Songwriter Patsy Thompson made her way to Texas, and back, and now west coast audiences will only be the better for it. Patsy's career started back in the eighties paying her dues in and around western Canada either singing blues or country gigs, but one trip to Austin Texas in 1992 for SXSW changed the course of her career.
She found a home in Austin where she recorded at Willie Nelson's Pedernales Recording Studio, in Luck Texas, and spent the next 15 years touring and recording in the area, sharing the stage with the likes of Willie Nelson, Clint Black, Rusty Weir, and Stop The Truck just to name a few.
She is now living in back BC and Washington State and is currently performing in the area, And always writing. Patsy is collaborating with local talent/guitar player Chris Rolin (Aaron Goodvin, Ivan Doroschuk, lead vocalist and founding member of "Men without Hats") on a soon to be released new LP. What is important is she is back.
Listen for her on the radio. Catch a show, you won't be disappointed. On stage, she is a powerhouse, passionate, purposeful, and always personal.