Pete Thomas
Pete Thomas started forming his first music bands at the age 10, attending The Sussex Music School before moving to London in 1972, where he played in several bands. In 1977 he joined Elvis Costello, forming The Attractions. With his friend Steve Nieve he did the Jonathan Ross TV Show.

In the 90s Pete Thomas kept working as a session musician to, among others, Badly Drawn Boy, Tracy Bonham, Jonatha Brooke, Johnny Cash, The Corrs, Sheryl Crow, The Dream Academy, Neil Finn, John Wesley Harding, Joe Jackson, Los Lobos, Joan Osborne, Pearl Jam, Bonnie Raitte, Ron Sexsmith, Squeeze, Richard Thompson, Rufus Wainwright, and The Waterboys.

In 2003 Thomas was inducted into the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at a ceremony in New York. Visit his personal website here.