Pat Wright

Pat Wright

Infobox musical artist 2
Name = Pat Wright



Img_capt = Walker Theatre, circa 2004
Background = vocal_instrumentalist
Manitoba, Canada
Origin = Canada
Genre = Rock
Years_active = 1992 – Current
Associated_acts =
  • New Meanies
  • Amanda Stott
  • Michelle Wright
  • Alana Levandoski
    URL = [http://www.myspace.com/thebandmachine Myspace page]

    Pat Wright is an Canadian guitarist/vocalist/producer/songwriter and musician. Wright has played Kandahar Air Field in Afghanistan with Amanda Stott. In 1998 Pat won a Juno award for guitar playing with Mishi Donovan on her album entitled "Spirit Within". Wright has produced award winning Canadian icon Ray St. Germain on his album "My Many Moods" and performed and recorded with many well know canadian recording artists.

    History

    Pat Wright was born and raised in Winnipeg Manitoba Manitoba, in Canada. As an early starter in music he was playing guitar by age 6. A multi-instrumentalist by 14, he began performing music around his local community of Charleswood.

    After winning a Juno in 1998 for guitar work, Wright joined long time musical friends, Virgin recording artists the New Meanies in 2002. Wright replaced former second guitarist Jeff Hondobura. Soon after, word of Wright's multi talented background gave way and he recorded bass, acoustic guitar and electric guitar for BMG recording artists McMaster and James in 2004-2005. In 2006 he toured extensively as EMI recording artist Amanda Stott's guitarist and backed Michelle Wright and the Wilkinsons as well as Stott on a tour of the middle east and Afghanistan.

    Miscellanea

    Wright has produced Juno winner Mishi Donovan and Ray St Germain. Wright also plays weekly in Winnipeg with Christian Dugas The Duhks, Leonard Shaw, Steve Broadhurst Doc Walker and two time Western Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee bassist Ken "Spider" Sinnaeve. Wright also engineered Spider's bass track for the song "Back For More" on Loverboy's 2007 album Just Getting Started. In 2008 Wright backed Universal recording artist Alana Levandoski on electric guitar.

    Wright plays guitar, bass guitar, drums, keys, harmonica and various other instruments. Wright is sponsored by Levy's guitar cases.

    Notes

    External links

    * [http://www.myspace.com/thebandmachine Myspace page]


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