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Peter Hallock was born in Kansas City, MO. on November 11, 1941. His family moved to San Dimas, CA when he was 10 years old. That's when he met Glen Glenn.

Glen took Peter under his wing, teaching him to play the guitar and taking him to perform at his shows.

Peter's mother bought Peter his first guitar, a Martin, that Glen picked out. Peter traveled whenever possible to shows with Glen and guitarist Gary Lambert. Glen put him on stage as often as possible and treated Peter like a brother.

In 1962, Glen and Gary helped Pete cut four 45 rpm records for Gold Star records in Hollywood.

In 1965 Peter entered the U.S. Army. He was trained for combat duty at Ft. Polk, LA., but because of his versatile singing voice, the next two years traveling the country entertaining Viet Nam bond troops with his Rockabilly and Country music.

On January 8, 1996, Peter entered an "Elvis" competition at the Country Star Restaurant on Universal Walkway in Hollywood. You have to remember, back then there wasn't the Vegas competition or the House of Blues Tribute. This was the biggest in the country. Peter was the oldest of 30 competitors. He didn't have the elaborate jumpsuit or the swivel hips, but oh my, he did have the voice and phrasing. Against all odds, he won first place.

Peter has been entertaining since he was nine years old. Those of you who have seen him perform know that he is happiest when he is on stage.

Alan Clark, Peter Hallock, Steve Moore, Glen Glen
at the DIAMOND TRAX Pro Audio Plus recording studio.

Peter has a new CD available on
the Rockabilly Hall of Fame label,
titled "ROCKABILLY".

(CD Cover)
          01. Down the Line
          02. Rave On
          03. Honey Don't
          04. Milk Cow Blues Boogie
          05. Believe What You Say
          06. Lotta Lovin'
          07. Be-Bop-A-Lula
          08. Matchbox
          09. My Bucket's Got a Hole in It
          10. Baby Let's Play House
          11. One Cup of Coffee
          12. Kathleen
          13. Waitin' In School
          14. Blue Moon of Kentucky


Peter and Darlene in Elvis and Priscilla's Bedroom Palm springs Home - 2004

Peter, Sue Lovell, Glen Glen.
Elvis Presley's "Long Black Limousine" was written by Sue's uncle, Bobby George.
Peter, Sue and Glen are lifelong friends.

Steve, Phillipe, Peter, Alan and Pat at the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
House in Palm Springs, May 4, 2002.

Glen Glenn and Peter, July 2003

"The Rockabilly Flash" - Peter at home in his RHOF shirt.

The following groups of photos were taken and submitted by Eddie Honeyfield

Peter and Marlon

Peter Hallock and Glen Glenn at the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway House.

with Johnny Vallis

August 23, 2003 - CB's Roadhouse.

Peter and Tommy Sands, Elvis House, 2002.

Peter, Elvis House, 2002.

Palladium, August 31, 2003. "The Hollywood Rockabilly Showdown".

Peter and manager and life long friend Darlene Bowman, last night of Rockin' Robin

Darlene, Patty and Peter at CC's Roadhouse on Aug. 23, 2003.

Peter on stage at CC's Roadhouse / Aug. 23, 2003.

Peter sand friends at DIAMOND TRAX Recording Studio on Aug. 3, 2003.

Johnny Fortune, Peter's favorite guitar player and friend.

Photos: Eddie Honeyfield

Page posted August, 2003

2003   Rockabilly Hall of Fame (R)