Brother Sun (Pat Wictor, Joe Jencks, and Greg Greenway)
Pat's new harmony singing trio with Joe Jencks and Greg Greenway! Full news and tour schedule on the Brother Sun website.
Pat on Twitter
A fun way to stay in touch in short bursts (150 characters or less). I'll post a quick thought every few days. Keeps the flow going, between newsletters.
Pat on YouTube
Videos of Pat Wictor playing live in a variety of settings: solo and in-the-round at festivals and clubs, totally "unplugged" under a tent at Falcon Ridge, and accompanying friends like Ellis and Joe Crookston.
Pat Wictor on YouTube
Cheryl Prashker, percussionist extraordinaire
Cheryl accompanies me at many shows. She's an outstanding listener, improviser, and accompanist with great range and chops.
Naked Folk Calendar
Jayne Toohey's dedication has turned this yearly calendar into an institution in folk music. You can purchase them on the Naked Folk website, or at my shows. (I'm Mr. January in the 2009 calendar.)
S.B. MacDonald Custom Instruments
Quality luthier, repair, and restoration shop for acoustic and electric instruments. Based in Huntington, NY (Long Island).
International Folk Alliance
FA organizes national and regional conferences to advance the cause of presenting live acoustic music.
Folk Alliance Website
A wonderful site for blues fans, with a wide scope ranging from the acoustic Delta and Piedmont blues on up to contemporary electric blues, and including blues-rooted musicians on the rock and folk scenes. The site is run by Frank Matheis, veteran DJ and blues harp player, and the reviews are a rich guide to listeners looking to dig further into the blues.
Philly Friends: A Toast to Pat Scott on myspace
This is a myspace page for the "supergroup" I formed with my good friends Cheryl Prashker, LisaBeth Weber, and Maggie Marshall. Jayne Toohey, the "5th Philly Friend," provided photography and graphic design.
All proceeds from the EP we recorded go to support Women In Transition (WIT), which provides empowerment counseling, referrals, and advocacy to women in the Philadelphia area who are endangered by domestic violence and / or substance abuse.
See www.helpwomen.org for more information, to volunteer, or to make a donation.
Philly Friends: A Toast to Pat Scott