In the world of bluegrass music, the high
lonesome sound never goes out of style.
When a great traditional band hits the stage with power and authenticity,
audience really pays attention. The Patuxent Partners command such
attention wherever they perform. Since 1975, the Patuxent Partners have
brought their exciting brand of bluegrass music to festivals, dances,
and special events throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Bandleader Tom
sings and plays mandolin.Tom's remarkable voice ranges from deep bass
soaring tenor, and he brings a wealth of traditional songs to the band's
Tom's phenomenal mandolin virtuosity, inspired by bluegrass greats Bill
and Buzz Busby, is the driving force behind the band's instrumental sound.
Lead singer and rhythm guitarist Bryan Deere hails from southern Maryland.
Whether the song is a country tear-jerker
or a bluegrass classic, Bryan's expressive
and powerful singing is pure and true to the roots of the music. Adding
and drive to the bluegrass sound is one of the jobs of the banjo picker,
Brunschwyler is hard to beat. John's inventive approach to traditional
has made him a favorite of bluegrassaudiences throughout the region. John
sings the baritone harmonies in the group's trios. Fiddler Jack Leiderman
his years of experience with rosin and bow to the Patuxent Partners. His
soulful fiddle style skillfully complements the band's vocals. Pulling
it all together
is the strong, dynamic rhythm generated by bassist Victoria McMullen.
Originally from south Georgia, Victoria is equally at home in a bluegrass,
or classical setting, and contributes an unwavering sense of musicality
to the band.
This CD presents hard-driving traditional bluegrass at its best.
Sunday, January 28, 2018
Benefit for Tommy Neal
Starts at noon
Victory Villa Community Center
404 Compass Rd E
Middle River, MD 21220
The following bands will be playing:
Jeff Presley and South Central Bluegrass
Carroll County Ramblers
Frankie Short and Northern Connection
Rick Jones and the Foggy Hollow Boys
Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition
Sunday, April 8, 2018
The Half Door
270 Sisson Ave
Hartford CT 06105