Internationally known guitarist, Patrick Yandall, has been fine-tuning his gift for a long time. At 8, he was playing - at 13, he was in nightclubs (supervised and supported :)
The pull to perform - as well as write and produce - has been something inside our guest for most of his life. We've heard him branch out, bloom, and burst since 1994 - when "That Feels Nice" did just that. A passionate love affair with well-grooved guitar licks can't help but tickle your ears in the best way. Over a dozen projects later, Patrick is not only tickling - but tearing it up!
"Soul Grind" is creating commotion - way past San Diego, where Patrick calls home. The lead single, "My Lady", has moved quickly on the charts - and there's interest and curiosity regarding the other tracks on the album. Mostly originals - but three covers. And let's just say that when you cover Larry Carlton, Steely Dan and Michael Jackson, you had best believe in your ability to deliver.
Patrick Yandall is no stranger to success, for sure - he has had chart-toppers, he has been a subject for a PBS special, and his compositions have been chosen for multiple TV and film endeavors. A true feather in his cap has been the inclusion of his "Mr. Fatburger" in the extraordinary Sundance award-winner, "Fruitvale Station."
Stopping by the show to catch his breath, Patrick will allow us a glimpse into his golden life - one that blessedly has given us so much wonderful music. And we'll hear more! Three tracks from "Soul Grind." While we're at it, let's ask him about that title. That's worth finding a seat in The Chat Room ;)
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