Patti Park’s new record, “Whole Nother World,” was produced in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by Grammy-nominated American Bluesman Kenny Neal for his Booga Music label – Neal also performs on all the tracks. Patti’s stunning, sensual and warm voice soars over tracks where blues, Memphis Soul, and Funky Blues prevail. “Whole Nother World” has climbed Blues Radio Charts worldwide, including SiriusXM Radio, and received glowing reviews in major publications. In addition to being a touring musician, Patti is also a working nurse and the creator of the “Nurs’n Blues” education program, which she developed to help high-risk children at drug rehab centers. As a nurse who cares for vets every day, she feels the pain of others and stays true to herself by making healing music. Patti is a survivor who has lived through her own tragedies and come out the other side because of the healing power of the blues.
Winning Honors, Festivals and Hearts
Patti was inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and recognized for the program she founded called Nurs‘n Blues. Her first album, “Cheat’n Man,” received outstanding reviews from Blues Music Magazines such as “Blues Blast Magazine.” Her band has performed in many major festivals, including the National Women in the Blues Showcase, the Blues 'n March Festival, Ellicottville Blues Festival, Niagara Thunder, Kalamazoo Music Festival and the Northeast Jazz Festival. Patti enjoys performing at some of the most famous blues venues such as the Funky Biscuit, Ground Zero, Time Out Pub, BB Kings, and Rum Boogie.
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