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To our faithful listeners,

We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

Artist tipping and music purchases will be functional until then, so please spend any remaining credits by month's end. 
A final payment will be made to artists following the shutdown.

thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
right direction.


Thank you for being a part of it.


James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Glory Winds (Patty the Cake)

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also, why not mosey on down to my youtube thingymabob?

posted 8 years ago

Glory Winds is the mouthpiece and music project of singer/songweaver Patty. Born and raised in Phoenix, AZ, Patty's musical life began in a small piano lesson studio for kindergartners, and continued throughout adolescence with the acquisition of her first guitar.

At the age of 18, Patty moved to New York City to attend college and there collected many strangely authentic moments with friends, strangers, and musicmakers alike. After a brief stint in a songwriting circle, she began receiving local attention, stopping bar chatter and clinking glasses alike with her peculiar songwriting and unusual adeptness on the guitar. But it was not until she first visited the Sidewalk Cafe's infamous "antihoot" open mic night that Patty would soon learn of DIY ethos, and unlearn "rules" of songwriting from the all-inclusive antifolk community. Glory Winds is an imaginative conduit through which Patty experiments with lo-fi craftsmanship, songwriting rebellion, politics, and the half-imagined. Currently Patty is working on a children's album.

Willow Houses (2005)
3/3 Time and Other Foolish Notions (2008)
Folk to Know (... (+) expand
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marcares (level 32) wrote:
Glory be to innocence in music.
11 months ago
Pokoro (level 11) wrote:
maybe one day I'll get enough rep to win you to the top!! Your music is so engraved into my daily life now-!
7 years ago
MsGeog (level 1) wrote:
Fantastic Work. "Let's Not Be Afraid" is mind-blowingly beautiful.
7 years ago
hannnnnah (level 29) wrote:
makes me smile *smile* thank you!!
8 years ago
cougarfingers (level 28) wrote:
Your songs intensely nice.
8 years ago
Ricanlyfe (level 25) wrote:
Got some great stuff here, love the style
8 years ago
cassidylee (level 14) wrote:
I am absolutely in love with your music.
8 years ago
Funiculy (level 33) wrote:
Your songs sound delightful and sweet .
8 years ago
atsuo (level 38) wrote:
Hello Patty.
I've come across "Foolish Notions" and checked the site and YouTube and ordered your EP :-) Really liked your songs :-)
8 years ago
SoulMyst (level 15) wrote:
Really like your songs, I'm sure you'll do really well here on t61
8 years ago
SallySilvera (level 40) wrote:
Heyas and welcome to th61! Very much enjoying your music, thank you for sharing here :D

I'll add some tips for the top while I'm here....

Let the first three tracks find listeners, fans and bumps before adding any more. That way the tracks don't start competing with each other.

Don't be tempted to add more tracks right away when you reach the next level. But don't be tempted to delete any either!

Once one or two have reached the homepage and have given your music that extra exposure, gradually add one at a time.

All of this may take a while because there is a lot of new music arriving, so a bit of patience may be needed on both sides :D

You could also consider setting up a listener account to figure out how this site works from the other side so to speak.

Enjoy and good luck!
8 years ago