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“Best of the Valley-Shore/LittleHouse Live in Studio Jor Patrina and Tom McGregor of LittleHouse showed today with guitars in hand to talk about the new music Joe wrote during the October snowstorm in CT. Joe, who lives in West Simsbury, was without power for 10 days and during that time, met many of the people working to restore power in the area. One song, "Journeyman's Holiday" relates the plight of the men from the South who are away from their families for long stretches of time. We also talked about the band's new lineup and their work for charitable causes”

“Joe Patrina and Tom MacGregor of LittleHouse perform on WFSB Better Connecticut show.”

“Newington resident makes barn-full of music”

“LittleHouse has been selected as one of the semi-finalists in the 965 TIC Open for Bon Jovi contest! Voting is live from now until Sunday April 24th at 8pm—be sure to head over and vote!”

“LittleHouse Raises $2,200 For Lupus Foundation Of America, CT Chapter”

“WHERE DO SONGS COME FROM? LESSONS IN SONG WRITING CONNECTICUT MUSICIAN PENS UNIQUE BOOK ON “MAKING MUSIC WITH A MESSAGE” ”

“Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown welcomed to town with book signing, concert.”

“JOE PATRINA is not a natural showman, something he readily admits. “Our first time playing, I was not able to smile,” he said before a recent performance here. “I just kind of stood there. I performed when I was young, but that was 30 years ago.” ”

“Hey check out Jim Vicevich's Sound Off Connecticut 1/18/11 show part 6 to hear Joe Patrina's appearance with Jim!”

“Watch for Joe and Jessica on the FOX CT Morning Show, Tuesday, December 21st at 8AM”

“Watch Better Connecticut on WFSB TV3 Thursday for Melissa Cole's interview of JP in the Caddy and again on Friday as the band hits the stage in their studio for a live number or two... ”

“Look for the band in Decembers issue of Hartford Magazine”

Hartford Magazine

“Watch LittleHouse's Joe Patrina and Jessica Jarvis interview and performance of "Goes Like This" on NBC Connecticut.”

“Once, sometimes even two or three times each month, cars across the tri-state area crowd a rural Connecticut street for a unique music event. They do not head to a concert hall, theater, nightclub or other venue, because this music is played in a barn.”

“Joe Patrina is living his dream. After selling his successful software company, he moved to Simsbury where his property consists of several out buildings and a barn which has been converted into a recording studio and concert venue allowing Patrina to write, record and rehearse with his band, "LittleHouse."”

“LittleHouse performance on "Mass Appeal" WWLP-22 NBC ”

“LittleHouse on NBC Connecticut Joe Patrina lives on a 15-acre property in West Simsbury. There is where he brought his family to break free from the hustle and bustle of New York City. His life there included running a highly successful software business on Wall Street. ”

NBC

“Everything about this group is grassroots: the barn. the intense following from local fans and the music. "We have a whole variety of sounds and we mix it up and essentially it became more of a variety s how so that's why it's a very interesting band." It's a mix of pure joy and pressure for Patrina, who has lofty goals of one day playing the USO tour. ”

“The band LittleHouse finds inspiration for its music from events, big and small. The devastation dealt by Hurricane Katrina changed New Orleans forever and continues to reverberate five years later in the music of this CT-based group.......”

“Hey you Simbillies, check out an article about JP and LittleHouse in Tomi Magazine's September issue, pages 30-31! Http://www.tomimagazine.com ”