Ladies & Gentlemen! We are proud to announce that I Wanna Tell You has been lovingly reissued AND PRESSED ON VINYL on Nine Mile Records for it's 20th Anniversary!
The new version features cool new artwork and new liner notes from the Jedi Master himself Jorma Kaukonen.
There will be a select number of solo acoustic shows throughout the country to celebrate the spirit and songs of this solo acoustic record.
You can stream it on all digital services, but if you own a turntable, the only real thing to do is pick up a copy on vinyl. It truly was recorded for that format and sounds amazing.
CHECK IT OUT HERE
THE ROAD BECKONS! Come see a show (dates and ticket links to the right). Super thanks to the folks at Wide Open Country for premiering Patrick's new video for the single "Up & Down" to help promote the tour!
Patrick has been on the road all Summer promoting Ancient Noise around the U.S. The record debuted at #3 on the Billboard Blues Chart, and has been lauded by critics everywhere.
The September issue of UK-based Guitar Magazine has a six-page extensive feature on Patrick: his music, his gear, and his history. It's on newsstands now, or you can read it online here.
Ladies & Gentlemen - we're thrilled to announce the new record Ancient Noise. It's a culmination of many influences: Hill Country Blues, Vintage Country, Southern 70s Funk and good 'ol Rock and Roll! Grammy-winner Matt Ross-Spang engineered and produced it at the legendary Sam Phillips Recording studios in Memphis, and we had the good pleasure of having Ken Coomer on drums, Ted Pecchio on bass and Charles Hodges on keys for the sessions.
Ancient Noise comes out on May 11 on Nine Mile Records (except Europe where you'll have to wait until July 6). We've got a mess of tour dates lined up, with a lot more to come. Check out the TOUR page for details and ticket links. Can't wait to play these new songs for you!
Hey Good People - we're gearing up for another new full-length record. It's gonna be titled Ancient Noise and it comes out this Spring. In the meantime, we're gonna kick things off this year down in Texas for SXSW, and then swing out to Arizona for the new Innings Festival and hit a couple hot spots on the way home: Denver, Kansas City, and St. Louis. If you live in these towns, please come out and say hi. We've got a lot of new music to share with you.