PATCH BROWN is a singer/guitar player from Melbourne who has been performing professionally for more than 20 years and is a man with many hats. His versatility and diversity has seen him working with many varied artists over the years. Patch played guitar with Aria award winning band The Superjesus, and he has toured and recorded with Hugo Race, original member of Nick Cave’s ‘Bad Seeds’. Since 2012 he has been collaborating with TV personality/comedian/singer Paul McDermott, performing festivals, TV shows and national theatre shows around Australia.
Patch has been playing solo acoustic shows since his teen years, starting out as a busker while living in London. Based in Airlie beach in central Queensland for the last several years has seen him garner a repertoire of over 200 songs catering for all occasions. Patch can entertain a wedding reception or corporate event of several hundred people or an intimate group, ceremony or conference. With a high standard of professionalism, communication skills, etiquette and charm, Patch has the ability to adapt to audiences of all ages, shapes and sizes.