Saturday, October 13th - 5-7 PM
Harvest Festival, Bethlehem at Sun Inn Courtyard

Pete Fluck - saxophone and harmonica

A household name in the Lehigh Valley, Pete Fluck has become synonymous with both his amazing saxophone skill and his ability to bend some great blues on the harmonica.  Since picking up the saxophone at age of ten, Pete felt an instant love for his instrument.  A mostly self-taught musician, Pete attributes his early skill to time spent with his mother as she helped him memorize various pitches.

Photo by Sheri BayneAs a teenager, he toured the country and played with Jay and the Techniques, a national act best know for their top 10 hit single, "Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie," which reached #6 in the Billboard Hot 100 chart. After which, he backed many national recording artists, including The Shirelles and Little Anthony & The Imperials.

Settling back in Bethlehem to raise a family, Pete has been a fixture over the years with most of the Lehigh Valley’s favorite bands, contributing to dozens of recorded tracks and playing with nearly everyone that has graced the Lehigh Valley music scene during the last four decades.

Throughout the years, Pete has been a member of Rockhouse and Joe’s Bar and Grill, while continuing to play regionally with the eclectic cabaret-rock band, Zen for Primates. Recently, Pete has reunited with Alan Gaumer and other Lehigh Valley legends bringing back P.F. & the Flyers, a jazz, funk fusion and smooth groove band led by Pete, which also includes C&A drummer John Sproat.

Pete Fluck was a member of Don Cunningham’s Cabinet for the last five years and continues to bring his heart and soul – and saxophone and harp – to enrich the sound of Cunningham & Associates.