1414 Alaskan Way, Seattle, 98101, WA, United States
Patti Allen "entertainer" is a Northwest favorite. She has performed nationally and internationally with such jazz and blues greats as B.B. King, Lou Rawls, and Hubert Sumlin to name a few. She says, however, the most fun she has ever had was with The Seattle Women of Rhythm and Blues.
Patti's distinctive musical range and hot moves explain her rare talent of keeping the audience on its feet and begging for more. Her contribution to music has been rewarded with numerous reginal awards such as: 1996 First Female inducted into the Washington Blues Society Hall of Fame; 2000 and 2002-Vocalist of the Year; 2001--First Female to receive The Joe Johansen Memorial Award for Exeellence; First female vocalist to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award 2001 and 2004.
Patti is known for her infectious humor and her ability to entertain any audience. Her heart is in her music. She shows a selfless contribution to music education in the schools, and her unwavering commitment for our children's future.
Patti Allen has performed and/or recorded with: Duke Ellington, B.B. King, Lou Rawls, Little Bill and the Bluenotes, Randy Oxford Band, Dave Lewis Trio, Don Ells Orchestra and many other international & regional artists. Allen was the first female recipient of the Washington Blues Society's Lifetime Achievement Award.