Patrick Dahlheimer

born on 30/5/1971 in York, PA, United States

Patrick Dahlheimer

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Patrick Dahlheimer

Patrick "Pat" Dahlheimer (born May 30, 1971 in York, Pennsylvania) is the bassist for the bands Live and The Gracious Few. Live have sold over 20 million records,[1] including the 8x platinum album Throwing Copper.[2]

Biography

Pat is a founding member of the band Live and has appeared on all their albums to date. He met his future Live band mates at middle school in York, Pennsylvania. When vocalist Ed Kowalczyk left the band in 2009, Dahlheimer formed the band The Gracious Few along with Chad Taylor and Chad Gracey of Live and Kevin Martin and Sean Hennesy from the band Candlebox. They released their debut album The Gracious Few in 2010. In 2011, Live announced their intention to record new material and Chris Shinn was brought in as the new lead singer in 2012.

Discography

With Live

  • all albums to date

With The Gracious Few

  • The Gracious Few (2010)

References

  1. "LIVE to Perform at The Pools at The Palazzo on June 11" Reuters - May 7, 2009.
  2. (Gold and Platinum) RIAA.com (note: enter Throwing Copper in the search box to see its entry)

External links

Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Patrick Dahlheimer

  • The Gracious Few (official website)
  • Friends of Live (official website)
This page was last modified 06.01.2014 12:29:20

This article uses material from the article Patrick Dahlheimer from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and it is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.