Patrick Cornell
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Patrick Cornell

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BIOGRAPHY

What makes Patrick Cornell believable as an artist is his clear vision of who he is and what he is trying to accomplish.

 

With 15 years of classical and jazz training and inspiration from rock n’ roll greats, the Dayton, OH native left the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music as a jazz/studio music major and moved to Los Angeles, California to start his professional music career as a studio/touring bass guitarist for hire. Rising through the LA ranks he toured the world and performed various gigs on bass guitar with such notable artists from Dave Navarro (Red Hot Chilli Peppers/Janes Addiction), Matt Sorum (Guns N’ Roses), Steve Stevens (Billy Idol) and Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray) to American Idol finalist, John Peter Lewis to rock n roll legend, Robbie Robertson (The Band).

 

Cornell eventually migrated to Nashville and has gone through a transformation from a session bass player into a full-time songwriter, producer and solo artist. Taking direction from the Nashville’s songwriting community and culture, Cornell’s lyrics focus on telling a complete story. He writes from a reflective perspective with the intention of telling stories relating to a broad audience.

 

If you ask him why and how he’s accomplished all he has, his response is simple: “It’s God-given.” He argues that none of what he’s accomplished has happened because of anything that he’s done on his own. Still, he’s done a lot. So what is he most proud of so far? “My hair,” he jokes.

 

As Patrick focuses on the future, his goals are simple: release music and play shows. Join his email list and follow him on social media to stay updated on upcoming projects and shows.

 

–Sarah Schumacher, Disney Music Publishing