Links to videos on the JOE PETE JAMS YouTube channel.
6is9 – Joe Pete (band)
Here are two clips from 10/2/2022 showing 6is9 at the Midway Cafe. We were opening for the great Martin/Morell/Fredette. Backing up Joe Pete is Brian Rost on bass and Mickey Bones on drums. Two Rocks is an original by Joe Pete. Monkey Man is by Toots & the Maytals.
3’n1 – Joe Pete (solo)
This video from 2/23/2019 captures a slice of 3’n1 (solo Joe Pete) at the Somerville Winter Farmers’ Market. The song is Hank Ballard’s Tore Up. To Joe Pete this song is a Sleepy la Beef song. You can see the video on YouTube via this link: https://youtu.be/C2i6U7EK6jw
Joe Pete performs at senior centers, that’s right! Here are links to two videos shot on location at a Watertown senior facility. If I Had a Hammer represents the folk side of things and Route 66 represents the early rock ‘n’ roll side of things. Age is not a limit to the desire to rock.
Hubcaps – the roots of 6is9
The Hubcaps are the prototype for Joe Pete’s band 6is9. I Don’t Believe You’ve Met My Baby features Joe Pete on the then-named Yawkey Way, outside Fenway Park with the Hubcaps. Mickey Bones is on drums, Matt Murphy is on bass. Video is by Anthony Quinn Visuals. Big League Brian is on stilts, amazing as always.