Finger-Style Rock, Light Rock, Folk, Roots, Americana, Pop & Blues Tunes!
Singer/songwriter Brian Patricks emerged onto the Maine singer/songwriter scene in the early spring of 2009 with a 30 year span of classical guitar and various folk, blues and rock projects under his belt. That coupled with a suitcase of experience in front of an audience he set off with guitar in hand and a passion to perform as a solo artist.
Brian plays a multi genre mix of light rock, roots, blues, folk, pop and Americana perfect for a restaurant or lounge setting when you don't want the live entertainment to over take and over power the atmosphere.
Brian is also right at home in a coffee shop or concert setting when the focus of the evening is on the entertainer. Brian has a way of connecting with his audience by interacting through story's and dialogue along with delivering a well thought-out mix of a few of his own original songs coupled with some very tasty covers. He may also add some instrumentals and classical guitar pieces to augment the live performance.
Brian intertwines finger style rhythmic guitar with a hint of harmonica into his sets of originals and covers of folk, blues roots and rock. Also at times using live looping technology, Brian may add a musical loop or a rhythm loop he creates live on the fly to help augment his live solo performances.
One minute Brian may be jammin' an ol' toe tappin' folk or rock tune then throw at you a fine classical or flamenco piece breaking out into a smokey blues finger pickin' number.
At A Typical Performance You will Hear Originals & Covers From Artists Such As:
John Hiatt, James Taylor, Bruno Mars, John Prine, Tom Petty, Eagle Eye Cherry, Delbert McCLinton, The Eagles, Bob Dylan, John Denver, Mason Williams, Ben Harper, John Mayall, Little Feat, Michael Jackson, Sugar Ray, Uncle Kracker, Black Crows, Gordon Lightfoot, Kenny Chesney, Travis Tritt, Eric Clapton, Bad Company, Harry Chapin, Jimmy Buffett, JJ Cale, The Decemberists, Santana, Dire Straits, Steve Earle, Dan Fogelberg & Jason Mraz to name a few!