Peter On The Web




A guide to some of the other places where you can find Peter Doyle on the Internet
See also the Links Page

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Biographies & Discographies

The Lyn Paul Website - Steve's extensive and comprehensive tribute to Lyn Paul and the New Seekers was the first site to provide a thoroughly researched and accurate history of the the New Seekers and is regularly updated.  It includes several pages devoted to Peter: biography, discography, in memorian and more.

Milesago - Describes itself as “The #1 website for Australasian music and popular culture 1964 -1975”. Coverage for Peter Doyle includes a biography credited to an early version on the Lyn Paul website and there is a seperate obituary.  Now updated to include a page for the Virgil Brothers.

The New Seekers - The group's official website covers every aspect and every member, past and present of the New Seekers.  Nic shares his extensive collection pictures and other memoribilia, his personally collated info and the results of his on-going research and interview.  There is a multi-page biography and discography of Peter on the site.

Wikipedia - Biography and discography


Obituaries - newsletter at the Australian music retailers site.

The Daily Telegraph - UK national newspaper

The Independent - UK national newspaper

The Lyn Paul Website


Web Whispers - Internet Laryngectomee Support Journal


IMDb - Peter's credit on the Internet Movie Database is in recognition of the New Seekers performance in Eurovision coverage.



Neil Gray's MySpace - “Self Confessed Music freak Who Writes, Records, Produces, Plays and Listens”; Neil was a friend and colleague of Peter's and his MySpace currently includes one of Peter's otherwise unreleased tracks (a “must listen” for all of Peter's fans!) and a little about his time with Peter is covered in his blog.

Music Pop Hits - A chance to listen to a wide collection of music including three of Peter's very early hits and one from the Virgil Brothers.   Follow the links through to Australsian 50s-60s.



Pop Archives - Lyn's site dedicated to uncovering the covers which became Australian hits in the 50's, 60's and 70's so far includes meniton of 2 of Peter's 60s songs, but is growing all the time.

Rate Your Music - An interactive site to list and grade artists' discographies. Most of Peter's early releases and his Skin Deep album have so far been listed.

Ugly Things - “The ultimate rock'n'roll read, bringing you wild sounds from past dimensions, from times when rock'n'roll was young, daring, dangerous and vital.”  The Searching for Shakes database gives a discography for some of Peter's Festival recordings.



Yahoo Peter Doyle WebGroup - A place for fans to meet and chat about Peter - have you dropped in yet?


Peter's name crops up time and time again on webpages covering the artists and sounds of the Australian sixties music scene.  Most of these sites provide lots of information for anybody researching the period and plenty of nostalgia for anybody who was there!  Here are some of those websites and webpages not already shown in the main list and if you spot a mention of Peter Doyle on any other website - please let me know!

Go!! Show - Bonnie's Laurie Allen Tribute has a page dedicated to the Australian 60's pop TV show.

Hipsters Website - Though formed in 1985, the Hipsters have danced alongside many of the 60s stars and this is reflected on their site.

Hot Generation CD Reviews:
Gull Buy
Richie Unterberger

Dave Miller - Interview Nov. 1999 with Steve Kernohan on the For What It's Worth radio show

Music in the 60s - Australia & New Zealand  A page from the Nostalgia Central Website: “a virtual scrapbook providing a trip form the Rockin' Fifties via the Swinging Sixties and Mirror-balled Seventies to the Day-Glo Eighties.”

Nat Kippner & the Bee Gees - Hurstville City Council's extensive history of the St. Clair Recording Studio and in particular it's association with the Bee Gees

Offbeat - Aussie Specialists in everything to do with Roots, Rock & Retro Music

Purple Hearts - Interview with Mick Hadley on the Melbourne 60s site.



The problem with having a popular name like Peter Doyle, is that you share it with hundreds of other folk and with the efficiency of internet search engines it is no wonder that this leads to confusion, even on supposedly reputable websites who seem unable to sort “t'other from which” when it comes to listing the achievements of “our” Peter Doyle.
In spite of internet evidence to the contrary , Peter is not, for instance, the Peter Doyle who was a piper on the Clan Sutherland Band recordings.   He may be Australian but can we imagine he found time to play the trumpet for the Laughing Clowns and all the other acts supported by Peter the trumpeter in addition to his singing, guitar playing and songwriting? Let's not forget the Psyclone Rangers, whose albums are also listed against credits to “our” Peter for the cover photography.

We all know Peter was very talented, but apparently not nearly so talented as other people think!  Let me know if you are aware of any other myths which need exploding!









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