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Pat Waters is to Country Music what “peanut butter is to jelly”, synonymous! Pat was born and reared in a small town in Texas and his life and music reflect his upbringing, strong family values, hard work and a sense of loyalty to friends. His recent hit song, “The Company I Keep” reflects that innate sense of loyalty to friends.
Pat has released 9 CD’s and every single released to radio has made the Texas Music Charts. His release, “I Knew” scored #1 in the European market and he was named “Texas Male Vocalist of the Year”.
Pat’s music, stage presence and personality resembles Country Music Legends George Strait and Alan Jackson. Since his early beginning at the small VFW in Chico Texas, Pat has entertained crowds in honky tonk’s, fairs, festivals and private events all over the Southeast and Southwest United States. Pat has shared the stage with such legends like Merle Haggard, John Conlee, Johnny Bush, Lynyrd Skynyrd and new country sensations; Josh Abbott Band, Stoney LaRue, Brandon Ryder, Jason Boland and many others.
Pat Waters serves as the “National Spokesperson for America’s Drug Free Promotions” (a 501c-3 non-profit organization) and travels to schools in the Southwest speaking to youth about the dangers of illicit drugs, teen bullying, teen suicide and the abuse of alcohol. “To coin the old phrase, the children of today are our country’s future, it’s my aim to let them know that A drug free lifestyle is true freedom,” says Pat.
The following quote by Mr. Ron Wynn of the Nashville City Paper sums up Pat Waters as well as anything that can be said; “There’s always lots of talk about what constitutes “real” country, and much of it usually centers on lyric enunciation, lyric content and musical backing/production. But there’s also an attitude inherent in classic country music, a sense of honesty and integrity that comes across in a manner that people who really love the music immediately identify, and those who truly perform it embody in their work.”