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Songwriter Spotlight

Patrick Yandall

BLUES, ROCK, CHILL - If there is one musician whose style typifies the sun soaked vibe synonymous with the West Coast it's guitarist Patrick Yandall.  Described as having rhythm and melody pumping through every vein of his body, Yandall’s music engenders enormous enjoyment.  He wears smooth jazz like a well-fitting suit, and his clear, distinctly melodic sound clearly supports that view.  He lives the blues, rocks the house, and attacks the frets.  As for his writing talents, we’re talking solid pieces, well interwoven into the very fabric of his music. 

Patrick is one of the most polished and accomplished guitarist around.  He approaches different styles that still suit his personal style and remind you of Earth, Wind, and Fire, the Isley Brothers, Larry Carlton, Carlos Santana, and various funk greats.  In fact, Patrick, in all his glory, recognizes  those superb and different styles in his own very special way.

He's a versatile, gifted guitarist who makes a constant contribution to the music scene. Born in Bay City, Michigan, he found his luck in San Diego and L.A., where he has established himself as a session musician. In addition to sessions, Patrick records tracks for the Weather Channel and Muzak that you hear regularly in malls, boutique stores, and markets. He started his solo career with That Feels Nice (1994), followed by A Lasting Embrace (1997), Of Two Cities (2000), Back To The Groove (2001), From The Ashes (2003), Eyes Of Mars (2005), Samoa Soul (2006), New York Blues (2007), Laws Of Groovity (2008) and A New Day (2009).   Patrick often interprets his thoughts in guitar chords -- the clear and crystal guitar sound is underlined by urban bass and beats.  Patrick proudly shouts out: "I Am There!" And his guitar is unmistakably unsurpassed and unfaultable to hear.  He's regularly compared to Wes Montgomery, George Benson and other renowned guitar legends.

Listen to many of Patrick's original compositions at MOMA SONGWRITERS:  Patrick Yandall.