By patsymd, 2008-04-03
<p> <a href="http://www.idolunderground.com/">www.idolunderground.com</a> has changed its name to:www.artistunderground.com </p><p> </p><p> </p>
By patsymd, 2008-02-07
<p> Hey, y'all,</p><p>The albums: PATSY'S COUNTRY COLLECTION</p><p> HEARTACHES are available on http:..www.cdbaby.com</p><p>For digital distribution: Apple iTunes, GroupieTunes, AudioLunchbox,</p><p>PayPlay, Tradebit, iSound, MusicIs Here, BuyMusic, and Ruckus</p><p> </p>
By patsymd, 2008-02-07
<p> ON JANUARY 16TH, THE SONG:</p><p> VICTIMS OF THE MOON was on <a href="http://www.idolunderground.com/">http://www.idolunderground.com</a></p><p> PATSY</p><p> </p>
By patsymd, 2008-01-11
"Thanks for new single,<br />'Share A Blooming Flower, Share A Meal and Share A Song,'. EXCELLENT SOUND,<br />GREAT STORYLINE, LOVE<br />THE LYRICS! <p>Les Mercer, DJ - 2NBC 90.1 FM/M.C.R. 100.3 FM Radio in Sydney, Australia </p><p>"Your voice sounds more <br />haunting than ever."<br />(re-single CD,<br />"63 White Horses." <br />Tubby Dyer - DJ in Australia Dear Patsy McGlamry-Dean! Many thanks for another great song. I'm spinnin' "Like A Sweet, Sweet Dream" and my listeners love this song. I'm payin' royalties and money must run like a slot machine, I think. Again thanks and all the best. Pete Pete Lenloy- AUSTRIA - Radio Carinzia/Pete Lenloy Music (Apr 9, 2007) Patsy, Thanks for the single, Sweet, Sweet Dream. It's EXCELLENT! Thanks, James Pearson James Pearson-Disc Jockey - BBC Radio Shetland- Scotland, United Kingdom (Apr 16, 2007) Patsy, We reviewed your CD. Nice collection of traditional country songs. We submitted the review below to CDBaby. It should be published early next week. We added the review to your RadioIndy page as well. Feel free to publish the review on any web site you'd like, as long as you acknowledge RadioIndy. We are thrilled to be able to feature your excellent music. Sincerely, Featured Artist Concierge RadioIndy.com "Patsy's Country Collection" is an outstanding CD full of traditional country tracks. The band is very tight and impressive, and the recording quality and production are very professional. The tracks feature Patsy's very authentic country voice and harmonies, backed by memorable string fills and a tight rhythm section. "You're Gone" is one of our favorite tracks, with its melodic guitar intro, tasteful guitar and piano fills, and driving rhythm section. "Thunder" has a memorable "Rawhide" feel to it. If you enjoy traditional country female artists such as Patsy Cline, you'll enjoy this CD. Pick up a copy today! Radio Indy Featured Artist Concierge - www.radioindy.com (Feb 28, 2007) © 2007 Patsy McGlamry-Dean </p>
By patsymd, 2008-03-23
<p> MARCH 23rd---#2 on idolunderground.com is The Sparkle And The Sheen (folk genre) and is Share A Blooming Flower (country genre).</p><p> MARCH 18th, Ballad Of The Watchmaker was on idolunderground (folk genre).</p>
Patsy McGlamry-Dean was born in Moultrie, Georgia, USA. She has 3 sisters and 2 brothers. Her father was Scot-Irish and worked long hard hours at a meat packing plant to support the family. Her mother who was Scottish, Dutch and Irish, was a house-wife. Each weekend Mr. McGlamry sat by the radio and listened to the "Grand Ole Opry", thus providing Patsy's initial exposure to music.
When Patsy was very young, her family could only afford piano lessons for one child, so she looked to an older sister, Clara, for her own lessons. She practiced constantly and molded herself into a very capable pianist.
In grammer school Patsy sang in many school plays and excelled in creative writing. In high school she began singing duets with a friend, Sharon, while simultaneously providing their piano accompaniment. Throughout school, many of her instructors complimented her for her writing ability. While in college at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, she sang in musicals and acted in dramas. Her first songwriting was done in New York City in a room she rented at the YMCA. Millions of people were around, but loneliness engulfed her. It was in New York that she saw her first real guitar----companionship! Shortly thereafter, she bought one and started taking lessons. After a bit of practice, she began singing and playing guitar in nightclubs. Her major influences were Patsy Cline, Jim Reeves, Slim Whitman, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Joe Cocker, Joan Baez, and Roger Whitaker.
After several years in the big city, she moved back to Moultrie. She continued to perform in nightclubs and even sang on a noonday TV show. Soon she and two of her friends formed an all-girl band- They played folk and country music and performed at many local music festivals. They won several group awards and Patsy was honored for her vocals.
Fall is Patsy's favorite time of year. She writes most of her songs in the fall and winter months. She gets her inspiration from a warm fire and the tall yellow pines outside of her bedroom window---not to mention lots of chocolate and coffee!
Belgium was the first country to start regularly playing her music on the radio after receiving a copy of her first album, Endings. Currently her music is played in Austria, Sweden, France, Norway, Australia, and several other countries. She continues to receive great reviews.