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After churning out seven studio albums (and a live one), touring relentlessly, and dealing with various labels since the mid-'90s, it just made more sense for Pat McGee to self-release his eighth album. No Wrong Way to Make It Right finds the Richmond, Va., tunesmith settling into a warm and rootsy kind of twang, void of Nashville’s shiny bells and whistles. “Release” opens with subtly catchy hooks grappling from the chorus melody, while chiming acoustic guitars strum along a lightly distorted electric six-string. But it’s the handsome, three-part vocal harmonies flowing throughout that make this song instantly likeable. The title track follows with more traditional country instrumentation: banjo, fiddles, and a perfectly picked Dobro guitar resonate under McGee’s earnest inflections. Lucy Woodward chimes in on the moving ballad “How We Got Here,” where her honeyed voice upstages the watery pedal-steel notes. Stephen Kellogg and Keaton Simons round out “See You Again” with awesome three-part harmonies.

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The many sides of Pat McGee

Welcome to the great talent that is Pat McGee. Road warrior and music professional, Pat McGee (Pat McGee Band) is known for his brand of east coast college rock and his amazing live shows. This new album gives Pat the chance to show off his singer/song writing talents which in turn should grab many new fans. Featuring songs like See You Again, Done To Me, and Release (w/ Pat's industry friends lending a hand), this should be his most transcendent release to date. Fans of the band love these guys and so will you.

Welcome Back!

I have been following Pat since 2000, when my sister took me to a concert at Irving Plaza. I have almost every record and was visiting my sister in RI when we stumbled on a performance at a bar in RI. So I made a point to go see him last summer at City Winery in NYC in 2010 and I have been anxiously awaiting this new record. Congrats, Pat! Welcome back!!! I love it!

Good Job Pat!

One of the very best live performers I've seen. Great talent! This album is another great collection of tunes. I'm very excited to have some new tunes to love! :)


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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