Peterson Worrell - Writer

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Peterson Worrell (Petee to most, or Pete if you're feeling extra succinct) has a musical palette that is as predictable as Georgia weather. His range of favorite artists span from MF DOOM and Black Flag to TV On The Radio and Weezer. After having grown up in Macon's music scene and experiencing a wide array of musical influences there, he moved to Atlanta to pursue a career in Pharmacy at Mercer University. While in Atlanta, Petee also began to find his niche in that musical scene by delving into photography of local and touring acts that performed in the city, mostly in the East Atlanta area. It was then that he also began to discover his love of punk and indie rock through bands such as Knapsack, The Coathangers, and Jawbreaker.

Currently, Petee lives in Savannah, GA and is a clinical pharmacist for one of the hospitals in town. His passion outside of pharmacy still includes photography, along with performing with his own band. When he's not at work, odds are that he can be found at a show in town or at home giving some of his favorite records a spin while editing shots from a show earlier that week.

Peterson Worrell's Latest Contributions

Between Symmetries – Movetur

Peterson weighs in on Savannah-based rock act Between Symmetries’ newest EP, ‘Movetur’

The Wrecking Ball 2015: Review + Photo Gallery

THE WRECKING BALL celebrated 25 years of live music at The Masquerade, one of Atlanta’s iconic music venues and included performances from Coheed & Cambria, Thrice, and many more

Savannah Stopover 2015: Review + Photos

SAVANNAH STOPOVER 5 was the biggest and best yet, featuring more than 90+ acts around the city for one unforgettable weekend! We’re already counting down the days until next year!

Savannah Stopover 2014: Review & Photo Gallery

Enjoy a full review of one of the biggest events in the Southeast of 2014, Savannah Stopover!

INTERVIEW: Leverage Models

Pulled from our archives from Savannah Stopover earlier this year, enjoy a featured interview with NYC-based act LEVERAGE MODELS

Savannah Stopover 2014 – March 8th – Preview

Savannah Stopover 2014 winds up on Saturday, March 8th! Here’s what not to miss – including Peelander Z, TORRES, Ex Hex, and more!

Savannah Stopover 2014 – March 6th – Preview

We’re excited to be returning to Savannah Stopover (Mar. 6th-8th) for the 4th annual festival! Peterson previews his Thursday night highlights here – including Wye Oak, Kylesa, Bear Hands, and more!

Multiplexor – “Some New Air”

“Some New Air certainly does a good job at living up to its name. . .” -PW

Left of the Dial – “Idly By”

Worrell says “Idly By” is a solid effort, but fails to stand out in the post-hardcore genre. Do you agree?