Don't miss Pop/Rock band Patersani plus Lost in Vancouver + Wylde play at La Belle Angèle on 19th February.
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About Patersani plus Lost in Vancouver + Wylde
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Patersani are a Pop/Rock band fronted by brothers Craig and Dave Paterson.
Since their formation in November 2014, with their very first performance live on STV, Patersani have exploded onto the Scottish music scene and become one of the country’s most highly touted emerging acts.
With stand out shows including twice headlining world famous King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, supporting Radio 1 favourites Sunset Sons at the 02 ABC and supporting Eliza and the Bear. Patersani have demonstrated, in their brief but highlight filled career, an unparalleled ability to put on an energetic live show impressing audiences across the UK.
Having already made numerous television and radio appearances nationally and gathering extensive media interest in The Metro, The Daily Record and The Scottish Sun the band has not been short of attention since its offset.
During the Summer of 2015 the band spent time in the studio with renowned producer Bruce Rintoul (Twin Atlantic, Fatherson) with the resulting tracks being received to rave reviews and covered by national press. Patersani have been widely tipped for the top by many in the music industry including former Xfm Drivetime DJ Jim Gellatly.
”The most exciting Scottish prospect since Fatherson.” WOW24/7
”Patersani are one of the Country’s most exciting emerging acts.” Jim Gellatly – Xfm and The Scottish Sun
”Now is Patersani’s time to firmly establish themselves not only within the confines of Scotland but far beyond.” Tenement Tv
”The band though still in it’s infancy, seems destined for success.” Ravechild.
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