2019 Record Breaking Year for GFAC


Happy 2020!!! I want to take a moment to thank everyone for their continued support and love toward finding a cure for ALS. This year, in 2019, there was close to $35,000 donated to Project ALS on behalf of Guitarforacure.com. There is not better feeling.

Its clear that there is some amazing work being done by Project ALS…and that the Prosetin clinical trials are going to be underway soon. I could not thank everyone enough from the bottom of my heart to know that we all can help raise awareness for a cure and such a monumental step towards a drug for human testing.

2020 will be another amazing year…with new music, live shows and more awareness driving for Project ALS. Check back and please know how much i value each and everyones love and support!

XO – Peter

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What Others Have To Say

"A Flickering Light" is the sweet celebration of the electric guitar. The record delivers clear and beautiful melodies on a silver platter. Peter's love for the instrument is obvious in the language his fingers speak."


"This cd totally f**king blew me away. It gave me the chills."

-Randy Gregg (Thin Lizzy, Dee Snider, Almost Queen)

"This cd is a combination of melodies and powerful guitar playing. All with amazing tone and production. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this cd ...all with a great cause in mind. Check it out."

- Eddie Head (Hajis Kitchen, Shrapnel Artist)

"People...wake up, this cd kicks ass and is for a great cause! Its awesome!!"

- Bruce Bouillet (Racer X, The Scream, Solo Artist)

"Peter is our real life Guitar Hero....making a difference every day!!!"

- Meredith Estess (President, Project ALS)