Producer, singer/songwriter and record industry executive from South Africa.
Peter Vee started in the early 60's as a member of South African bands like The Invaders (his first band in 1962), The Four Dukes, Sons of She, The In Crowd, The Staccatos and The Outlet with whom he had a No. 2 hit ("Working On A Good Thing") on the South African pop chart. His biggest solo hit is 1973's "The Tips Of My Fingers". In 1978 he collaborated with synthesizer player Costa Anadiotis and other musicians to form the disco studio group Buffalo specialized mostly on discofications of rock classics. In the late 90's he became MD of South African BMG Music Publishing.