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Renee' Grant Patrick

Live Entertainment in Greater Phoenix, Arizona

Renee’ Grant Patrick has connected with individuals and crowds with her voice and music over the past 12 years in the Valley. Her music is shockingly honest and emotionally charged. Listeners find Renee’s sound somehow familiar, but one that is refreshingly original and inviting. Singing a variety of genres from Jazz Standards, to classic R&B, Renee’s music will capture you with her powerful voice combined with a passionate delivery.

Born in Philadelphia PA, to now 31 years in Arizona, music has been a way of life for Renee’. Her father was a member of the world renowned Ink Spots, inducted in the Doo Wop Hall of Fame in 1997. Renee’s mother somewhat a local legend having recorded duets with Terry Johnson of the Flamingos in Detroit’s Motown Studios along side of greats such as Smokey Robinson, and Marvin Gaye. It is safe to say that music runs in her family.


Renee is always keeping busy, check out her list of events and appearances.

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A heartfelt concert, dedicated to the late George Grant-(7-42-1937 to 1-13-2016), lead vocalist for The Ink Spots in the 80’s, and father of vocalist Renee Grant Patrick. “We 3”- Nicole Pesce-piano, Suzanne Lansford, and Renée Grant Patrick-vocals. Performing at The Nash in Phoenix, Az. October 1st. 2016

"Feel the Rain" CD Release

Hidden gems: Arizona singer Renee Patrick growing fans

Sedona Jazz at the Church Renee Patrick & a night of jazz ballads

Renee Patrick sings “Our Love is Here to Stay”



To book your next event please contact: Renee’ Patrick

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