Peter Breinholt began writing songs at age 11 and sang with bands in high school and college.In 1993 he tracked 12 of his own songs and the resulting album, "Songs About the Great Divide" became the best-selling, independently released CD ever in the state of Utah, almost entirely by word-of-mouth.
Since then Peter's songs have been heard in CNN stories, movie trailers, and feature-length films. A song Breinholt wrote as a teenager was the theme song for the nationally syndicated television show BrideAccess.com.
Peter Breinholt sings to sell-out crowds throughout Utah including Kingsbury Hall, Capitol Theatre, Tuacahn, the de Jong Concert Hall, Ellen Eccles Theatre, Sundance Resort Amphitheater, Sandy Amphitheater and the Thanksgiving Point Waterfall Amphitheater. In November 2016, Utah Governor Gary Herbert awarded Breinholt the Utah Governor's Mansion Artist Award for a lifetime of achievement in the arts.