1/30/2012 8:01:00 AM Hidden Gem Arizona singer Renee Patrick performs at the Marketplace Cafe
Renee Patrick brings great rhythm 'n' blues from the Phoenix area.
Renee will be performing at the Marketplace Cafe on Saturday, Feb. 4, 6-9 p.m. She will be accompanied by Sedona's Lew Turano, and Floyd Roberson.
Renee has connected with individuals and crowds with her voice and music over the past eight years in the Valley. Her music is shockingly honest and emotionally charged. Listeners find Renee's sound somehow familiar, but one that is refreshingly original and inviting. Singing a variety of genres from jazz standards, to classic R&B, Renee's music will capture you with her powerful voice combined with a passionate delivery.
She was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and has lived in Arizona for 26 years now. Music has been a way of life for Renee. Her father was a member of the world renowned Ink Spots, inducted in the Doo Wop Hall of Fame in 1997. Renee's mother was somewhat a local legend having recorded duets with Terry Johnson of the Flamingos in Detroit's Motown Studios along side of greats such as Smokey Robinson, and Marvin Gaye. It is safe to say that music runs in her family.
Renee released her first CD last September called Feel the Rain. You can listen to her music at www.renric.com.
If your looking for a plain old good time you will really enjoy this performance. You will be inclined to sing along and get up and dance. Reservations are suggested for dinner by calling (928) 284-5478.