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Album Review

Working in the same FM realm as Train, Goo Goo Dolls, and Counting Crows, the Pat McGee Band utilize a capable blend of wistful romanticism and mid-tempo balladry to weave a web of sound that rarely offends. Their fifth release, Save Me, finds the Virginia natives expounding on their simplistic notions of love and love lost, resulting in a recording that breaks little new ground but achieves its overall goal of existing. Highlights include the upbeat rockers "Annabel" and "Set Me Free," and the catchy single "Beautiful Ways."

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Awesome

Saw them in concert Oct/2004 in Tulsa w/Better Than Ezra. Amazing show and love the album to this day.

Biography

Born: January 16, 1973

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Richmond, VA-based acoustic jam-rock sextet the Pat McGee Band included guitarist Al Walsh, keyboardist Jonathan Williams, bassist John Small, percussionist Chardy McEwan, and drummer Chris Williams, in addition to titular singer/guitarist McGee, an East Coast favorite since the 1995 release of his solo album From the Wood. Upon forming in 1996, the group toured relentlessly, averaging over 250 live dates each year; their debut LP, Revel, appeared in 1997, followed in early 1999 by the live General...
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