Pete’s 800+ songs vary from rock songs, to ballads, to folk rock, and contemporary classical. He has produced 12 albums to date with more currently in production. Pete’s work has a strong emphasis on melody and lyrics. Influences include: Tim and Neil Finn, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Elton John & Dave Dobbyn.

At – you’ll find 13 of Pete’s releases on bandcamp.

Streaming on Spotify etc, the new album The Roughest Cut and 6 other albums

You can find the selected albums on:


OR iTunes / Apple Music  and many of the global music platforms.


Instagram: Pete Pascoe Art and Music and Pete Pascoe and The Patient Hum

Facebook: Pete Pascoe Songwriter  

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YouTube : Pete Pascoe Art and Music and Pete Pascoe and The Patient Hum

Influences include: Neil and Tim Finn, Jimmy Webb, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Elton John and Dave Dobbyn.  A New Zealander by birth, Pete grew up with the sound of these great songwriters drifting through his family home.

As a Rotary exchange student to Wyoming, USA Pete won the ‘Stars of Tomorrow ‘ 1984 Competition (check out the footage on YouTube). Upon leaving school Pete became a professional musician, performing locally with various bands and solo. He formed the band ‘Strangetown’ with musician and longtime friend Paul Dredge. Strangetown played at NZ’s Mountain Rock Festival in 1996. Later that year Pete played the leading role in Jesus Christ Superstar. In 2001 Pete had leapt at the opportunity to play live on stage with Neil Finn during his NZ 2001 tour.

After moving to Australia in 1997 Pete continues to create his music, has played numerous gigs around Melbourne and formed the band ‘Pete Pascoe and The Patient Hum’ (formerly PASCOE). He also continues to perform in various locations and write and record music.