As a solo artist, PETER CONRAD performs a "Tribute To George Harrison", songs by The Beatles, the "British Invasion" era, classic R&R (from the `50's to now) and his own original songs. Since 1997 has been the host of the "Electric Open Stage" at The Dolphin Lounge in Gahanna, OH. During these 10 years he hosted over 500 "Open Stages", there and at other venues, including the Thirsty Ear in Grandview, OH. In June of 2002 he was invited by promoter Gary Jacob to perform his song "Goodbye George"at the "Tribute To George Harrison"at the first Abbey Road On The River (AROTR) in Cleveland, OH, and has been a featured regular performer there & it's new home in Louisville, KY, each year since. In November of that same year, he helped organize, host and also performed with PCB (the Peter Conrad Band), at the Thirsty Ear's "A Tribute To George Harrison" show in Grandview, OH, benefiting the Columbus Cancer Clinic. In 2003 George Harrison's sister, Louise, invited Peter to perform at the benefit concert "It Was 40 Years Ago Today" in Benton, IL, celebrating her brother's first visit and impromptu performance in America in 1963. In 2004 & 2005 he performed at The Cavern Club in Liverpool, England and in London at the Hard Rock Cafe's "Vault" .