Described as, "peace, love, and a giant crowbar," Patty PerShayla has a gritty, yet sweet singing voice, and has both explosive and tender moments in her performance. Patty grew up around live music and started writing songs as a teenager, beginning with parodies and songs about Harry Potter but eventually finding her identity as a lyricist, deeply rooted in the folk tradition. Often describing her music as “horror folk,” she is releasing a Halloween-themed EP, her debut studio record, in the fall. She is also known for her ukulele renditions of heavy metal songs. Although she appears in Michigan breweries as a solo act, Patty is also the frontwoman of blues-rock trio, Talk Radio, and performs with the Sandra Effert band, as well.
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