Peter Hook
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1956-02-13
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Peter Hook Biography (Wikipedia)

Peter Hook (born 13 February 1956) is an English bass player, co-founder of the post-punk band Joy Division along with Bernard Sumner in the mid-1970s.

He is also a musician, singer, DJ, nightclub owner and author. Following the death of Joy Division lead singer Ian Curtis, the band reformed as New Order, and Hook played bass with them until 2007. The band has since reformed without him. He has also recorded an album with Revenge (One True Passion), two albums with Monaco (Music for Pleasure and Monaco) and one album with Freebass (It's a Beautiful Life) as bassist, keyboardist and lead vocalist. He is currently lead vocalist and bassist for Peter Hook and the Light.

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