Patrick Rayl has been performing in the Cochise County area for the past four years. Patrick Rayl has a local established fan base and performs regularly for local community events in Cochise County. Patrick is a retired Marine. Patrick is a talented and gifted singer and musician with a powerful vocal range that covers a broad spectrum of country, western and rock music. As a lead singer he delivers a powerful vocal performance that is captivating to all. Patrick’s musical talent blended together with his years of military service and life experiences coupled with his natural country vocal sound can be awe-inspiring and mesmerizing. Performing with his own backing tracks for cover material and original material written by Patrick and Pete Louden. Patrick’s visionary gift allows him to take a song and convert it into a dynamic and powerful musical production. Patrick's vocals and one-of-a-kind rhythm guitar style can be found throughout the debut of original and cover material performed by the group. From the deeply introspective and emotional presence of the title track "Back Home" to the more traditional country vocal reverberation of "Doctor Bud and She’s No Damn Good." Patrick’s style is a blend of country, blues, and rock-n-roll and truly is a unique and powerful sound.
Patrick's vocal influences include The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Buck Owens, George Strait, Dwight Yoakam while his guitar influence include Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Luther Perkins, Chet Atkins, Scotty Moore, Danny Gatton, Doyle Dykes, Brad Paisley and Ted Nugent.
His personal journey, which includes twenty years in the United States Marine Corps, combat in Iraq, and life-long singing and one-of-a-kind guitar style provides Patrick with the depth of life experience and musical influence which adds a dynamic charm to his performances.