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Brian Patneaude Quartet releases "Variations" (WEPA Records)

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Brian Patneaude Quartet - Variations

Brian Patneaude Quartet releases “Variations" (WEPA Records) WEPA Records is pleased to announce the release of “Variations", the debut recording by the Brian Patneaude Quartet. Formed nearly one year ago, the quartet consists of George Muscatello (guitar), Ryan Lukas (bass), Danny Whelchel (drums) and Brian Patneaude (saxophone). “Variations" is a collection of nine original compositions by the members of the group which have been molded during their popular weekly Sunday night residency at Justin's Restaurant in Albany, NY. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered by John Nazarenko at Wood's End Studios in Greenfield Center, NY.

Official CD Release Party set for 5/2/03 @ The Van Dyck The official CD Release Party for “Variations" is set for Friday, May 2nd @ the historic Van Dyck Restaurant in Schenectady, NY. The quartet will perform two shows at 7:00pm and 9:30pm respectively with a $5 admission price for each set. Tickets can be reserved by calling (518) 381-1111.

For more information on the Brian Patneaude Quartet or “Variations" (including sound-clips) visit: www.brianpatneaude.com/quartet.html

Review copies of “Variations" are available upon request.


“VARIATIONS" CD Release Party:
Friday, May 2nd @ THE VAN DYCK

237 Union Street, Schenectady, NY
(518) 381-1111
two shows: 7:00pm & 9:30pm
$5 admission

“Variations" is currently available at:
- www.brianpatneaude.com
- www.cdstreet.com
- Barnes & Noble (Albany, NY & Saratoga, NY)
- Borders (Albany & Saratoga, NY)
- Blue Sky Music Studios (Delmar, NY)
- El Palacio Musical (Amsterdam, NY)
- Cole's Woodwind & Brass Repair (Watervillet, NY)
- Van Curler Music (Albany, NY)

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