After a great past summer spent opening for nationally touring acts (Cracker, Dale Watson, and Lucas Nelson and the Promise of the Real), rocking some of Colorado’s best stages (the Mishawaka Amphitheater, FoCoMx, and Bohemiam Nights at New West Fest), headlining home-state festivals (No Woodstock, The What Fest), and lending their music to causes like Take Bake the Night, The Make a Wish Foundation, the Laramie SAFE House Project, and the Larimer County Food Bank, this summer has Patti busy playing all of Colorado’s most notable events (Bohemian Nights, The Greeley Stampede, The Taste of Fort Collins, The Capitol Hill People’s Fair, The Colorado Brewer’s Festival, and many more). Back in November, they took the honors as SCENE Magazine’s Battle of the Band’s winner, garnishing studio time and the cover of Northern Colorado’s most prominent entertainment publication. The Coloradoan ranked Patti Fiasco’s 5-song demo “No Bridges” on a list of the best 10 Colorado Albums of 2010, and SpokesBUZZ, a Fort Collins non-profit organization dedicated to building global awareness of the music and art coming out of Fort Collins, selected Patti Fiasco as one of their supported bands in 2010/2011.
With a hot new album circulating and a fanbase that grows exponentially with each public appearance, there seems to be not limit to the Patti Fiasco’s potential.
As Devin Morse of SCENE Magazine noted:
“The Patti Fiasco seems destined for greatness. On the one hand, they have all the aspects a music executive would look for in a marketable act. On the other hand, the have that sort of organic charm and grassroots style that proves its about more than just money and popularity. If you haven’t heard the Patti Fiasco yet, you surely will hear them soon. Stay tuned.”