Peter Malick


Peter Malick is a Musician, Producer, Songwriter, Guitarist, and Mix Engineer based in Los Angeles (LA), California. His production skills include Vocal Production, Songwriting and collaboration, Keyboard and Drum programming, Arranging, as well as Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Dobro, and other strings. Peter’s career began in 1967.

He played guitar with blues pianist Otis Spann, who invited Malick to live with his family in Chicago. Over the years, Malick backed up and toured with blues greats such as Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, and John Lee Hooker. Later, Malick was a conductor and music director for the national touring company of Hair. Malick next joined the James Montgomery Band, recording First Time Out and High Roller, both for Capricorn Records.

For the next twenty years, he made money at cards. He returned to music in the 1990s, recording Wrong Side of My Life (1998) and Sons of the Jet Age (2000). He won the W.C. Handy Award for historic album of the year in 2001 for the Otis Span album Last Call.

The next year he released an album of recordings made with Norah Jones titled the New York City album. The album reached #1 on  Tunes for weeks and continues to sell internationally. Most recently he has produced, co-wrote, and appeared as a featured artist on CNBLUE lead vocalist Jung Yong Hwa‘s solo debut One Fine Day. Based in Studio City, his Pie & Tart Shop studio has become home base. Pie & Tart Shop is a full service private location that features a drum room, tracking and vocal room, as well as a large control/mix room.