Peter Olach is an award-winning singer and songwriter with numerous top ten charting songs. He resides in North Carolina, and collaborates with fellow songwriters to create exciting music for both the entertainment industry and commercial licensing projects. Widely recognized as a master storyteller and lyricist, Peter composes songs for TV, films, and indies, and his music actively rotates on several 365 Live streaming radio networks. He's been playing guitar for over 30 years, and fuses elements of Country Western, Southern Rock and Traditional Folk into his music.
Peter Olach is a product of the 1970’s Detroit folk scene who now lives in North Carolina. His songs are meaningful, story-driven, and incorporate elements of Country Western, Southern Rock and Traditional folk music. Describing his guitar playing as reminiscent of mountain dulcimers, Peter stated, “I just happen to have more strings and frets than my mountain brethren do.”
Peter has been playing music for over 30 years, and has created a sound that is all his own. His love of music continues to drive him to create new music for the world to hear. Of his path, Olach says “My journey has brought me full circle and back to a place that I find so rewarding, the place where my heart belongs - the creation and performance of MUSIC.”
Commanding processional performed on an acoustic guitar. Rich and lush in depth brings to mind a grand vista. Perfect for a mountain scene depicting wild horses running through a flower laden meadow or the ocean crashing upon a rugged coastline. Instrumental, Folk, Appalachian Folk
Humorous view of human politics thru the eyes of famous Americans. Takes place in a gin mill as each historical figure takes there place on a bar stool to exclaim our heritage. Opens with spoken word, full orchestra and ends with news all too close to home. Male Vocals, Folk, Political Folk
Pastoral instrumental depicting the grand scope depth of rural life in America. Equally at home in a movie about pioneer life, or the civil war, or farm life, riders on horses traversing a mountain ridge. Instrumental, Folk, Appalachian Folk
Straight to the heart retelling of a child's loss of a father killed in war. Mixed with spoken word and singing this song is most suitable for film or made for TV drama. Male Vocals, Folk, Political Folk