1939 Born April 5, in Swanley, Kent, England
Second son of Phyllis and Gerald Smith.
1956 First live performance as 'The Hard Travellers'.
1961 First performed as 'The Two Tones'.
1962 First performed as 'The Country Gentlemen'.
1963 First performed as 'Beat Formula Three'.
1964 First performed as 'Peter & The Wolves'
Made first acetate as Peter & The Wolves.
1965 Made first acetate, for Decca, as Crispian St Peters.
First Hearing On Radio - 'Invecto Show', Radio London
Released first record, on Decca, 'At This Moment.'
First TV appearance - 'Scene At 6.30' February 1965
Appeared On 'Ready, Steady, Go' 19/2/65
1966 First top ten hit - 'You Were On My Mind'.
Second top ten hit - 'The Pied Piper'.
First LP released - 'Follow Me'1967
First EP released - 'Almost Persuaded'.
1969 Married wife Collette.
1970 Dropped by Decca.
First of three nervous breakdowns.
Second LP released - 'Simply.... ' On Square records.
Birth of daughter - Samantha.
1973 Birth of son - Lee Waylon.
1974 Divorced from Collette.
1986 Release of first cassette - 'The Gospel Tape'.
1990 Release of second cassette - 'New Tracks On Old Lines'.
1991 Release of first CD - 'Follow Me' (with extra tracks).
1993 Release of third cassette - 'Night Sessions Vol1'.
1995 Suffered major stroke.
1996 Release of second CD - 'The Anthology'.
1998 'Night Sessions - Vol1' released on CD.
1999 'The Gospel Tape' released on CD.
1999 Birth of Crispian's first grandson - Guy
1999 Last public performance - with the Fortunes at Dartford.
2000 'Songs From The Attic' released on CD.
2001 Announces final retirement due to constant and worsening ill health.
2003 Enters hospital suffering from pneumonia.
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