Patty Clayton has been described as having a “voice as pure as the prairie wind” and is recognized for bringing her own brand of Western music to the forefront as a performing songwriter whose Buckaroo ballads and borrowed songs celebrate the present and the past of western America. A descendant of Oregon Trail pioneers who settled and ranched in the Pacific Northwest, she was raised in the West.
Patty’s pure vocals have delighted Western and Folk audiences in a career that has spanned multiple decades, both as a solo artist, and with her band Cimarron Wind. She has been eagerly sought to share her wonderful sense of harmony for groups such as Jill Jones and the Lone Star Chorale, duet Liz Masterson and Sean Blackburn, and solo performers Dave Stamey, Gary McMahan, Nancy Thorwardson and Juni Fisher. Throughout her musical career, Patty has also been the exclusive opening act for Baxter Black in Colorado, Ian Tyson in Colorado, and Don Edwards in Iowa.
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