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Pat McGee Band - The 2015 Tour
Rock folk band favorite the Pat McGee Band are back, hitting the road again as they make their way to Annapolis, MD for what is sure to be one of the most exciting rock events of 2015. The Pat McGee Band's Springtime show in Annapolis is just a taste of what this crowd favorite rock band will be bringing to table for 2015, so if you can't make it to Maryland this May, keep calm and carry on. The Pat McGee Band is constantly adding new and exciting tour events and last minute special engagements all over North America. Stay up to date on all of the latest Pat McGee Band news right here at StubHub - your number one resource for online concert tickets.
The Pat McGee Band will be bringing down the house in the hallowed halls of the Rams Head Tavern, one of the most iconic music venues the South has to offer and a fundamental fixture upon the east coast music scene. A stone's throw from Bay View Heights with scenic views that straddle the Chesapeake Bay, there is no location more exciting or more appropriate for a larger than life show from the Pat McGee Band. The Rams Head Tavern is the perfect destination to end a night on the town with a bang, or start off a long night of music, fun, and laughter in one of America's finest cities.
From the biggest auditoriums to your favorite hole in the wall local venue, the Pat McGee Band 2015 tour is a mind blowing experience that has critics and fans everywhere buzzing with excitement. With just one show planned so far this May, the Rams Head Tavern show is the definitive start to a promising folk rock tour that will mark nearly twenty years of excellence for the Pat McGee band on the national music scene. Be sure to catch the Pat McGee Band as they chug into an area near you!
About The Pat McGee Band
Hailing from the greater Richmond, Virginia area, the Pat McGee Band is the musical brainchild of none other than Pat McGee himself, a Virginia based musician who spent his childhood finely honing his musical craft. Starting off learning the clarinet and moving onto piano and eventually guitar, Pat McGee's passion and natural musical talent would lead him towards forming his own backing band to pursue his musical passion.
Pat's formative years were spent at Virginia's Longwood University, with Pat releasing his debut solo release in 1995 after picking up a recording deal with Crossman Street, Inc. McGee's formidable image upon the folk and rock scenes would build up enough momentum for him to form and sign the Pat McGee Band in 1999, with the group almost immediately heading to the recording studio to record their much anticipated debut.
The band's folksy jams would immediately make waves across the world of music, spurred on by two massive hit singles that invaded radio waves and Billboard charts all across North America. The band would embark on a busy tour schedule that criss crossed all throughout the continent, building up a rabid fan base while simultaneously preparing new material to be recorded for their follow up album. The band made the switch to Kirtland Records in 2004, making minor lineup changes with the departure of bassist John Small and guitarist Al Walsh, as well as the passing of percussionist Chris Williams.
2004 to 2008, known as the Kirtland years, would come to an end as the band opted to record independently to better preserve their own unique folk sound. The Pat McGee Band lineup now consists of Pat at its helm, as well as Brian Fechine, Chardy McEwan, Chris Reardon, Jonathan Williams, and Patrick McAloon.
The earliest incarnation of the Pat McGee Band signature sound came from the 1995 release From the Wood, Pat McGee's debut record that dropped on the Crossman Street, Inc. label. Self produced by Pat McGee, the album included a formidable retinue of accomplished musicians including Julie Murphy, Mike Clem, and Travis Allison, spawning a slew of favorite Pat McGee tracks such as "Nobody Knows", "Haven't Seen For a While", and "Girl From Athens".
The first official release by the Pat McGee Band was 1997's Revel, with many of the Pat McGee Band's core members in the studio for its recording including Jonathan Williams, Chris Williams, and Chardy McEwan. The album included the hit tracks "Passion", "Flooding Both of Us", "All Around Us", and "Eligy for Amy".
The band's first big label release came with 2000's Shine, released on Warner Bros. subsidiary Giant Records. The album would feature visionary producer Jerry Harrison in the studio with the band, and built around the band's growing reimagining of the modern folk rock scene. The album received positive reviews from the critics at AllMusic, and was carried by such hit tracks as "Runaway", "Rebecca", "Anybody", and "Minute".
2004's big label follow up Save Me would be the band's second and last album with Warner Bros., with the band's sound taking a Dylanesque turn towards electronic experimentation. The album would be released with Warner then re released on the band's next label Kirtland Records, with the enhanced re release CD containing a myriad of classic Pat McGee Band jams such as "At It Again", "Must Have Been Love", "Annabel", and "Don't Give Up".
The Pat McGee Band has made numerous live recordings, including 2009's Live From The Southland and 2000's Live in the X Lounge.
One of the Pat Mcgee Band's previous members, Todd Wright, left the band amicably to front his own act, Getaway Car. Getaway Car featured members of the Pat McGee Band and has been wildly successful since their debut on the music scene.
The Pat McGee Band Concert Experience
Get ready for a true folk rock live sensation as the Pat McGee Band hits the stage. With multiple decades of performance experience and a storied discography of non stop hits, the Pat McGee Band concert experience is second to none in providing good music, lots of laughs, and an amazing evening. Don't miss your chance to catch these folk rock mainstays live and in the flesh - get your tickets today!