Pete Papageorge

Last month, I participated in the Musicians On Call Performer Showcase. I joined MOC in August 2017. The performers play at bedside at various hospitals in our area, as well as across the country. Click on this link:


BACK AT KELLY'S - MARCH 16th/17th Posted: Feb 28, 2019
Happy to announce that I'll be back at Kelly's Irish Times on these dates:

Saturday - March 16th, from 9:00pm until 2:00am

Sunday - March 17th, from 2:00pm until 9:00pm

Hope to see you there!


FREE DOWNLOAD LIMITED TIME!!! Posted: Nov 24, 2018
Season's Greetings!

For a limited time, now until the end of December, I'm offering my Christmas song, "It Wouldn't Be Christmas Without You," as a free download. You can download your copy at this link:, then click on 'buy.' Again, there's no charge from now until the end of December!

Merry Christmas!

Autumnal Greetings!

"Throughout history, there has always been a chasm between the bulk of humanity and the enigmatic circle who hold true dominion. Those whose influence remains shrouded, save for the rare instances when their designs cross into the outside world…"

I was fortunate enough to be cast in a new Jabberwocky Radio Theater production, "Quorum, The Gambler's Tale." Season 1 begins this Sunday, October 21st, at 4pm Eastern Time, on WERA-LP 96.7 FM, and will continue every Sunday, at the same time. I have two roles: Mr. King, one of the members of the Quorum, a nefarious group of individuals based inside of Las Vegas with international influence and dealings; and Anton Kreutzer, a powerful hedge fund manager who appears in Season 2. Fans of crime and intrigue, "Quorum, The Gambler's Tale" is for you!

The LP is for "low power," so most of you outside of Arlington won't hear it on broadcast radio. BUT you can hear it live online via the Internet ( Podcast episodes go up on Thursdays at 9pm ET. Once we have a Patreon feed, it will be after Sundays at 4pm and before Thursdays, as an added incentive to sign-up.

For those of you on Facebook or Twitter, the following hashtags can be used:

#Quorum #hardboiled

Hope to see you on the radio!


CUA HOMECOMING 2018 - Oct. 19/20 Posted: Oct 2, 2018
Happy to announce I'll be playing at Kelly's Irish Times for the 2018 CUA Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 19 & 20, from 9:00 'til 2:30!

Hope to see you there - come one, come all!!!!!!!!!!!!


PETE'S SCENE - SOLLERS POINT!!! Posted: Oct 2, 2018
Check out my scene from the NYT Critics Pick movie, SOLLERS POINT, by Baltimore native, Mathew Porterfield. The scene features Jim Belushi and McCaul Lombardi!

On my website,!!!

NEW MOVIE - SOLLERS POINT!!!!!! Posted: May 3, 2018
Greetings! I was fortunate enough last summer to be cast in a new movie, "Sollers Point," a film written and directed by Matthew Porterfield, and starring McCaul Lombardi, Zazie Beetz, and Jim Belushi. I play Gilbert, a retired Bethlehem Steel worker, and have a scene with Belushi and McCaul. The opening weekend is on Friday, May 11th at The Parkway Theatre in Baltimore. It will also be playing in theaters across the country. Please go to for a theater in your area. Hope to see you there!

THIS SUNDAY - AT KELLY'S IRISH TIMES!!! Posted: Feb 12, 2018
Greetings! I'm is happy to announce that I'll be playing this coming Sunday, February 18th, starting at 3:30 pm, as part of the festivities for the Irish Parade Fundraiser at Kelly's Irish Times! Come celebrate Irish culture and help to support the parade by joining us for food, fun, drinks, laughter, live music, drawings, prizes, and live auctions.

There will also be a performance by the wonderful Culkin School of Traditional Irish Dance, with musical guests and 2018 division marshals, The Winch Brothers!

Kelly's Irish Times is also pleased to be hosting the Guinness Brand Ambassador for Guinness tastings and glass etchings!! Come one, come all, we look forward to seeing you there!

THIS Sunday, Feb. 18th, @ 3:30 pm
Kelly's Irish Times
14 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 543-5433

CUA HOMECOMING 2017 - Oct. 27/28 Posted: Oct 2, 2017

I'm happy to announce that, once again, I'll be playing for the CUA Homecoming at Kelly's Irish Times at 14 F St., NW, on Friday, Oct. 27, and Saturday, Oct. 28, from 8:00 pm until 2:30 am BOTH NIGHTS!

Hope to see you there!!


PETE'S AT BOUNDARY STONE!!!!! Posted: May 2, 2017

I'm very pleased to announce that I'll be playing at the Boundary Stone, 116 Rhode Island Ave., NW, Washington DC, on Tuesday, May 23rd, from 9 till midnight. Hope to see you there!

Best wishes,


Now you can hear my new album, "Here's to Dreams Come True," on Spotify and on YouTube! You can also hear "The Kickball Song!"

Check it out!


PETE'S NEW ALBUM!!! Posted: Apr 10, 2017

I'm very pleased to announce I've released a new album of twelve songs entitled, "Here's to Dreams Come True." At present, only digital downloads are available through iTunes and I hope to have CDs available soon. In the meantime, give a listen at the following link:


PETE'S MUSIC ON JANGO.COM! Posted: Feb 11, 2017

Now, you can stream my music on! Just go to


PETE'S BACK AT THE TIMES! Posted: Jan 26, 2017
Greetings to All!

I'm happy to announce that I'll be back at Kelly's Irish Times for the following events:

1. Fundraiser for St. Patrick's Day Parade on February 26th;
2. Parade Day on March 12th; and
3. St. Patrick's Day on March 17, 2017.

I hope to see you there!

Happy New Year!

I'm very pleased to announce that I'll be returning to Kelly's Irish Times for the upcoming CUA Homecoming Weekend. I'll be playing on Thursday, Oct. 13th starting at 7:00 pm, and on Friday & Saturday, Oct. 14th & 15th, from 9:00 pm until 2:00 am. Come one, come all, I hope to see you there!

PETE'S IN SOLLER'S POINT Posted: Aug 6, 2016
I'm very pleased to announce that I have a role in a new film by Matt Porterfield entitled "Soller's Point," which stars Jim Belushi and McCaul Lombardi. I play a retired steel worker enjoying an afternoon of "Hearts" with associates, which features both Belushi and McCaul, when all hell breaks out. Quite an experience being with these two gentlemen! (See picture in Photos)

CHECK OUT MY NEW SONG! Posted: May 21, 2016



"Red, White +Brew" - Come join us for a celebration of all things grown and made right here in the DC area! Enjoy a variety of craft beers from four DC Brewers, paired with a specialty menu prepared by Chef Jeff Russell. A portion of each ticket sold benefits the DC Central Kitchen.

Pete performs from 6:30 until 8:30 pm. Purchase tickets at A portion of each ticket sold benefits the DC Central Kitchen.
Venue Phone: 202-547-8100
Cover: $65/person
Ages: over 21

MERCY STREET Posted: Jan 22, 2016
Just like to mention that I have a small part in the new PBS series, "Mercy Street" (that is, if it didn't end up on the cutting room floor!). I play the piano player (novel, huh!) for a trio of musicians playing for a formal dance. I think it'll be episode 4, Feb. 7th, at 10 pm on WETA. Check it out!

Happy New Year!

I'm pleased to announce that I'll be back at Kelly's Irish Times on Sunday, January 31st, 3:00 until 7:00 pm, for the St. Patrick's Day Parade Fundraiser. Prizes will be raffled off, Irish Dancers will dance, and maybe bagpipes will be playing featuring the Man with the Big Bass Drum! And tunes from yours truly as well.

It's always a fun afternoon for everyone, come one, come all!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Posted: Jan 2, 2016
Just like to say Happy New Year to all my friends and fans, and let you know that I'll be back at Times for the Parade Day Fundraiser 2016 on Sunday, Jan. 31st,. from 3 until 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there!

Here's an exit interview with Rasik Ohal, David Weaver, and yours truly after our last performance of "The Springfield Boys:"


I'm currently performing in a play about Lincoln, "The Springfield Boys," and it got a good review - 4 out of 5 stars:

Three more shows for July 17, 18, & 19.

I'm pleased to announce that I've been cast in a new play entitled, "The Springfield Boys," by local playright, Anthony Gallo. As an American history buff, I couldn't say no to accepting the role of William Herndon, Abraham Lincoln's law partner for 16 years and eyewitness biographer. Performance dates are July 10-12 and July 17-19 at the Greenbelt Arts Center in Greenbelt, MD. Come one, come all!

"URBAN GHOST" FILM Posted: Feb 2, 2015
Just wanted to let you know that you may now view a short film that I did entitled, "Urban Ghost," on YouTube. It's about thirty minutes long, written and directed by Terry Michael King. Note: "Make sure to dial in "Urban Ghost Part 1" and Urban Ghost Part 2" with that nomenclature, otherwise it doesn't come up."


Happy New Year! I'm pleased to announce that I'll be back at Kelly's Irish Times on Sunday, February 8th, from 3:00 until 7:00 pm, for the St. Patrick's Day Parade Fundraiser. Prizes will be raffled off, Irish Dancers will dance, and bagpipes will be playing featuring the Man with the Big Bass Drum! And tunes from yours truly as well. It's always a fun afternoon for everyone, and it's for a good cause.

I hope to see you there!

My Last Night at the Times Posted: Dec 27, 2014
I'd like to thank everyone for your responses to the Washington Post article, as well as for all your good wishes for my last regularly scheduled night at the Irish Times. The whole experience has been overwhelming, more than I could have ever expected. I've heard from so many friends, some of whom I haven't been in touch with for years. I can't thank you all enough!

For all who were there on Saturday night, I'm especially grateful to you for making it such a festive celebration of all the years we've had together. I was amazed by the fact that many of you came from places as far away as Chicago, St. Louis, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and...Kyrgyzstan! (shout out to John Patton, home for the holidays from the Peace Corps) -- just to be there. Now, almost a week later, I'm STILL basking in the afterglow of the event and expect that I will for a long time to come.

I'll be back at the Times for Parade Day (March 15th), St. Patrick's Day (March 17th), and for next year's CUA Homecoming Weekend. I hope to see you there. Until then, my heartfelt best wishes to you all for the New Year!


Link to the Washington Post article Posted: Dec 20, 2014
Here's the link for the on-line version of the article that appeared in the Washington Post, Dec. 20, 2014:

The Times, They Are A-Changin' Posted: Oct 1, 2014
To all my Friends & Fans:

This is to let you know that I'll be leaving Kelly's Irish Times at the end of this year. My last date is Saturday, December 20th. I want to thank Hugh Kelly, Brendan Kelly, and all of my Irish Times "family" I've had the pleasure of knowing and working with for all these years.

I'd like to say a special thanks to those of you who have followed me and become my friends and fans. I've enjoyed meeting you, getting to know many of you, and hope that we'll stay in touch. I plan to continue performing in the area after a break to "recharge my batteries." I'll be available for parties, weddings, and other occasions, too. Please check my website from time to time, or contact me directly for bookings or information about upcoming events. I also expect to continue working in Film and TV, as well as doing voiceover work whenever the opportunity arises.

Performing at the Times has been quite a ride, and I've had more fun than anyone has a right to expect. Technically speaking, it's not my last night there forever - I'm scheduled to play for Parade Day and St. Patrick's Day in 2015. But if you get a chance, it would be great to see you between now and December 20th.

With All Good Wishes,
Pete Papageorge

13th Annual "Page-to-Stage" Festival 2014 at Kennedy Center! Posted: Aug 27, 2014
I'll be in the The 13th Annual Page-to-Stage Festival 2014 "Page-to-Stage" playreading festival this weekend at the Kennedy Center reading a new play, "Wagner and Levi" by David L. McWellan. With actors, David A. Schmidt, Arthur Roach, Brian Shaw, Edna Boyle, and Erin Whalen.

Synopsis: Richard Wagner's attempt to have conductor Hermann Levi, the son of a Rabbi, be baptized before being allowed to conduct the opera Parsifal provokes a chain of events that almost leads to Wagner's downfall.

Monday, Sept. 1, 3:00 PM Terrace Gallery Kennedy Center 2700 F St NW, Washington, DC. No admission charge, open to all!

FUNDRAISER FOR SEAN HICKMAN - This Saturday, March 8th @ 4PM Posted: Mar 7, 2014
On March 5, 2013, Police Officer Sean Hickman was intentionally struck by a vehicle as he sat on his motorcycle in Southeast DC. Since then, Sean has undergone 14 surgeries and intense physical therapy. Sean and his family need financial support.

The Washington DC Renegade Pigs Motorcycle Club & the Capitol Area Law Enforcement Foundation have teamed up to help Sean and his family.

This Saturday, 3/8, from 4pm until 8pm, please come Kelly's Irish Times at 14 F St., NW and give your support. The $20 cover includes an open bar (beer & rail drinks). Proceeds to benefit Officer Sean Hickman. 50/50 Raffle. Auction items. Door prizes. Send donations to Sean Hickman, c/o Renegade Pigs, PO Box 10062, Manassas, VA 20110

SNOWED OUT!! Posted: Feb 14, 2014
Due to the snow, my dates this weekend at the Times (2/13-2/15) have been rescheduled for Feb. 27th thru Mar. 1st.

Apologies to all for any inconvenience, hope to see you soon.

Stay safe!


HAPPY NEW YEAR! Posted: Jan 2, 2014
Just want to say Happy New Year to all, and, once again, thank you for your many years of support - I hope to see you at the Irish Times in 2014!

Check out my Songs - I've uploaded five of my favorites for your listening pleasure. Also, something new: my Video Reel, featuring highlights from "HARD FIX," the pilot in which I played the lead, as well as clips from class work this past Summer/Fall at Studio Boh in Baltimore. Finally, my Voiceover Demos are on my homepage as well - if you're a producer, I'd love to hear from you!!

Very Best Wishes,
Pete Papageorge

We raised 15K at the fundraiser yesterday at the Times, but we're not done! If you'd like to make a contribution, it's not too late. Please send your donation to: Scott Williams, c/o Renegade Pigs, PO Box 10062, Manassas, VA 20110. Thank you!

This Saturday, from 4pm until 10pm, there will be a fundraiser at Kelly's Irish Times for the benefit of DC Police Officer, Scott Williams, who was severely injured pursuing the Navy Yard shooter on September 16, 2013. Although Officer Williams survived, his recovery will take time, and there are many unforeseen expenses on the horizon.

Plan to attend this Saturday in support of this worthy event, and please bring your friends and family as well. I'll be performing from 6pm until midnight. All proceeds will benefit Officer Williams. Suggested donation: $20/person.

Starting in July, my performances will be from 7:00pm until 12:00 midnight on THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS. Saturdays will remain unchanged. Hope to see you soon!

Meet Pete Papageorge, Capitol Hill Institution and Occasional On-Screen Badass Posted: Mar 4, 2013
Meet Pete Papageorge, Capitol Hill Institution and Occasional On-Screen Badass
Posted by Nico Dodd on Mar. 4, 2013 at 12:30 pm, Washington City Paper.

(reprinted with permission of the writer)

It's a Saturday night at Kelly's Irish Times on Capitol Hill, and Pete Papageorge is doing the same thing he's done for 28 years: getting ready to play music for a bunch of drunks.

He decides to open with an Irish bar song.

While local dives like Hawk ...n' Dove have undergone a noticeable spit shine in the last few years, Kelly's Irish Times still peddles some of the basic comforts of an Irish pub. Papageorge, the bar's longtime in-house musician, contributes a lot to its atmosphere. He's been called a human jukebox because he can play almost any song by ear, but he favors country, Irish songs, and classic rock. For his first set tonight, he sticks to classics like "Folsom Prison Blues," "Black Velvet Band," and "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da."

"I was never really a Top 40 type of dude," he says. He doesn't care much for crowd-pleasers, tending to stick to his own favorites. "I like songs ' that I happen to think work, that I personally like," he says. His repertoire might be as familiar as his face. When he's not playing golden oldies on the Hill, Papageorge works as an extra in film and TV. He's been a card-carrying member of the Screen Actor's Guild since 1999. Since then, he's appeared on HBO's Veep, the Netflix series House of Cards, and David Simon's The Corner (though his scene was cut from the final product, he says). He's also done a good amount of voiceover work: He lent his pipes to the Bethesda Softworks video game Fallout 3.

The night at Kelly's has been Papageorge's most consistent gig, but his tools have changed. On a recent Saturday, he was playing a new hollow-body Gretsch guitar. "I've been trying to get the right sound from it," he says of the flashy-sounding instrument. "I think I'm finally understanding it." The Gretsch was a gift from the bar for his 25th anniversary in October. Though, the anniversary was actually his 27th. Bartender J.R. Wolfensberger, who's worked at Kelly's since 1998, says Papageorge didn't have the heart to correct them.

From Papageorge's perch, he has a pretty good view of the room-a near panopticon of barroom bad behavior. Near the Big Buck Hunter and Golden Tee arcade games, a couple makes out to his version of Johnny Cash's "Walk the Line." Papageorge has probably seen a lot of making out-and some stuff he'd rather not discuss. "Sometimes, I see things and, I don't know, I'd really rather not comment on what I see because, honestly, I don't see that much," he says. Papageorge just wants to get the party started. He doesn't seem to take an interest in the boozy mating rituals playing out around him. He's been married to his wife, Gail, for 20 years. He made a point of calling her before our interview.

The singer/songwriter has a strict regimen. He takes multiple breaks during his sets. He's been a vegetarian since he was in his twenties, and he avoids alcohol. Wolfensberger says that's part of what makes Papageorge a different kind of bar musician. "Pete's not your typical bar entertainer who's been drinking for years while he's playing," he says.

"I get proper rest, proper food," says Papageorge. "I get some exercise, probably could use more. I always try to be a little bit health-conscious. I don't think you'd last long if you didn't take care of that. So I always try to be aware of it."

With St. Patrick's Day on the horizon, Papageorge is a little wary. "I understand it's really different in Ireland. It's not quite the big holiday that it is here. It's certainly a party. It's like New Years and Mardi Gras all together," he says.

The most distinctive part of Papageorge's sound is a harmonizing vocal effect he uses on some songs. He says he began using it four or five years ago. Over the years, he's tried out different tricks to keep his act fresh. The effect he's using now has an unusual sound-like Auto-Tune from another galaxy.

Last year, Papageorge starred in the pilot of a web series called Hard Fix. He played a guy named Declan Kelly, the fictional owner of a real bar-Kelly's Irish Times-who does dirty work for pols on Capitol Hill. But the acting jobs haven't taken him out of the music biz. He says he's got an album of original songs in the works. "I've been telling people that for years now, but it really is coming close," he says.

So it seems that Papageorge and Kelly's are inseparable-in all spheres of his life.

"People expect him to be here," said Wolfensberger. "I think he's become an institution."

Pete Papageorge plays at Kelly's Irish Times Thursdays, Fridays, and three Saturdays a month. Check his schedule at

2012 Wrap-Up - Thank You! Posted: Dec 29, 2012
What a year it's been! I want to thank everyone for my 25-year Anniversary party that was held at the Irish Times on October 13th. Thanks to everyone who came that night, as well as to everyone who sent in their congratulations and good wishes. What a great night! Special thanks to owner Brendan Kelly for the new Gretsch guitar (selected by RB); to manager Sean Ryan for all his efforts in bringing the night together; to artist Sean Anthony for creating the portrait of me which remains framed on the stage at the Irish Times; to Brian Gaffney for his musical tribute; to Mike (Dirk) McCann for his hilarious roast; and to entrepreneurs Maureen & Matt Weinert for creating the tee-shirts bearing my image that everyone was wearing when I got there. I felt celebrated and truly grateful. From my heart, thank you everyone!

Also, I'd like to thank everyone who attended the "Hard Fix" premiere at the Irish Times on November 18th. It was a glitzy affair, and I really appreciate everyone who came out, as well as those who've expressed their support and shared their excitement for the project. We're looking forward to a second screening in February, details to come soon.

Happy Holidays to all, and here's hoping that 2013 will be our best year ever!

See you soon,

"HARD FIX" Premiere - THIS SUNDAY Posted: Nov 15, 2012
Join me for the "Hard Fix" premiere, THIS Sunday evening, Nov. 18th, from 8pm until 11pm. Food, beverages, "Red Carpet," Q&A with cast and director, autographed headshots, live music, and, of course, the premiere screening of "Hard Fix." Contact Sean Ryan at Kelly's Irish Times (202)543-5433 for ticket information!"

25th Anniversary Celebration at the Times for Pete!!! Posted: Sep 30, 2012

On Saturday, October 13, 2012, starting at 9:00pm, there will be a celebration for Pete's twenty-five years performing at the Irish Times Restaurant, located at Number 14 F St., NW, Washington, DC, near the intersection of North Capitol St. and Mass Avenue, NW.

Commemorative tee shirts will be on sale which, in part, will benefit "Suited for Change," a charity dedicated to assisting low-income women entering the workforce. Also, there will be musical performances featuring Pete and other performers in tribute to Pete's music; a "celebrity roast;" the presentation of a framed portrait; a special presentation; and the introduction of a new cocktail named in Pete's honor! Come and join the fun - I hope to see you there!

UPDATE: HARD FIX TEASER Posted: Aug 7, 2012
Greetings! Following is the link for "The Hard Fix" teaser - check it out!!


UPDATE: "THE HARD FIX" - WRAPS TONIGHT! Posted: Jul 31, 2012
Well, we wrapped tonight what will become part of a trailer which will be out soon. It's been a fun experience overall, and I'm looking forward to seeing the finished product. Stay tuned! The website will be up VERY soon, and we already have a Facebook profile.

Please like us on Facebook!!


I'm really excited! I've just been cast in a leading role in a new webisode entitled, "HARD FIX," written, directed, & produced by Aaron Mullins. It's about life "in the shadow of the Capitol of the free world," as I like to say. We'll be filming the first scenes this week - stay tuned!

UPDATE: FOOT SURGERY Posted: Jan 4, 2012
Happy New Year to all!! I had foot surgery over the holidays, so I can keep better time tapping my foot! I hope to be back the second week of January - I'll still be wearing my surgical boot; come see me keep time with that!

Hope it'll be a great year for us all!


"THE ELEPHANT MAN" - Free Staged Reading, Monday, Oct. 24th! Posted: Oct 18, 2011

I'm happy to announce that I'm part of the cast for a free staged reading of "The Elephant Man" by Bernard Pomerance, directed by Evan Crump, this coming Monday evening, October 24th, at 7:30 at The Spooky Universe Theatre at the Actors' Center, 1810 16th St NW, in the Universalist National Memorial Church on 16th & S Streets, NW, Washington, DC. Reception follows. Please RSVP to: if you'd like to attend - we'd love to have you come!

The Elephant Man" is based on the life of John Merrick, who lived in London during the latter part of the nineteenth century. A horribly deformed young man, who has been a freak attraction in traveling side shows, Merrick is found abandoned and helpless and is admitted for observation to Whitechapel, a prestigious London hospital. Under the care of a famous young doctor, who educates him and introduces him to London society, Merrick changes from a sensational object of pity to the urbane and witty favorite of the aristocracy and literati. But his belief that he can become a man like any other is a dream never to be realized.

Evan Crump teaches acting at Bowie State University and has performed with many local companies including the Kennedy Center (Talbott in 'The Other Room'), WSC Avant Bard (Lord Rivers in 'Richard III'), American Century Theater (Richard Miller in 'Ah, Wilderness!'), Keegan Theatre (Jason in 'False Romance'), Georgetown Theatre Company (Giovanni in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore'), First Stage (Bernard in 'Don't Dress for Dinner'), Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (Fabian in 'Twelfth Night') and Active Cultures Theater (Vigo Jansen in 'The Resurrectionist King'). The only thing that winds him up as much as theater is Terrapin basketball.

See you there!

Hi there, you fans of USA Network's "Covert Affairs." In an upcoming episode (#212), yours truly will be seen on the mall in DC furtively 'leaving a mark' on a mailbox (look closely, it may be quick!).

But don't go looking for the mailbox; it won't be there (something about it being a security issue). They brought it in just for the scene!


RE: HURRICANE IRENE Posted: Aug 29, 2011
I wanted to express my apologies to those who may have come to the Irish Times on Saturday, Aug. 27th. I stayed close to home that night due to the threat of the storm - I hope you understand.

The date has been rescheduled for Sept. 9th - hope to see you again soon!


(Due to tropical storm, Irene, the concert date has been changed to September 25, 2011. Time and location remain the same - see below.)

My friend and co-writer, Roger Henderson, passed away in the early evening hours of July 29, 2011. This concert event is being held to help raise funds to cover Roger's funeral expenses and to help the family. Roger's wife, Diane, was recently diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing daily radiation and chemotherapy. Because of this, she is unable to work at this time.

I'll be playing at 3:00PM. Please come and spread the word about the concert.

When: Sunday, September 25, 2011 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Jammin' Java Music Club & Cafe, 227 Maple Avenue East, Vienna, VA 22180 Phone: 703-255-1566
Cost: $10 Donation at the door.

Performers include:

BILL DANOFF (writer of "Take Me Home Country Roads" & "Afternoon Delight") * MARY ANN REDMOND * Dusty Rose * Chad Lash * Tom Lofgren (brother of Nils Lofgren, who plays w/Bruce Springsteen) * Carey Colvin and Granger Helvey * Skip Henderson * Matt Holsen * Jack Bond * Pete Papageorge * Ron Goad * Renee Moyer * Tom Blood * and a very special performance by Roger's daughter, Galen.

Roger's song, "Penny to My Name," was recorded by the late Eva Cassidy. It received global recognition. You can buy Roger's CDs at the concert or online at CD Baby.

"URBAN GHOST" on YouTube Posted: Aug 3, 2011
"Urban Ghost," a movie produced and directed by Terry M. King and starring yours truly, is now available for viewing on YouTube. It's in two parts at the following links:

Urban Ghost - Part 1:

Urban Ghost - Part 2:


MY MUSIC ON CD BABY Posted: Jun 13, 2011

You can now download some of my songs from Just key in 'pete papageorge' and my tunes are there with more to come...


Starting May 19, 2011, you'll be able to download another one of my songs from iTunes, Rhapsody, and many more. So far, you can download the following:

1. "The Kickball Song" aka, "Everybody Loves Kickball"
2. "Down by the Riverside"


SPRING UPDATE - MAY 2011 Posted: May 11, 2011
Greetings to everyone!

In addition to playing at the Times, I wanted to update you on some things I've been busy with:

- I worked on the pilot of a new comedy series called "VEEP" starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Happy to say it's been picked up by HBO and they've scheduled ten more episodes to be shot in the DC area in the fall!

- I worked on an HBO Movie of the Week called "Game Change" with Ed Harris and Julienne Moore. Not sure when it'll air since they're still shooting it. It's about the campaign of John McCain & Sarah Palin. You may be able to see me onstage with the principals!

- I recently narrated a video for the Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA). The animation is great, ckeck it out at:

- I also did another narration for the National Fisheries Institute; I'll post that information when I get it.

Happy Spring!

I'm very sorry for all the recent changes in my schedule. Unfortunately, my mother had a stroke recently and then passed away on Sunday, April 3rd. I hope to be back on schedule starting on April 14th.

Thanks for your understanding.


I'm very please to announce that I won the 2010 Gold Peer Award in the "Classic" category for a voiceover I did for a promotional for the National Guard. The Peer Awards are held each year and National Press Club. It was truly a memorable and exciting night!

You can hear my submission - just click "Songs" and the click "I Am the Guard."

"THE KICKBALL SONG" - now on iTUNES Posted: Oct 23, 2010
"The Kickball Song," aka, "Everybody Loves Kickball," is now available for download at iTunes. Download your copy today!

November 13, 2010 Posted: Oct 17, 2010
My apologies to those expecting me to be at the Times on Saturday, Nov. 13th. I'll be attending the Peer Awards ceremony this year which will be held at the National Press Club. Should be fun!

MOVIE TRAILERS FOR NASA Posted: Sep 25, 2010
I just completed four movie trailers for NASA this past week with director, Aaron E. Shirley. I'm ready to do more!

I'm happy to announce that I've been given a part in a new movie entitled "American Country." I'll play a bad guy, who holds up a convenience store and then kidnaps the leading lady with a buddy, played by Peter Stray. The movie also features Joe Hansard, Ken McNaughton, and Jean Hudson Miller. It'll be filmed in the DC area.

The movie is directed by Dan Bell and produced by Jonathan Barad. They'll be going location hunting next week from the 19th to the 23rd for the opening scenes. They're hunting for a sleek looking office, a parking garage - (hopefully with a view of the Capitol building) and a rural auto garage. If anyone has any leads, by all means let me know.

That's about it for right now. We'll most likely begin shooting within the next 6 weeks. Stay tuned!


PETE WINS A PEER AWARD! Posted: Nov 19, 2009
I was delighted to learn that I won a Peer Award (Bronze) for On-Camera Dramatic (male) for an industrial video I acted in for the US Post Office. The video was produced and directed by Aaron E. Shirley.

The DC Peer Awards ceremony is held yearly in order to recognize outstanding work created by area professionals and is one of the most celebrated social events of the year. Sponsored by TIVA-DC, it was held at the National Press Club on Saturday, Nov. 14th. Industry peers vote on submissions in a variety of categories to determine the winners. For info about the Peer Awards and more, visit

NEW PICTURES - MEMORIAL DAY 2008 Posted: Jun 22, 2009
Check out the new pictures of yours truly standing in for Rodney Atkins at the dress rehearsal for the 2008 Memorial Day Concert. The little girls in front wanted to know if I was Rodney. Sadly, I had to tell them no...

The pictures are compliments of my friend, Michael Colbert, of Capitol Concerts.

Thanks, Michael!

"SALT" W/ANGELINA JOLIE Posted: Jun 14, 2009
Just did two days background in the new movie, "Salt," with Angelina Jolie. At one point, I was inches away from her - she's just a little thing!

But one tough cookie - she did her own stunt, a little flip over a railing 30 feet high with her hands handcuffed and joined by a short chain, which she used to break the neck of the agent sitting on a bench who set her up(she was in a harness which prevented her from falling to the floor). All of us witnessing this broke out into applause which drew a big smile from the star. Make no mistake, she earns her money.

PETE ON AMW!!! Posted: Jun 6, 2009
Several of my friends have let me know that they saw me playing a juror in a recent episode of "America's Most Wanted" filmed at the courthouse in Rockville.

You can watch the episode of by visiting this website; It's also available on but a player must be installed before you can watch. Click this link to visit our show page on

UPDATE: FALLOUT 3 (DLC) Posted: Apr 21, 2009
Attention Gamers: The third edition of FALLOUT 3 (downloadable content) will be available May 5th. Read all about it at the following link:

PETE'S ON JANGO.COM Posted: Apr 16, 2009
Just signed up to have one of my songs play on "," an internet radio station. If 50 of my friends & fans go to the website and say you like my music, I can be part of the regular rotation. Check it out at:

FALLOUT 3 - GDC GAME OF THE YEAR!!! Posted: Apr 1, 2009
Attention Gamers:

Read all about it at the following link:

"ON TAP" MAGAZINE ARTICLE Posted: Mar 16, 2009
Just in case you haven't gotten a copy of the March 2009 "On Tap" magazine, following is the link to the article in which yours truly gets a very nice write-up - check it out!

Just did more recording for "downloadable content" for you fans of FALLOUT 3 which will be available around the end of March.

I have a new character: "SPLIT JACK"

Stay tuned!


TAKING OFF ON MARCH 7TH Posted: Feb 3, 2009
Hi, Guys:

I'll be taking off March 7 from the Times in order to attend the Apple Pie Reunion that night. I'll be making up the date on Saturday, March 14.

See you then!

UPDATE: FALLOUT 3 Posted: Jan. 12, 2009
In addition to being the voice of the security guard in Tenpenny Tower, I'm also the voices for the characters Paladin Vargas, Chief Gustavo, and Lucky Harith, the Caravan Trader - here's a link:

My friend, Wes Johnson, who plays Mr. Burke/Fawkes/Protectron, told me that Fallout 3 has already grossed more than the Dark Knight.


12-second video Posted: Nov 2, 2008
Hey there, friends & fans:

My brother found a 12-second video of me playing a snatch of the "Unicorn Song" at the 2008 ShamRockFest for your viewing pleasure at the following link:

But, you gotta look quick!

REVIEW OF FALLOUT 3 Posted: Jul 15, 2008
Hey there, you Gamers:

From the August 2008 edition of "GamePro" magazine:

"Dealing with the consequences of your actions is a central theme in Fallout and... is definitely karmic. Whenever you're faced with a decision, you'll be able to act good, neutral, or evil, and every choice you make can affect the endgame. With over 200 variant endings, that's one hell of a lot of important decisions. Fallout 3 is set to be one of the must-experience RPGs of the year. We'll definitely be playing."

ANOTHER NEW VIDEO GAME Posted: Jun 22, 2008
Hello, Gamers:

Last week, I did the voice for a "Latin Lover" named "Gustabo" for a new video game due out in the fall. It's called, "The AMF Bowling World Tour."

It's G-rated, family-friendly entertainment. Lot of fun - check it out!

Best wishes,

ATTENTION ALL GAMERS Posted: May 14, 2008
I just finished doing voiceovers for a new videogame due out in October called, "Fallout 3." It's set in the DC area and it's about "survival of the fittest" after a nuclear bomb.

It was a lot of fun to do; I had several roles and 1,868 lines!

You can get more info about the game at


Hey, Everybody:

I'm going to be involved in the Memorial Day Capitol Concert rehearsal. In addition to reading introductions via the teleprompter, I'll be standing in for Rodney Atkins, who'll be appearing on the concert, and singing one of his songs, "If You're Going Through Hell." I'll be there all day, but the dress rehearsal will be the evening of Saturday, May 24. Hope to see you there!


"I AM THE GUARD" Posted: Nov 24, 2007
I'm very proud to present a new promotion for The National Guard movie, soon to be in theaters everywhere. I'm the voice on this promotion; you can hear it at my website under "Songs" or at the following link:

For more information about the movie, go to

NEW SONG ADDED Posted: Nov 8, 2007
I'm very pleased to offer a new version of one of my songs, a reggae-influenced version of "Fundamentally Blue" for your listening enjoyment. I'm happy with the way it turned out and hope you'll like it as well. Give it a listen and let me hear back from you!


Film: "Step Up 2" Posted: Aug 22, 2007
Just wanted you to know that if you see a familiar form in a light colored hat cuttin' the rug w/a sassy salsa step, it may be none other than yours truly! We filmed it a couple of weeks ago in a Baltimore alley. "Romantic sparks occur between two dance students from different backgrounds at the Maryland School of the Arts." It's scheduled for release on Valentine's Day, 2008. Check it out!!!!

Songs in Films! Posted: May 21, 2007
One of my songs, "Theme for Gailie," will be featured in an upcoming indie film entitled, "A Cabin in Time." The film is a love story with a ghost lover who travels between past & present. I'll have more info about the film later.

Also, a song written by my friend, Tom Ponton, with yours truly singing, is featured in a new indie film, "The Merger" - it's called, "I Just Want to Get Lucky Tonight."

You can hear both songs by clicking the "Songs" tab.

Happy Spring! Posted: Mar 19, 2007
Come on sunshine and warm weather, I'm ready for it! It was a great St. Patrick's Day at the Times in spite of the cold wind and wet weather. I managed to win a part in a new Maryland Lotto TV ad soon to air - that's me in the hat with all my actor friends! Hope to see you at the Times soon, and if you're in Bethesda on April 10, I'll be at Flanagan's - see you then!

A Voice for Atiku Abubakar Posted: Apr 14, 2006

Recently, I did a political ad for a presidential candidate in Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar. Let me know if you happen to hear it!

Man, am I glad to see the nice weather finally arrive...

Happy Spring!

"The Kickball Song" Posted: Feb 13, 2006
The Kickball Song is now available for downloads from the following companies:
Apple iTunes, MusicNet, Music Is Here, Inprodicon, Destra. You can also download it from my website as well - click "Songs/VO Demos" to find it!

Best wishes,

Pete's Voiceover Demos Posted: Feb 6, 2006
Greetings one and all! Hope everyone is progressing into 2006 with grace... and style!

A number of people have asked me about my voiceover work, so I thought I'd put my demos up for your review - click on "Songs/VO Demos." If you'd like more info, please contact me... I'm ready to be the voice for YOU!

Also, I've added a NEW song to the list: "(It's Not Really)A Bad World" - see if you don't agree!

See you soon!

Happy New Year! Posted: Jan 1, 2006
I'd just like to wish everyone a very happy, healthy, prosperous 2006! Most of all, I wish everyone the experience of true peace.

Sincere best wishes,

More Songs - Downloads! Posted: Dec 1, 2005
Greetings once again!

In addition to changing the color of my website to reflect the season, I've added some new songs to the list - all of them available for downloads!!

Please check out a seasonal favorite, "Amway Christmas," co-written with my friend, Tom Ponton. The other new adds are "Fundamentally Blue" and "On A Very Dark Day," a song inspired by Van Gogh's "Wheatfield with Crows" painting.

I hope you enjoy the songs, as well as the new features of the website. I look forward to your comments. Happy Holidays!


P.S. Click on the song's title for lyrics and credit info.

Welcome to my website! Posted: Nov 24, 2005
Hello to all my friends! I hope you like my new website; it has some features I hope you'll enjoy. Included are my Bio & Events pages, which you're already familiar with. But the newest feature is that I have some of my songs posted for your listening pleasure! The songs are streamable right now, but soon they'll be available as downloads. So, stay tuned!

I'm still working on the site to get some other features activated, so keep checking back to see what's new. I'll be adding new songs & pictures as well.

As always, thanks for your support and friendship - it's a pleasure to see you!