I will be joining Patty Clayton for the release of her new album “The Real West”. The event starts at 6 and I will start playing with her around 7. It isn’t everyday you get to perform with someone releasing a new album, be sure to join us at The Gressiwick in Downtown Loveland!
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Patty Clayton is a performing songwriter whose original ballads and borrowed songs celebrate the present and yesteryears of the West. She knows her subject well; she was raised in the West in a family rich with ranching history dating back to the late 1800’s.
Patty’s pure vocals have delighted Western and folk audiences in a career that has spanned several decades, both as a solo artist, and accompanied on occasion by her band Cimarron Wind. She has been eagerly sought to share her instrumental talents and wonderful sense of harmony by groups Jill Jones & the Lone Star Chorale from Texas, and Denver based duet Liz Masterson and Sean Blackburn. Colorado’s own Gary McMahan and Nancy Thorwardson as well as multi-award winning vocalist Juni Fisher from Tennessee, have all wrangled Patty into the studio for harmony vocals on their respective recording projects. She has also been the featured opening act for Baxter Black, Don Edwards, and Ian Tyson at various gatherings throughout the western United States.
“With a voice pure as a prairie wind, Patty Clayton delivers the truth in her straightforward performances of wonderfully written Western music. Her Folk roots are strong, and thankfully very apparent in her distinctive singing and playing style, and her characteristic perfect pitch and gentle touch keep even the most discriminating listener’s rapt attention. She’s a treasure!“
– Juni Fisher
WMA/AWA Multi-Award winning performing songwriter