- New CD with artist Geoff Hurley.
- Recording sessions at Life City Productions recording studio, for a Rockabilly CD project with Thaddeus Rose and Wild Whirled Music.
One of the tunes from that CD was featured as background music in the TV series "The Mentalist" (Season 1, Episode 3: "Red Tide") on CBS, original air date October 14, 2008. (Peter also has 33% writing credit.)
- Performances and recording sessions with Chris
Alcaraz for his next CD.
Check out some sound files on the MySpace page (tracks "You Really Don't Care" and "Gone, Gone, Gone")
- From a recent recording session at Barrel Cactus Studio, for independent recording artist Francesca from England. Check out a short clip of "This Is Us" (a tune originally recorded by Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris):
- Several live performances with recording artist Ric Flauding from California, a fantastic, skilled, and very imaginative composer and Nylon string player with film music and several CDs to his name. This collaboration may be in the form of a guitar trio under the name of Triptych . . .
. . . or with a full band.
Playing with Ric and the full band at B.B. King's Club at Universal Studios in L.A.
- Recording session at the Conservatory of Recording Arts in Tempe, AZ
with engineer Kevin Becka for an article on recording guitar in the
March 2005 issue of MIX Magazine .
Peter was using his Matchless SC-30 amp, Alvarez-Yairi DY-71 acoustic, and PRS Custom 22 (not shown).
Performance with Alice Cooper at the Scottsdale Princess. What a blast!
- TV appearance and a show with Country newcomer Deirdre Hughes, opening up for Dierks Bentley at Lake Pleasant, AZ, in a project for L.A. producer Joey Arreguin. Peter and Ric Flauding on guitars.
- TV appearance with Amy Schugar., who has played on the CD "Under Construction" with Michael Schenker.
Peter Storn was part of an Award win in film music, for "Visions of Arizona," a unique PBS special (KAET-TV) on breathtaking aerial photography, with film music by Cliff Sarde, with Peter playing guitar and helping to shape the music, (in the segment on Adriel Heisey). Also available on VHS video in certain stores.
The music has won a Rocky Mountain Emmy Award for 1998-1999, by the Arizona Chapter of NATAS (National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences), and the show itself won another 3 Emmys in the categories Magazine Program, Program Element, and Photography