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Biography

Red Peters is a musician from the Boston area who has made two CD's titled I laughed… I cried… I fudged my undies! and Ol' Blue Balls is Back. Little is known about Red Peters's actual background because of his inability to take anything serious including himself.

Adored by a loyal but small group of fans, Red Peters has built a career on shockingly unexpected explicit lyrics based on his own written and orchestrated tunes. Although he is often compared to Bob Rivers or John Valby, his music is not parody but rather his own. Red Peters is an infrequent guest on the Howard Stern Show and even wrote and sang the sultry "I Can't Say These Things" which he considered to be a tribute to the FCC. Stern liked the song so much he made it the theme song for his crusade against the FCC. Unfortunately for Red, the song (even censored for expletives) was considered too risqué for management and was pulled.

Much of Red Peters' infamy stems from short appearances on the Howard Stern show. On November 18, 2005, Peters hosted a one-hour "Red Peters Show" on Stern's channel on Sirius Satellite Radio; this was followed by a holiday broadcast on December 21. He was later hired by Howard Stern to do a weekly show every Friday night on Howard 101.

Red Peters was recently in the independent film "Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits" starring John Fiore.

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