Right Side Out
This album is not likely to make you get up and groove with the first person you see, and you probably won't do any headbanging. But it's some great music for sitting at home relaxing or having a get together with friends. And it will lower your blood pressure. Pat's live performances are intimate and entertaining. His unique, down-to-earth style connect him with his audience, and you never quite know what he's going to do next. If the chance arises to spend some time with him, taking advantage of that would be a wise course of action. Ever since he was a little kid he has loved music. Pat used to turn on the record player, then sing and dance in the living room. Sometimes it was Aretha Franklin, other times it was Randy Travis. Graciously, his parents were loving enough to let him use their home as his personal stage. Pat's music is unique in that it carries an element of truth. Not just for himself, but for others, too. Pat says that playing music allows him the chance to be genuine and let that honesty show in front of others. The genre of his music? It's a rock/acoustic/pop hybrid...you'll just have to listen.