Peter Fung - Biography

Peter Fung

Peter Fung, a retired GP, was born in UK but spent all his formative years in Trinidad. He has been playing the guitar and singing since he was seven, and has played on several albums, including two of his own music.

Music runs in his family – his wife, Dilly, sings and his daughter and son in-law are both musicians. Over the years, Peter has performed music in the UK and abroad, in far-flung places such as Trinidad & Australia. His UK performances include folk clubs, functions, events, concerts and as guest solo artist for "La-La" Choirs.

For the past 40 plus years he has been a church worship leader. While continuing to write, play & sing Christian songs (as his first love in music) Peter has branched out in recent years to explore an eclectic mix of more secular material. His playing style is unique, with elements of jazz, classical and Latin.

His venture into "Misty Roses" is a first for him!

  • Hi Sue, We were at the Grove in Seaton on Weds & loved your spot. Your voice is very special - we could have listened to you both all night, and were hugely impressed by Peter's guitar playing too.

    Elizabeth Knowles - Grove in Seaton

  • To add cream to the cake, Sue King brought along her duo with Pete Fung, which she has evocatively named "Misty Roses", and they provided a couple of excellent support slots which impressed the audience a great deal, and no doubt this collaboration will go from strength to strength. We had the biggest audience of the year.

    Peter & Hilary - Jurassic Folk & Acoustic News

  • I was privileged enough to be at the birth of Misty Roses. Their voices blend beautifully with Peters gentle tones supporting Sue's very pure Soprano with a touch of soul. A versatile duo, they could accompany a candlelit dinner in a restaurant or a knees up in a pub. It's so wonderful to hear confident harmonies and songs sung with feeling. As a professional I wouldn't hesitate in recommending them. And I am a fussy Madam!

    Sam Abrahams, Jazz/Soul Performer & MD of 'La-La' Choirs South West