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Brandon Patton


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Brandon Patton’s solo career was born from the ashes of the band three against four. The Boston area trio broke up in 2000 and Patton moved to San Francisco, where he ended up playing bass for Matt Nathanson, Solea, and John Vanderslice.

Patton released the album “Should Confusion” in 2004 on his own label, then moved to Brooklyn, NY. Buzz for the album began with glowing reviews from small websites like and, and grew into an invitation to play at the Newport Folk Festival and a nomination for “Album of the Year” by the 2004 Independent Music Awards.

Soon after, an internet radio station show called “Indie Pop Rocks” on SOMA.FM started spinning the song “What’s the Worst That Could Happen,” and BBC America aired it as well. Patton’s name started showing up on lists and getting downloaded off and iTunes. Colleges started calling him to come and perform.

He eventually signed a publishing deal with ACM Records. He is currently working on his next album, which will be released on his own label, Merlin Pool.

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  • makemeblush

    Someday= extremely catchy song

    1 Nov 2009 Reply
  • ayottedrums

    I love that you named a track Coelacanth hahaha. I'm going to name my next band 'Prehistoric Modern Fish'

    29 Jul 2009 Reply
  • raysinx

    Mo Song = extremely catchy refrain

    15 Dec 2006 Reply

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