Toronto musician Patrick Brealey blends elements of folk, country, cabaret and blues to deliver lyrically driven songs with a uniquely powerful voice. Brealey’s music draws inspiration from artists such as Roy Orbison, Lyle Lovett and Willie Nelson. In the past few years Patrick has received national radio play, performed at the Mariposa and Eaglewood Folk Festivals; toured coast to coast in Canada and performed in the United States. He has shared the stage with Jim Cuddy, Serena Ryder, the Good Lovelies and others.
His ability to engage an audience is a signature of Brealey’s live shows. Whether it’s through his clever song writing, quick sense of humour or soul-baring voice, he captivates crowds and moves them to laugh, cry and to join in.
Patrick (lead vocals and guitar) is joined by Rob Fenton on the dobro and back up vocals.