Savageworks International are very proud to present one of the hottest blues rock guitarists touring the world today. Pat Savage has been entertaining large crowds of blues fans in the American Mid-West, the deep south, and across Canada for over 30 years, playing famous blues clubs including: Bourbon Street Nashville, Slippery Noodle Indianapolis, The Soup Kitchen, Detroit, Sully’s Detroit, Blue Cat Blues Dallas, Kingston Mines Chicago, Wise Fool’s Chicago, The Yale Hotel Vancouver Canada, Albert’s Hall Toronto Canada, Dave’s CC Club Tallahassee Florida, Tobacco Road Miami Florida, Chicago’s Spokane, The Central Seattle and many more across North America. Since 2003 Pat has performed at top blues clubs in Europe such as Muddy Waters Oslo Norway, Bourbon Street Amsterdam Holland, Crossroads Antwerp Belgium, Blues House Milan Italy and many more.
Pat Savage’s prowess on the guitar is immediately evident once he takes the stage, as is his ability to win the crowd over, no matter how jaded! Pat has opened up for and shared the stage with many such as Albert King, Albert Collins, James Cotton, Matt Guitar Murphy, Eddie “The Chief” Clearwater, Son Seals, Tommy Castro, Kim Simmons, Foghat, Sonny Rhodes, Downchild Blues Band, Texas Playboys, Nighthawks, Tinsley Ellis, Colin James, Chris Duarte, Peer Gynt, Jeff Healey, and Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown to name but a few.
Pat has played at an impressive list of blues and jazz festivals such as Detroit Blues Festival, Toronto Harbour Front Festival, New York Arts Festival, Du Maurier Jazz Fests Canada, Black Label Blues Festival Quebec, Chicago Blues Fest, Inland Empire Blues Festival, Slippery Noodle Festival, Crossroads Blues Fest Mississippi, Blues On The Farm Chichester UK, Stavanger Blues Festival Stavanger Norway, Backyard Bluesfest in Elverum Norway and many more around the world.
Pat Savage’s live shows and the Cd releases “Wild World”, “Made In Detroit”, “Hog Wild” and “Wind & Fire” have all been critically acclaimed in blues society and blues magazines worldwide. As well, Pat has many rave reviews from on-line blues e-zines worldwide