The Patti Fiasco Sets UW Performance
Wyoming musicians, The Patti Fiasco, will perform a free concert Wednesday, Jan. 11, at 8 p.m. in the University of Wyoming Union Ballroom to mark the Student Activities Council's first spring semester event.
After three years of touring, writing, recording and playing together, The Patti Fiasco returns to the Cowboy State with a love for Wyoming and an affinity for old-school country. The group has an "undeniably unique resonance that is sure to please both country and rock and roll fans alike," according to a reviewer.
"The Patti Fiasco seems destined for greatness. On the one hand, they have all the aspects a music executive would look for in a marketable act. On the other hand, the have that sort of organic charm and grassroots style that proves it's about more than just money and popularity," wrote Devin Morse of SCENE Magazine. "If you haven't heard The Patti Fiasco yet, you surely will hear them soon. Stay tuned."
After having a busy past summer opening for nationally touring acts such as Cracker and Lucas Nelson, the band also found the time to lend its music to causes such as Take Back the Night and the Laramie SAFE Project. In addition to their numerous performances, The Patti Fiasco also released its first full-length studio album this summer.
For more information on the band, or to hear some of their music, visit http://www.pattifiasco.net/bio.html.
This event is sponsored by the Student Activities Council. Individuals needing assistance to attend this event may call (307) 766-6340. For more information, visit www.uwyo.edu/sac.
The Patti Fiasco opens the UW Student Activities Council spring concert season Wednesday, Jan. 11, at 8 p.m. in the Wyoming Union Ballroom. (The Patti Fiasco)