Category Archives: Patrick Sweany

Patrick Sweany: 
Slippin'

“For those who love the Blues but are bored with the tight-assed ‘white guys in blazers’style and prefer something more adventurous, Sweany is a slam-dunk. The new album is a start-to-finish thrill, partly due to the singer/songwriter/guitarist’s lack of ‘stick to the script’ Blues theory. Sweany dips into the more folksy side of Blues, slinky R&B, early Rock & Roll, ’70s Blues Rock and dirty Garage Blues. That’s not to say that Sweany is for White Stripes fans only; the man has mad-crazy skills in whatever style he’s exploring and redecorating, something even the staunchest ‘back in my day’ curmudgeon is sure to appreciate if they give it an open-minded listen.”

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Recorded at Performing Artist Co-Op, at 5-Points, East Nashville 2014.

Patrick Sweany: 
Every Night Every Day

“After 4 critically acclaimed CDs (two produced by longtime collaborator Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys), Patrick has expanded his touring radius to 49 states and the UK. He’s played premiere festivals all over the U.S., and supported national acts such as The Black Keys, The Gourds, The Wood Brothers, Wayne Hancock, Hot Tuna, and Paul Thorn on tour.”

Patrick Sweany: 
Every Gun

“Patrick Sweany likes the spaces in between.
On a given night (or on a given album) he’ll swing through blues, folk, soul, bluegrass, maybe some classic 50s rock, or a punk speedball. He’s a musical omnivore, devouring every popular music sound of the last 70 years, and mixing ’em all together seamlessly into his own stew. Yet, the one thing that most people notice about Patrick isn’t his ability to copy – it’s his authenticity. Like his heroes, artists like Bobby “Blue” Bland, Doug Sahm, Joe Tex, Patrick somehow manages to blend all of these influences into something all his own. “