25 Jul 2019

The son of two Broadway singers, Patrick Thomas grew up in Colleyville, Texas surrounded by music. At a young age, he was taken to see the blockbuster hit Titanic. After the movie, he returned home and began playing the underscoring from the film on piano. Continuing to display increasingly high levels of musicianship and the ability to accompany himself by ear, Patrick began a life of frequent public performances. From international corporate conventions to singing major league national anthems, to televised shows at Johnny High’s Country Music Revue, Patrick honed his craft of singing and playing the piano, adding songwriting to the mix by the time he was a pre-teen.

A favorite and live finalist on the inaugural season of NBC’s The Voice (Team Blake), Patrick was noticed and signed by Grammy Award-winning songwriter Brett James and Cornman Music where he developed further as a songwriter, penning over 200 songs in his first year.

For the next few years, Patrick toured the U.S. singing classic country covers with major symphony orchestras (over thirty to date) and playing a dueling piano bar when home in Nashville. In September of 2017, he released his highly anticipated self-titled EP produced by Grammy Award-winner Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts) and Will Bowen.

In addition to his career a country artist, Patrick has also written a full-length musical, The Battle of Franklin, which debuted to sell-out crowds in Franklin, TN, also breaking gross ticket sales records for the producing company, Studio Tenn. As a keyboard player he has played on numerous sessions and has also toured as bandleader and multi-instrumentalist for a variety of Nashville acts. Lastly, he is a popular demo-vocalist for many songwriters and publishing companies in town. For more information please visit www.PatrickThomasMusic.com.

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