Peter Lamont began playing the trombone at school aged 14. He decided to make music his career and upon leaving school became an army bandsman. Aged 16 Peter attended the Royal Military School of Music Kneller Hall and was the youngest musician ever, from his regiment, to be given that opportunity. Whilst serving in the military Peter played in various civilian bands, he also worked in a pit orchestra for a local theatre, whilst stationed in Salisbury Wiltshire and played in a jazz band that was popular in the area. Peter travelled the world as an army musician serving in the Far East, Berlin, Cyprus and West Germany, as it was then. After spending 12 years in the military as a musician Peter resigned from the service, deciding to try his hand in the then booming British music industry. He quickly became established, touring and recording with several household names including Desmond Dekker, Maxi Priest and Memphis Blues Legend Rufus Thomas. Peter also worked as a recording session musician and played on many Albums, in 2012 he played on the massive hit ‘Feel The Love’ by ‘Rudimental’ that reached number one in the pop charts staying there throughout the Olympics. In 2007 Peter decided to take up teaching and gained a teaching qualification at South Thames College.