Patrick Thomas, a native of Colleyville, Texas, is a Nashville-based recording artist and was a finalist on Season 1 of NBC’s hit show The Voice. He recently made a guest appearance as a music city mentor on the first season of Lifetime Network’s Chasing Nashville. An accomplished pianist and guitarist, he was also a staff writer for Cornman Music/Warner Chappell from 2011-2013, signed with Brett James (Jesus Take the Wheel and We Went Out Last Night). Patrick also starred in the world premiere of The Hank Legacy produced by Studio Tenn out of Franklin, Tennessee, which enjoyed wide-spread critical acclaim and he spent time in New York starring as Billy Crocker in Anything Goes. Currently, Patrick stays busy writing music, touring as a band leader for a number of recording artists, as well as performing multiple times a week at the Big Bang Dueling Piano Bar in Nashville, Tennessee. Patrick is a featured soloist for Country Legends, in which he will perform with the Phoenix and Anchorage Symphonies. He is also a graduate of Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music.