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Pat began singing at the early age of 15 in the Caribbean Island of Trinidad where he formed a trio called the Canaries. The three friends went on to win an Island-wide televised contest called Scouting for Talent. The group performed at various charitable venues as the boys were too young to perform in clubs. Returning to his native Jamaica, Pat joined the Jaywalkers, a six piece R&B/Rock Steady(Reggae) band that enjoyed much popularity with the local islanders.Migrating to Toronto in the late 1960's, Pat played with various R&B groups such as The Experiments, New Directions, Toronto Revival and The PG Reid Band. Appearing at venues in and around the Toronto area; University campuses; and covering numerous road tours in South Western Ontario; the East Coast including Newfoundland, Pat's vocals wooed the crowds and he became the talk of the town. He has performed with some of the top musicians from the Toronto area.Pat’s vocal training began at Toronto's famed Royal Conservatory of Music at the University of Toronto under the tutelage of Miss John. He then attended the renowned Humber College's Jazz Program, as a Voice Major under Clarke Anderson. Pat holds a degree in Psychology from York University in Toronto.His debut album “Come Into My Life”(c)2006 was nominated for Traditional Gospel Album of the Year at the 2006 Gospel Music Covenant Awards (GMA) in Calgary Canada; and songs "Lord of Lords, King of Kings" and the title track "Come Into My Life" were nominated for Traditional Gospel Song of The Year. Accompanying himself on the piano, Pat soothes the soul with vintage Jazz. Recent songs written by Pat are in the Pop; Reggae and Country Genre with songs: "Live And Let Live"-reggae; "Through The Night"-country;'You Belong to Me"-gospel"I'm Feeling Good All Over"-pop. Presently Pat is concentrating on writing, practicing his piano and recording in his home-studio.