Hear the singerwhose vocalswowed Meatloaf
Patti Russo, the ‘powerhouse female vocalist’ on Meatloaf’s classic rock anthem Paradise by the Dashboard, will be singing her heart out at Buxton’s Pavilion Arts Centre this weekend.
For nearly 20 years Patti was an integral part of Meat Loaf’s touring and recording career
where she was the perfect foil for his bombastic and theatrical stage displays.
She has appeared on all of Meat Loaf’s albums since 1995 and is featured on numerous other recordings such as Bryan Ferry’s Frantic and Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s critically acclaimed rock opera Beethoven’s Last Night.
Patti has also sung live alongside some of the world’s finest artists, including Queen, Roger Daltrey, Jeff Beck and Cher.
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During An Intimate Evening with Patti Russo, Bring Me a Bible and a Beer, audiences will be treated to Patti’s most memorable tracks, together with her reminiscences and stories of life on the road.
Patti Russo, Bring Me a Bible and a Beer will be at Pavilion Arts Centre on Saturday, December 12. at 7.30pm.
Tickets are priced at £22.50 and discounts are available. To buy tickets, contact Buxton Opera House box office on 01298 72190 or visit www. buxtonoperahouse.org.uk