Patrice Webb | Photographs

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by Patrice Webb

Song stories told in the language of Country, Folk, Swing, and the Blues.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. 100 Country Miles
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2. Where There's a Heaven
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3. Photographs
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4. Indigo
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5. Cold Winds of Winter
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6. Loaves and Fishes
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7. The Small Stuff
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8. Thing Called Love
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9. Maria
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10. Tequila
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11. Old Home Place
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Album Notes
Patrice Webb is a singer songwriter who hails from the Sierra Nevada town of Georgetown where she lives with her husband and a family of 4 legged critters. Patrice's songs tell of the lives of those whose stories make up the vibrant tapestry of California. From California farm workers, to those who are down on their luck and hoping for a better life, to those who walk the back roads of the Sierra Nevada, Patrice's songs are snapshots in time told on a bed of folk, country, swing, and the blues.

Patrice has a special affinity for all of the women folk singers of the early 60s. Judy Collins, Joni Mitchell, Barbara Dane, and Carolyn Hester are early influences. Patrice’s music has also been influenced by the music of Kate Wolf, Emmy Lou Harris, and Dave Carter. Other artists such as Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard Lyle Lovett, and Walter Hayatt have also played a big role in Patrice’s desire to play and write music. Patrice’s musical inspirations also include artists such as Hank Williams, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Blossom Dearie,The Carter Family, Stephen Foster, Woody Guthrie and Utah Phillips.

In 2010 and again in 2011 Patrice was a finalist in the Celebration of the Song songwriting competition sponsored by KZFR in Chico California and KVMR in Nevada City California. Her first release "Photographs" has been garnering praise and airplay from community radio for it's diversity, effortless crossing of musical boundaries and vibrant stories that are at once heart touching and full of humor. American music homemade with pride from a true American Songwriter.



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