Per-Erik Hallin is a Swedish pianist, singer, and songwriter. For two years he played keyboards for Elvis Presley and was known as Pete Hallin. But most of his musical career has been in Christian and gospel music. With a pop sensibility similar to Michael Omartian, he as worked as a studio musician for many of Sweden's Christian musicians, especially during the 1970s.
Hallin has played and sung with Elvis Presley, Andrae Crouch, Joseph Williams, Alex Acuña and Nathan East. In the Swiss market he has worked with the likes of Magnus Uggla, Ulf Lundell, Ola Svensson, Anders Widmark, Ingemar Olsson and Frank Ådahl. He is also known as the Swiss voice of Donald Duck on several disney releases.
In the US, Per-Erik released a solo album on Refuge Records in 1982 followed by 3 albums in his country in the mid-80s.