When you play music everyday where do you go from there? Singer/Songwriter Patrice Luciano knows, you take others along for the musical ride. Self-taught musician, Patrice imagined becoming a professional singer. From age 5 she would decide to make music her chosen path. Patrice Luciano is a local business owner in Sparks, NV where she runs a very popular Irish hotspot called Paddy and Irene’s Irish Pub. She is a mother of three, a United States Air Force Veteran and local community icon with emphasis on supporting local musicians and various commendable charity causes. Patrice got her first bit of performing at age 7 when she sang the National Anthem for a local event. Born and raised in Reno, NV, she would be inspired by many genres. Her love for Country Music grew strong while performing at local Rodeos, she knew this was where she wanted to go. Keeping her eyes on Nashville and perfecting her craft.
By age 15, Patrice picked up her first guitar and started to create her own music. Over the years she sang locally and even tried her luck with American Idol in 2006 and the Voice in 2016. Never giving up her dream Patrice performs at Open mic nights, where she meets musicians that later form her band Southern Cut. Sitting in with some of Reno's best musicians and performing live at different venues locally. With 2019 being the most successful she has endured with music she continues to open for bands such as: Riley Green, Lindsay Ell, Colt Ford, Swon Brothers, Locash, Daid Nail, Uncle Kracker and even was the only female at the Country Music Festival in Yerington, Nevada called Night in The Country. Winning Battle of the Bands for KBUL 98.1 FM was one of the many highlights to her career. Her dreams of becoming a Nashville Recording Artist will continue as she lives her dream as Country Music Musician. She said, “I continue to grow and learn new things about this industry. Fame is not what I seek, but the love of reaching people with my gift”.