Pat Flanakin

Pat Flanakin

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Country - Alternative | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 20,187   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 11/27/2020

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Pat has been a pro musician most of his life, played in various bands, and as a solo artist, has opened for some major acts, but has recently been concentrating on writing. Pat has written over 400 songs in different genres, including country, pop, rock, blues, children's music, and holiday music. He writes, sings, produces, and plays all the instruments on 99% of all his recordings. He plays guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, drums, and a little piano and fiddle. One of his songs was slated for a CD by a new artist, but it has yet to be released. Another of his songs is prominently featured in the critically acclaimed film "Van Vorst Park" starring Frank Vincent. His children's CD "In The Land Of Make Believe" is a CD Baby favorite, and they state they like it so much that if the customer doesn't like it, they will refund their money. Often compared to James Taylor, Pat is a consummate singer songwriter in his own right.

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Latest News

2/14/14 Downhill Rush a winner in the In Game Song Contest.

12/10/13 Always The Last To Know & I Wanna Go Back To You and I (country vers.) being played on online radio stn. & soon FM radio stn. in Livingston, TX

12/5/13 The Magical Music Box placed as runner up in the 2nd half 2013 Song Of The Year Contest

6/17/13 Always The Last To Know placed as runner up in the Song Of The Year Contest

March 2013 - Downhill Rush used in the indie film Maintenance Man


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Pat Flanakin posted over 30 days ago to Pat Flanakin


https://youtu.be/lp4v5CopYcQ
I am very appreciative to have had one of my songs included in the above film about demon possession & exorcism on a family in Amarillo, based on a true story.


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Eric Holland posted over 30 days ago


I really love your music video "This Too Shall Pass". Really well done. Tell me, did you film the clips yourself or were you able to find an online source for use of them? Just curious.


Music Publishing posted over 30 days ago


Pat, this is great work. I love the melody.


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