Patsy Meyer is an Emmy-nominated singer, songwriter, and percussionist. She grew up in N. Ky and was well-known in the Cincy music scene during the 90’s before moving to LA in 2001. This spring Meyer returned to the Cincinnati area where she
and her husband, composer/producer John Henry Kreitler, will reside part-time.
During the past 17 years in Los Angeles, Patsy divided her time between writing songs for television and film, appearing in clubs throughout Southern California with her own band, and touring as a percussionist/background singer. Her touring credits include performing with many major recording artists, including among
others the legendary Patti Austin, Peabo Bryson, Norman Brown, Jeff Lorber and Paul Taylor in major venues around the country including LA’s own Hollywood Bowl.
She also found time to release three albums, including “Don’t Stop Now” featuring Tom Scott and Russ Freeman, “Don’t Get No Better”, a collaboration with Diane Shure’s sax man, Patrick Lamb, and the 2017 “Retro Archives”. As a songwriter Meyer has been nominated for an Emmy three times in the Best Original Song
category, and more than 75 of her songs have been used in numerous TV shows as well as on other artist’s CD’s. Her voice has been featured on commercials for Fortune 500 companies, including AT&T, McDonald’s and Walmart. She is a Remo drum circle facilitator and teaching artist for the Pacific Arts Center. She’s excited to be back in the city where her jazz singing career began, working with notable local musicians Phil Degreg, Don Aren, Wayne Yeager, Mike Sharfe, Bill Cunliffe, Randy Villars, Jay Flippin and Carmen Deleon, among others. She is currently working on
her fourth release, which she describes as “more soulful vocals and spicy percussion housed in a more traditional jazz format"
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