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Patrick Brealey

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That's right. You can win a copy of my new album Mercury in Songbirds and all you have to be entered in the draw is write a comment on this blog telling me what your favourite part of 2009 was. Easy a...
posted 7 years ago
Everybody loves a good list. You can make a list about anything and people will be excited to find out what #1 is. Just look:Top 5 Way to Eat and Prepare Celery5. As a crudité.4. In soup.3. Smear...
posted 7 years ago
Howdy hey there,It was a busy summer of touring, meeting new people and consuming too much coffee. What fun! Thanks to everyone who came and listened and danced and swayed.I just posted another track ...
posted 7 years ago
I'm excited to tell you that my new album, Mercury in Songbirds, is officially released on Tuesday, July 14, 2009. I'm excited to share it with everybody and I hope you feel compelled to own your very...
posted 7 years ago
From me to you by the magic of Myspace, please enjoy a sampling of what is to come from my new album Mercury in Songbirds, coming out July 14, 2009 on Boompa Records. Three of the twelve tracks are he...
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Shining a modern light on the roots of North American popular music, Patrick Brealey blends elements of folk, country, cabaret and blues to deliver lyrically driven songs with a uniquely powerful voice that hearkens to the crooners of early rock and roll. Patrick’s latest album Mercury in Songbirds is a collection of songs born in a different era, raised today and fed by the influence of songwriters like Lyle Lovett, Tom Waits and Willie Nelson. From the early rock and roll swagger of “I Don’t Want to Hear Another Love Song” to the laid back dobro on “Castaway Heart” and the country heartache of “Please Don’t Love Me with that Love”, these songs reminisce of days gone by while carving a distinctive niche in today’s Canadian folk and roots scene.
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AceTough (level 36) wrote:
Max Hearts for "I Don't Want to Hear Another Love Song.
7 years ago
Tippsy (level 34) wrote:
As they said :o).... Thank you for sharing these with us. You may want to have a look at this article: http://passivepromotion.com/thesixtyone
It gives some nice pointers for artists.
7 years ago
Witchy (level 11) wrote:
Great songs! Welcome to T61!
7 years ago
michelleyeah (level 31) wrote:
Mmmm me likey! Country isn't my thing, but I know good music when I hear it. Well done and welcome to T61!
7 years ago
gbakergb (level 42) wrote:
perhaps the61s' first country superstar? these are EXCELLENT songs!
7 years ago