|On or from||Untill||Description||Activity leads to release of|
|1991-04-25||.||Plays at the Jimi Hendrix Tribute Concert (Live in E-werk Koln, Germany)|
|1991-..-..||1991-..-..||Recording with Midge Ure||Pure|
|1991-..-..||1991-..-..||Recording with and producing for Juan Wells||Serenade|
Recording with the Who the song Saturday Night's Alricht For Fighting, for release the Who's participation on the Elton John Tribute 'Two Rooms'.The Who do not record it together. Pete and drummer Simon Phillips record their part at Eel Pie Studios. Producer Jon Astley is displeased with Simon's work and replaces it with a programmed drum machine. The track is then sent off to Revolution Studios for Roger and John to lay in their parts. While there they are filmed for a music video and interview segments to be included in a later video release.
|1991-08-10||Does a clinic "live in Skokie", United States, Illinois|
Performing masterclasses at the Drummers Institute, Germany, Düsseldorf
(some resourses mention 09-27 till 09-30 as dates for the masterclasses.
Photo made by Frank Martin
|1991-..-..||1991-..-..||Has Charlie Watts (Roling Stones Drummer) recording at his White House Studios. Also present was Jack Bruce. Untill present it is unknown to us for what release these recordings were made. Might it be Ronnie Wood's 'Slide on This'?|
|1991-..-..||1991-..-..||Is supposed to have formed a band with Jon Fiore and Jed Leiber. Within this project some songs have been written.||Original Demo's|
|1991-10?-..||Plays at an Italian drum masterclass organized by Mokke's Drum and Mogar Music|
|1991-10-17||.||Plays at the Guitar Legends Festival, Spain, Seville, La Cartuja Auditorium|
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