Peter Augustine Noone was born on 9 September 1963.

He has played bass since he was 16. As he puts it, he likes all kinds of influences and plays various musical styles.

After The Cross disbanded, he joined Jonathan Perkins’ band Miss World touring the U.S.A supporting
Shakespeare’s Sister. Pete has done session work for Mick Ronson, Roger Daltrey, The Pretenders and Joe Elliot from Def Leppard.

He currently plays with Eddie Jordan in his band Eddie and the Robbers. In 2002 – 2006 he played with Eddie’s V10. These bands played grand prix circuits gigs, charity gigs and corporate functions. He also played with Peter Bruntnell, a singer/songwriter signed to Rondor and Almo Records (recorded 3 albums including “Camelot in Smithereens” [1997] , toured in UK). He was a bassist with Joseph Dean Osgood and The Trellicks (naming themselves West London Rock n Roll Band) and bands like Lowcraft and The Pernice Brothers.

He composed music for several BBC, Living and Channel 4 programmes.

He has a small studio at home and produce his own dance music.