A Billboard-charting group of young musicians serving up a high-energy blend of jazz, funk and pop, spiced up with violin and a dash of vocals.
One of Hungary’s most successful bands on the international stage, the Peet Project’s career kicked off in 2009
when they won the grand prize of a local jazz station’s song contest. Since then, they have become regular performers at major US jazz festivals, released five albums, garnered a “Debut Artist of the Year 2013” and a “Best Album of 2017” award in the USA (at the Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival) while enjoying airplay on both sides of the Atlantic.
After they first tasted Billboard success in 2015 with the single Jazz and Wine, their 2017 springtime hit Rosy Cheeks (featuring sax legend Dave Koz and remixed by Grammy-winning producer Paul Brown) spent 14 (!) weeks in the Billboard Smooth Jazz Top 30. Their live concerts feature a tour-de-force set of originals and some tasteful covers. The band is currently getting ready for the release of their sixth studio album that features such greats as Paul Brown, Michael Lington, Marcus Anderson and Ilya Serov.