1990 to 2010
November 28, 1951 in Brookline
Los Angeles, California, United States
Peter Malick (born November 28, 1951, Brookline, Massachusetts) is an American, Los Angeles based musician and record producer, known for his work with blues musicians and for early collaborations with Norah Jones. Career: In the late 1960s Malick was a member of the band Listening. Listening was signed by Vanguard Records in New York when Malick was aged sixteen. His talent as a blues guitarist landed him a gig with blues pianist Otis Spann, who invited Malick to live with his family in Chicago. Over the years, Malick backed up and toured with blues greats including Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, and John Lee Hooker.