Red Peters

Red Peters

Red Peters is a pseudonym for Boston area singer, songwriter, comedian, and radio host Douglas Stevens. Red Peters has released five albums and is currently the host of The Red Peters Comedy Music Hour on Sirius XM. He’s also been a frequent guest on The Howard Stern Show.

Red Peters is known for writing and singing funny but raunchy songs. His music is often deceptively pleasant, like a mixture of lounge music and jazz, but if you listen to the lyrics, you might end up blushing. Peters’ songs are usually chock full of double entendres and sexual innuendos.

In 1995, Red Peters released his album I Laughed, I Cried, I Fudged My Undies, which included the hit songs “How’s Your Whole… Family”, “Blow Me (You Hardly Even Know Me)”, and “Ballad of a Dog Named Stains”. In 1999, he released a follow up album called ‘Ol Blue Balls Is Back, which consisted of more music, comedy sketches, and parodies. That album features the Alan Pinchloaf Singers and timeless songs like “The Spelling Song” and “The Closing Song”. Red Peters has also released popular Christmas songs including “Holy Shit, It’s Christmas” and “You Ain’t Getting Shit For Christmas!”

Since the 1990s, Red Peters has released a couple of compilation albums featuring the off-color songs he’s played on his radio show. Peters’ radio show specializes in taboo topics, oddities, parodies, and uncensored words. The songs on the compilation albums highlight some of the raunchiest and most popular songs on Red Peters’ radio program.

Red Peters singing “The Spelling Song”.