Hall of Fame
Red Peters is an advocate and the "go to" guy for uncensored comedy music. Besides recording his own best selling comedy albums (Oglio Comedy), “I Laughed, I Cried, I Fudged My Undies!” in 1995, containing the comedy classics, “Blow Me (You Hardly Even Know Me)”, “How’s Your Whole… Family?”, “The Ballad Of A Dog Named Stains”, “You Promised The Moon (But I Preferred Uranus)”, and “Holy Shit, It’s Christmas!”, and his 2000 follow up, “Ol’ Blue Balls Is Back!” featuring the tunes, “Let’s Do It Doggy Style (So We Can Both Watch TV)”, “The Spelling Song”, the “I Wanna Polka Polka”, “The Closing Song (Get The Fuck Outta Here!)”, “Use Your Hand”, and “You Ain’t Gettin’ Shit For Christmas!” . His subsequent singles, “I Can’t Say These Things”, which Howard Stern adopted as his anthem for his struggle with the FCC in the waning days before leaving terrestrial radio, and his popular follow-up, “When I Jerkoff, I Think Of You” with The Alan Pinchloaf Singers. In 2010, Red released two Christmas singles. "Have A Wonderful Hawaiian Christmas" and "The Chrsitmas Gift", a tender holiday duet with Margaret Cho. Red entertains millions on his Sirius XM Satellite Radio program, The Red Peters Comedy Music Hour on Howard 101, showcasing hidden, rare, undiscovered, uncut and uncensored comedy music talent. The Red Peters Song Snatch podcast features a new, funny and filthy song by a variety of artists from the US and Canada every week in 5 minutes or less! Red's other albums include, “The Best Of The Red Peters Comedy Music Hour, Vol.