Peter Fellows did much of his growing up at Portsmouth Grammar School and sang as a treble in Portsmouth Cathedral Choir in the mid 1970s, before later spending 3 years there on the back row pretending valiantly to be a bass. He was a choral scholar at Gonville & Caius College in Cambridge in the early 1980s where he was gradually converted, through varying shades of baritone, to a low-ish tenor, a frequency range to which he has clung, with varying degrees of desperation, ever since.
Having spent some time in Chichester Cathedral Choir in the early 1990s, his singing was then side-lined for the rest of that decade while he got married, had children, and spent quite a lot of time being a lawyer. Since the turn of the current century he has been a member of the Ashton Singers (based in Winchester) and is a deputy lay clerk in Winchester, Chichester, and Portsmouth Cathedral Choirs, and most recently has become part of the Nelson Consort.
He also plays keyboards in two award-winning local rock bands, which explains a lot about his hearing. As a rock ‘n roll legend, he is of course often on the road, normally the A32.