Patrick Lamb :: SOUL TIES

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Patrick LambPatrick just returned from Europe after a month of tour dates with Gino Vannelli and some guest appearances and dates with Marc Broussard to release his new release Soul Ties.

Patrick Lamb’s last three singles have been top five nationally on the US Billboard Charts. He was recently inducted as one of the youngest members into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame. Patrick has been given the Independent Spirit Award by the City of Portland, the Hero Award by Children’s Cancer Association, the Yolanda Denis King Award by JW Matt Hennessey and first Baptist Church, three Muddy Awards on three separate years by the Cascade Blues Association and has been given the Independent Spirit Award by the city of Portland. He has also performed or shared the stage with many artists including two-time Grammy winning Diane Schuur, Smokey Robinson, Alice Cooper, Bobby Caldwell, Robby Krieger of the Doors, Jeff Lorber Fusion, Don Felder of the Eagles, Danny Seraphine, founder of Chicago, Richie Sambora, Orianthi, and many others.

Patrick was invited to perform at the White House twice for the Peace on Earth Celebration and lighting of the Christmas tree. He’s performed everywhere from the Kennedy Center to the Blue Notes worldwide keeping up a consistent schedule of over 150 dates a year.

Patrick is currently and has been section leader for Gino Vannelli for the last ten years and part of a new PBS special Live in LA at the Saban Theatre. Patrick’s new record was recorded in Los Angeles under his label Patrick Lamb Productions featuring Lil John Roberts, Tony Maiden, Alex Al, Jeff Lorber, and Frank McComb as a guest artist on Patrick’s arrangement of Bill Withers song, “Whatever Happens.”

Over the past years Patrick has broken out as a solo artist,  entrepreneur (founder and designer of all elements of Ticket Tomato), his Production Company Patrick Lamb Productions, and agent for Jazz at the Oxford in Bend Oregon where all of the shows have sold out. He’s completed studio albums and produced an award-winning show, Let The Good Times Roll, A Tribute To Ray Charles. A Tribute To Ray Charles, debuted at the 2005 Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival and the 15 piece big band All-star group released a CD produced by Lamb at the 2006 festival during the tributes encore performance. The tribute has received stellar reviews both regionally and nationally, and the show opened the Oregon Symphony Pops season.

Patrick is endorsed by Cannonball Saxophones, Audix Microphones, and Theo Wanne Mouthpieces.

“One of the best instrumentalists I’ve ever worked with” – R&B legend Bobby Caldwell

Listen to Patrick’s new record here and sample the entire CD on iTunes.



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