Biography / Info
Pop/rock vocalist PATSY BLACKSTONE was fascinated by rhythm and music in general at a very young age. It was most likely Patsy’s mother, singer/conductor, who gave her these talents. At the age of seven Patsy is determined to attend the music academy.
» Label: Supertonic Music
During her studies at college she begins performing live with her first band Couleur Exquise. Later on she joins the cover band Fake, from then on she performs regularly in Belgium, turning out to be an exciting stage personality.
But Patsy is not content only interpreting the songs of others and she dreams of forming her own band and performing her own songs. During demo sessions with producer Evert Verhees she finds her own musical way of combining rock and pop.
Her debut album ‘As I Am’ reaches #22 in the Belgian Ultratop Charts and the four singles taken from the album, as well as the single ‘The Language Of Love’, a duet with former Soulsister-leadsinger Paul Michiels, generate a lot of airplay on the main belgian radio stations.
She performs live with her own band at several belgian festivals (she opens at the famous Marktrock Festival in Leuven on the main stage). She participates in the Golden Stag Festival in Brasov (Romania) and she also sings on one of the tracks of the famous TV-series ‘Flikken’, broadcasted in Belgium and Holland.
During the following years Patsy has continued to perform live with her own band and as a guest singer with several bands such as The Expendables, The Twins Band and A Tribute To Woodstock.