- Performer:Pat Donohue
- Title:In Concert at the Freight & Salvage
- Style:Contemporary Folk,Singer/Songwriter
- Date of release:July 8, 1997
- Size FLAC version1342 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1395 megabytes
- Size WMA version1645 megabytes
- Formats:AA MMF VOX MP2 RA XM
Pat Donohue combines the rare talent of being a superb guitar player with that of writing excellent songs. He is also a showman that weaves humor and wit into his performances. A concert6 with Pat can move you with his songs such as Midnight Man and then astound you with his finger dexterity as he blazes through Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag. His tongue-in-cheek humor shows up in his hilarious songs Bio and Stealing From Chet while his sentimentality is apparent on Out On the Road To Kingdom Come. A Concert with Pat Donohue is all-encompassing and is a richly musical experience that will.
Pat and his band, Dan Newton, Richard Kriehn, Peter Johnson, Gary Raynor and Butch Thompson may take you back to their days on Prairie Home Companion with songs about Winter and the holidays and then much more featuring: Blues, Rockabilly, Folk, Jazz and Pat’s hilarious original parodies. With Pat at the helm and his ever so talented crew this show will make for an enjoyable night out and bring the audience closer to the spirit of the holiday season. Pat Donohue in concert-The Spire Center for Performing Arts. Fri 19:30 EDT · Spire Center for Performing Arts · Plymouth, MA, United States.
Pat Donohue continues to divide his time between his regular performances on A Prairie Home Companion, live concerts, and teaching workshops. He releases a new album every two years or so. His canon is somewhat eclectic: some of the recordings feature his singer/songwriter side; he has also released two instrumental albums. Donohue is also a creative song parodist and the parodies are often performed on A Prairie Home Companion.
He is a Grammy nominated, National Fingerpicking Guitar Champion songwriter. In 1985 Donohue's first album, Manhattan to Memphis, was released on Red House Records. He released one more album on Red House before setting up his own label, Bluesky Records. In the early nineties, Donohue was asked to join the house band on Garrison Keillor 's radio program A Prairie Home Companion Pat Donohue at the Freight and Salvage.
Profile is an album by American guitarist Pat Donohue that was released in 2005. Most of the songs are written in a ragtime style.