Peetah Sancho’s Short Biography

Peter Ingram, more popularly known as Peetah Sancho, is a roots-reggae singer who hails from the Lyndhurst Road area in Kingston, Jamaica. In the late 1970s he moved to Paterson, New Jersey, where he re-established himself, honed his songwriting skills and created his own record label, Tri Yard Music.

He began recording in the 1980’s, cutting a version of Jimmy Cliff’s “Sitting in Limbo” for producer Clifton Lawrence. Most of his time in the music business however, has been as producer. Over the years he has produced songs by acts such as Mr. Lexx, Redd Foxx and several other established and emerging artists all for his Tri Yard music imprint.

Unfortunately, Sancho decided to take a break from music in 2016. The hiatus from the music industry only lasted for four years, as he made a return to the scene with several major releases in 2020. Since the start of the year he has published four stunning tracks: : “Roses,” “When The Trumpet Blows,” “I&I” and “Agent Of The Heart.”

Sancho and his team are now actively promoting the aforementioned songs, while simultaneously preparing for potential shows and tours following the containment of covid19.

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