ROCK

February 4, 2015
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Northeast Florida multi-instrumentalist Roy Peak has been an active presence on the local music scene for decades, playing in bands including Radio Berlin and 86 Love. He’s now holding down the bass chair with the likes of XGeezer and The Robert Lester Folsom Band. His just-released debut album, All Is Well, is a notable collection of what Peak calls “a punkish folk-rock tromp through 12 songs about love, death and birds,” and features appearances by area music heavyweights like Thommy Berlin, Lauren Fincham, Terry Whitehead and Craig Spirko.

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