2/10/67 BEAT BEAT BEAT-The Thoughts
          1. If You Don't Come Back
          2. Until You Love Someone 

3/05/67  A Touse Vents(French TV)  
           1. All Night Stand


The 90 minute late night rock music series aired 12:30 AM on
Saturday. It followed "The Tonight Show", starring Johnny  
Carson. In it's first year, premiering February 1, 1973, it began at 1:00 AM, but when Johnny Carson cut his own show from 90 minutes to 60 minutes, the starting time was moved to 12:30 AM.

11/04/77   Host: Lou Rawls (Episode #220)
                  Player Performed:
                  1. Baby Come Back
                  2. Come On Out
                  (Other Guests: KC and Sunshine Band, Rod
                  Stewart,Alan ParsonsProject,Harry Nilson)

03/17/78  Host: Player (Episode #237)
                 Player Performed:
                 1. Baby Come Back
                 2. Cancellation
                 3. Come On Out
                 4. This Time I'm In It For Love 
                 (Other Guests: Abba,Queen,Jay 
                  Ferguson,Starland Vocal Band)

05/19/78  Host: Helen Reddy (Episode #245)
                Player Performed:
                1. Baby Come Back
                2. This Time I'm In It For Love
                (Other Guests: Billy Preston,Andy Kauffman,
                Elton John,Samantha Sang)

(Kansas, Phoebe Snow, Murray Langston, Tony Delia)

1. Baby Come Back
2. Cancellation
3. Come On Out
4. Movin Up
5. Melanie

11/19/77 SOLID GOLD-Premiered 9/1/1980

Solid Gold featured pop music performed live(lip sync) in front of an audience along with the Solid Gold Dancers. The dancers counted down the top 10 hits of the week. Several hosts shared top billing over the 8 seasons. The show was syndicated to local stations on weekends and was cancelled due to poor ratings in early 1988. None of the shows have been released on VHS or DVD. Season 1-4 was video taped at KTLA(Gold West), while seasons 5-8 were staged at Paramount Studios(Stage 29).

1981  Player performed:
          1. Baby Come Back
          2. If Looks Could Kill

          Host: Casey Kasem
          First Appearance: Player
          Baby Come Back


11/26/77 Big Mover Segment: Player
               Baby Come Back
01/14/78 #1 Player-Baby Come Back
01/21/78 #1 Player-Baby Come Back
01/28/78 #1 Player-Baby Come Back

1978 The Merv Griffin Show-Player
         1. Come On Out
         2. Baby Come Back

 1979   3 BY CHEEVER
            1. Baby Come Back(LV,MSC,SW with Crowley)
            The Five Forty Eight Episode


American Bandstand was the most popular rock-n-roll television show of all time. Premiering on August 5,1957, it made TV history bringing rock-n-roll music into millions of households, with outstanding performances by up and coming recording artists. Bandstand first aired on the east coast in Philadelphia, PA., and later found it's way to the west coast in Los Angeles, CA.

1978  Baby Come Back

3/31/79   SEASON 22: EPISODE #24
               Player Performed:
               1. I Just Wanna Be With You
               2. I've Been Thinkin


04/03/82  Host: Dick Clark (Episode #2497)
                Player Performed:
                1. If Looks Could Kill
                2. Thank You For The Use Of Your Love
                (Other Guests: Denice Williams)


1986  Joe9086 Club Mix- For UK TV SHOW JOE90
A  remix by Bob Mallette of the JOE90 theme, taking the original 1960's commercial release and adding a new rhythm track with Peter Beckett on keyboards. The single reached no.53 in the BBC charts.    


Fame, a 60 minute musical drama, started out as a 1980 theatrical movie. Two years later, it found a home on NBC TV. NBC canned the series after a year,  and the show moved to syndication for four more years becoming even more popular. The story took place in NYC at a famous school of music and followed the lives of the students and teachers, starring Debbie Allen.

1985  If The Lady Wants To PLay-Sung by Nia Peebles
          (SW)"School Is Out" Episode
1985 If The Lady Wants To Play-Sung by Nia Peeples
           (SW)"Take My Wife" Episode
1984 Two To The Power of Love-FAME
           Janet Jackson/Cliff Richard
          (SW with Kipner)"Indian Summer" Episode

1992  CX TV Themes Best Hits
           Love Wins-Lead vocals

1993 TVCM Best Hits 2
         Romance Flight

1999   VH1
           1. Where Are They Now ?
           Player appears on: AM Classics episode
           Peter Beckett and Ronn Moss are shown
           being interviewed, with concert clips of 
           Player on stage from 1977 and 1999.

           2. I Love The Seventies
           Player appears on: 1978 episode


1991  Little River Band performed live in Germany at the
           famous Filter Club to promote their new CD, World
           World Wide Love. The band members consisted of
           Glenn Shorrock, Wayne Nelson, Stephen Housden,
           Peter Beckett, Tony Sciuto, and Derek Pellicci.
           Peter was featured singing 'Baby Come Back', his
           no. 1 hit from his former band Player.


         California Dreams was a sitcom produced by NBC
         Productions, Inc., airing on Saturday morning in 
         1992, and running five seasons with 78 episodes.
         A cd  was released containing the songs sung in
         the show by the teenage characters. A character
         named Jenny was played by Heidi Lenhart, who
         also sang 'Castles On Quicksand'. This song was
         written by Peter Beckett, Steve Kipner, and Paul
         Bliss, and later recorded on Think Out Loud's cd,
         'Shelf Life'.


1996  Ronn Moss performed 'After All This Time' from
          PLAYER'S new cd called LOST IN REALITY. Also
          appearing with Ronn, backing him up on guitar
          and vocals, was Peter Beckett.


1997 Little River Band performed live in NYC with Peter
          Beckett, Steve Wade, Tony Sciuto,Derek Pellicci,and
          Stephen Housden.


1997  Little River Band performed live in NYC with Peter
          Beckett, Steve Wade, Tony Sciuto,Stephern Housden
          Derek Pellicci, and Hal Tupa


1999  This NBC  mini series for television portrayed the evolution of American rock and roll starting in the 50's. The story is about a ficticous band called The Hartaches, trying to make it in the music business. The lead vocal for the bands nine songs  in the movie, and also on the soundtrack, are sung by Peter Beckett.
             1.   One Bad Stud
             2.   Baby Here I Am
             3.   Side By Side
             4.   My Back Seat
             5.   Slippin' And Slidin'
             6.   Detour
             7.   A Touch Of Heaven
             8.   Break Out
             9.   Just One Dance With You

2000  ED "Home is Where Ducks Are" (episode)
          1. Baby Come Back(SW with Crowley)

          Episode: Homer Alone
          While Marge goes on vacation, leaving Bart
           and Lisa with Aunt Selma and Patty, Maggie
           is home alone with Homer until she leaves in
           search of Marge.  As Homer is eating pizza,
           Maggie crawls past him out of the house
           and disappears.
           Enter: Player singing "Baby Come Back"


2002   The Lever 2000 soap commercial appeared on TV showing fingers walking across skin as the song "A Touch Of Heaven" is being sang. This was a newer version  of the song taken from the TV mini series 'Shake, Rattle, &  Roll in 1999. "A Touch Of Heaven" was performed by  a ficticious 50's band called The Hartaches. Lead vocals were performed by Peter Beckett, along with eight other songs from the soundtrack.

2003 COLD CASE 10/09/05  Episode: Bad Night
         1. Baby Come Back (LV, MSC, SW with Crowley)

2003 THE 70's SHOW-"Going Mobile"(episode)
         1. Baby Come Back(SW with Crowley)

2004 THE 70's SHOW-"Join Together"(episode)
          1. Baby Come Back(SW with Crowley)

2005 Cold Case (10/9/2005) "Baby Come Back"
         Bad Night: Season 3:Episode 3

2006 KING OF THE HILL (April 9th)

  • Season 10 Episode 11 "Church Hopping": When Hank decides to try Lucky's method of worshipping, they both get drunk at a bar and begin singing the tune, which plays on the jukebox.
  • 1. Baby Come Back (SW with Crowley)

             1. Don't Let Us Get Sick (Producer)

 1. Peter performed as a stuntman at an outside party scene as a car crashed into the crowd sitting at a table.


  • PLAYER performs "Mary's Boy Child"

           5/12/2014   GENERAL HOSPITAL-NURSES BALL
              PLAYER performs "Baby Come Back"

                 PLAYER performs "AMBER"