“Peter Healy has a raw, earthy vocal style that will leave you breathless. His presentation vocally is exceptional, his vocal style is sexy and laid back but make no mistake, this singer has a strong and captivating
sound. He has a natural tone that will evoke goose pimples on your arm. Peter Healy is well loved by everyone who hears his work. Don't even get me started on his guitar abilities!
This man sets fire to his guitar when he picks that thing up. He is brilliant and it certainly shows on "Mr. Quint". Lyrically Peter has the Midas touch, giving us strong and addicting story
lines. Completely believable and interesting.
Peter Healy definitely delivers on his new creation "Mr. Quint".”
“THE BOY WAS BACK IN TOWN: They say time flies when you are having fun... I know a few people who will be recovering from a mach 10 week-end. The magic may be in the music but it is also in the company of good friends and laughter. The Spring wind did not detract from the obvious... Peter Healy has been missed. Two of the gigs over the week end had no shortage of CD sales, fans and interested newcomers alike. The icing on the cake was the Sunday gig at The Sails Stage at The Entrance. A sea of smiles, tapping feet, dancing children and extremely happy shop owners enjoyed an exceptionally vibrant performance from Peter Healy, King Rhythm and David 'Krusty' Underwood, who were, Peter Healy's 'Big Rhythm'. With some brilliant new songs and the well known Healy classics, Big Rhythm closed another glorious Central Coast week-end for hundreds of locals and visitors alike. Mr Healy has laid down some new tracks on an unpolished recording in Queensland. If the few new songs we heard this week”
WHAT'S ON CENTRAL COAST
“Memorial Park Stage - Water Festival
The biggest recent instalment yet that I have seen of Peter Healy's BIG RHYTHM, in fact it was huge rhythm! At one time there were seven performers giving their all. The line-up for this exceptional version of big rhythm included the mercurial Peter Healy on guitar, and vocals; Phil King on djembes and rhythm percussion; Bill Robinson on bass; Dave Ward on sax; Lenny Sawyer on drums and the effervescent David “Krusty” Underwood on keyboards. It would be remiss not to mention also an excellent vocal performance by Mr. Sawyer Senior on the song "Train" with Peter Healy. Wonderful entertainment. We are so blessed to have these guys on our own doorstep.
WHAT'S ON CENTRAL COAST
"Support Peter Healy - He Rocks!!"
What's On Central Coast
Well constructed and performed"
— Australian Society of Songwriters
"Too Funky For a White Guy"
— SCALA Festival of Original Music