coming up with... Vanilla Fudge, Vince Martell, Carnaby Street,
Loretta Hagen, and The Kootz, check the schedule!
starting to get busy! The 2018 Vanilla Fudge Tour will be in full
swing starting in May, and starting in July will be headlining this
year's Hippiefest 2018 Tour. Pete will be playing in April with good
friend Loretta Hagen, it's been too many years. The regular Carnaby
St. shows are here too, plus a few back with The Kootz.
is loving his collection of MTD basses, and recently picked up a new
Kingston CRB 5 string fretless.... Check out MTD
Fudge was on another cruise, the Rock Legends 2018 cruise, and has
signed already for yet another one in 2019, details to follow....
Fudge released the Live at Sweden Rock CD/DVD package!
it is with mixed emotions that I announce I have left the Cactus
band. After a great five year run, I felt it was time to move on to
my new project, Bremy Guenther Dente. Jim, Jimmy and Randy were and
are fantastic to work with and remain good friends, and of course I
will still work with Carmine in Vanilla Fudge which is getting busier
and busier making it more difficult for me to do both. I wish to
extend my truly heartfelt thanks to all the Cactus fans who accepted
me when Tim retired. Love to all, God bless, Merry Christmas, Happy
Chanukah, and Happy New Year. See you with the Fudge and Carnaby
St." - Pete Bremy
Clinic, March 15,
50th Anniversary Tour - 2017, see Schedule page!
FUDGE - New album, The Spirit of '67, releaseed March 3, 2015!
original members Vince Martell, Mark Stein, and Carmine Appice with
Pete Bremy on bass.
March 28, 2011 Pete appeared with the Fudge on the Jimmy Fallon Show!
Bremy "Working Bassist" Instructions. For
you bassists, Pete is now offering instructions for the bassist who
wants to work. Lessons will be offered in his West Milford, New
Jersey studio. Click
here for details....
DAY with legendary bass luthier Michael Tobias
at Sam Ash Music, 155 West 48th St., New York, NY on
Thursday August 20, 2009 was a big success! Pete and players such as
Patrick Pfeiffer, Joe Montalbano, Susan Sterne, Booker King and
Malcom Gold were there to promote Mike's MTD
Kingston Series basses. There were also surprise visits by
Bakithi Kumalo and Larry Hartke.
Paul Rizzo Photo
National Rock Con, Sheraton Meadowlands, NJ 2010