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"Please know that I am here for you when you are ready to promote yourself, for you are very gifted and whatever I can do to support, I'm there. Thank you for your kind heart for what I share to this community, it truly is my heart. All…"
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"Thanks Jaijai, I've been quiet for a while but have high hopes for this year. The site is marvellous now and I love your messages and wonderful artwork. Much love to you and yours.x"
Feb 14, 2010
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"What a beautiful rendition Pat, I love your voice, always have! Happy Valentines Day to you too my friend. Love Jaijai"
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Impromptu My Funny Valentine on Friday with Ian Jenkins(sax) Jimmy Cosker (piano) Drew Baker (drums) at a Brass Impact gig
Feb 14, 2010

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Where are you located?
Scotland
Tell us a little about your background...
Just love singing ....and learning all the time.
OK...jaijai has been nagging me so here goes....started in the church choir....sang semi classical and Scots folk (from my mother's side) My father's side, however, won the day as his love of big band jazz infused my consciousness for most of my childhood. When I met a guy called Alan McPike who plays keyboard and sang Moonlight In Vermont I felt like I had musically come home and I started learning all the standards ... a couple each week as I could only do this part time. What I love about jazz is that every time I listen or play is is different and I hate to get bored.
Now I am at a bit of a crossroads....I have a full time day job which pays the mortgage and am singing regularly with an amateur big band but really want to stretch myself further. I have signed up for a jazz vocal workshop during the summer and hope that it will give me the kick up the musical a*s that I am needing. As Ella sang "There's A Lull In My Life" so there is in mine. Singing with big band arrangements is great but the anticipation and feeling I get in my belly( and it's a fair sized belly!) when I work with a small group fires me up in a way that nothing else in my life does. I recently hooked up with a superb guitarist called Steven Coutts at a wedding and the chords he pulls out of the bag just make me smile.......
Well that's it for now guys. I'd love to hear from folk who fell (or feel)the same way
Hugs
Pat xAugust 2008
Just back from France where I had the MOST wonderful time at Loire Music's Jazz Vocal Workshop. What a week that was.....studying with Anita Wardell and Angela Ashmore Elliot has been inspirational and uplifting in ways I could not have imagined.Having been absolutely terrified of doing it at all and never having done anything like it before, it was a step into the unknown. I found that their warmth, patience and insights into all aspects of performance went way above the call of duty on many occasions. Tristan,Joe,Rob,Barry and Marie were wonderful to sing with.Thank you all. If you want to sing jazz at all I would highly recommend this course. It not only gives you confidence try new things but you come home with a cracking bunch of new friends who all have common aims and goals.
Singing "Ye Canny shove yer granny aff a bus" in 5 part harmony at 3 am in the garden will stay with me forever!!!!!





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http://www.myspace.com/patsykeating

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At 3:16pm on February 16, 2009, Christopher Morse said…
Hi Pat, great to see you here. It's great to hear you sing, wherever it is. Hope all is well with you.
Best,
Chris
At 3:10pm on November 14, 2008, Alan Thorburn said…
Hey Pat, The 31st August was a wee while ago when you kindly left a message for a fellow Scot - so all I can do is apologise for being better late than never!! As I say, I've been rather absent for TJN for a few months all around, just work and family stuff. Amazing to see what a big and small world TJN is and bringing many amazing folks together via Jajai's inception. Hope things are good in Glasgow! :O) Alan
At 1:10am on September 27, 2008, Cres O'Neal said…
Before entering the abyss of nod -- just coming down from a gig I had about two hours ago, I just want to wish you a blessed, wonderful, productive, and safe. weekend.


Cres

At 7:59am on September 26, 2008, Elaine Hernandez said…
Love it Pat! wonderful voice! Soft, yet powerful! Thank you for adding me as your friend!!!! Lets keep jazzing!!!
At 3:26am on September 24, 2008, Cres O'Neal said…
Wow, what a great compliment. Thank you. You've got quite a bit goin on! Thanks for including me in your circle.
At 10:53am on September 22, 2008, Roseanna Vitro said…
Look who I found here!..oh my god, you sound so great..really..what a voice...if there's anyone you want me to tell that you should be famous..just give me their name..!! hugs...Ro
At 12:12am on September 20, 2008, Durium said…
Thank you Pat for our nice message. i'll try to listen to the program

Keep swinging

Hans
The Netherlands
At 10:48pm on September 17, 2008, Ken Morrison said…
Now we're friends in two locations!

Nice version of Day By Day....

Ken
At 10:59am on September 15, 2008, Grace Black said…
Hi Pat, nice to hear from you. As you say I am well chuffed with the fundraising result and already planning a few events for next year. I am hoping that one of the events will be a big outdoor jazz concert in a local Fife park next June or July and I will be asking all of my jazz buddies if they might like to take part. Since it is a charity event I will be looking for folks to give their time and talents for free so I would be grateful if you and the band might consider coming along and I will get back to you once I have more details.
Still hoping to catch some of your gig at Callander but I also need to check in on another act who's show is on at the same time on Saturday because we are looking to book them for our new jazz club and my colleague in the venture insists that we see acts perform before booking them !!!
cheers
Grace
At 7:25pm on September 14, 2008, carol kidd MBE said…
Hi Pat,
Good to hear you---------sounding great!
Yes, this network of Jaijai's is amazing I'm having so much fun.
Much luv,
Carol--------xxx
 
 
 

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