Peter McDonough never fails to amaze us with his outstanding singing skills offering us a string of amazing covers of Nepali songs. This time Peter is back with yet another awesome cover of ‘Pratikshya Gara’ by ‘Deepak Kharel’.
Peter McDonough has offered us a string of amazing covers of Nepali songs and he never fails to amaze us with his outstanding singing skills. This time Peter is back with ‘Bistarai Bistarai’ by ‘Rohit John Chettri’ cover song with his cousin Kim.
Cover by Peter McDonough. This is a romantic song by Deepak Bajracharya.
194 Records Presents KB feat. Peter McDonough “Timro Maya” official music video Beat/ Mix/ Master By 194 Records Lyrics and Composition: KB Record Label 194 Records
Yet another wonderful cover by Peter McDonough
Peter McDonough is back with another beautiful cover of classic Nepali song “Asarai Mahinama”.
Uplugged version of classic Nepali song “Maya Meri Maya” by Kabin Shrestha(KB), Angel Lama and Peter McDoough.
Peter never fails to amaze us with his outstanding singing skills and his Nepali language is more fluent that 50% of the Nepalese. Awesome cover I must say.
Peter McDonough has offered us a string of amazing covers of Nepali songs but I personally think this one, by far, has got to be his best. It’s his soulful rendition of the classic patriotic tune ‘Baneko Chha Pahara Le’, originally performed by late Gopal Yonzon. Peter published the video on December 13, Friday. So … Continue reading Peter’s Inspirational Cover of ‘Baneko Chha Pahara Le’
Peter McDonough is back with beautiful cover of another popular Nepali song. This time he is covering “Yaspali Dashain Maa” by Cool Pokhrel.
Yama Buddha’s “Saathi” cover by Peter McDonough.
Cover of 1974AD’s popular song Sambodhan by Peter McDonough, an American who spent his childhood in Nepal and can fluently speak Nepali. » Full interview with Peter in Nepali by Jiwan Parivesh Team. » Watch more cover songs by Peter on his YouTube Channel “copperhead165”.
This special episode of Jiwan Privesh presents and interesting interview with Peter McDonough, an American who can fluently speak and write Nepali.