Still keen on playing,
Peter started his own band ‘Jump the Gun’ in 1984, who were hugely successful in Ireland and Scandinavia. In 1991 along with Pat Collins of ‘Phantom Orchestra’ fame, Peter composed “Camillus” a concerto for piano and violin.
The mid 90s saw Peter more and more involved in studio work as a musician/engineer, producer. In this capacity he has worked with some of Ireland’s top acts such as Clannad, The Chieftains, The Dubliners, The 4 of Us, Cian,
Moving Hearts, Christy Moore and De Danann.