Patricia Caldwell
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Patricia Caldwell

Band Folk Singer/Songwriter

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Sweet Message
Along the Way
Sacred Surrender

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I started singing with my mom when I was age 5. She taught me to sing harmony to "Springtime in the Rockies," which was a song she had sung as a child with her mother. I have since taught it to my daughter and granddaughter making it a five-generation tradition!

About age 6, I started singing regularly with my dad who taught me the 30-40's era songs. Singing with him are among the happiest of my childhood memories. I still love those songs and end almost every one of my performances with "Goodnight, Sweetheart."

I sang throughout grade school and high school. Shortly after I got married in 1973 I lost my voice for all practical purposes, and didn't reclaim it until 1990. Even though I started singing again, I was plagued by dreadful panic attacks for days before every performance. I would have thrown in the towel but I had come to a place where I could no longer not sing! Angels in the guise of friends, teachers, and audiences helped me move beyond the panic attacks and into singing for the sheer joy of singing! I am profoundly grateful to them all!

In 2000, I was introduced to Tibetan Singing Bowls and fell in love with them after discovering the vibrational healing properties they possess. Even though it may sound a little "left field" to say this, I find that most audiences truly enjoy heariing a sampling of the bowls and toning. Whether or not I would offer this would be up to the venue.

In the course of my exploration into Sound Healing, I have learned the power of our own voice in self healing. Without question, freeing my voice has opened a whole new life for me. I love encouraging others to claim their own voices.

In performances these days, my entire focus is on being real and singing with an opened heart. I am finding that audiences are eager to connect with me and participate in any way I ask them. At the end of the performance we are all refreshed and energized! I love it! and I am Grateful!