Busker of Natchez
Pat\'s love of music, art, history, and his southern roots brought about the creation of this CD. Always involved with music and art, it was just in the last few years that he explored the 19th century for his inspiration. In the 60\'s and 70\'s his music was rock and roll and his art was fantastic realism/surrealism. Most recently he painted in a classical realist style and honed his skills on the banjo. He created his character, The Busker, and began greeting tourists from the riverboats docked at Natchez Under the Hill. Pat recorded the music for this CD in 2007, and began the self portrait depicting the Busker for the cover in June of 2008. He succumbed to cancer before it was completely finished. His passion for music, art, life, and love will carry on through the many paintings and the recordings he has left behind.
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