Introducing Musical Poet Patti Rain
Patti Rain is a conjugated artist working across poetics. Rain’s album Six Days At The Mouse House grabs and delights the listener with its bright and authentic demeanor that speaks truth to power.
Chicago’s Patti Rain is an award-winning artist and art educator working across poetics creating work that is fresh and genuine. As a teaching artist, she moves the center stage to teach the world through music. She was educated in the arts at the University of California Berkeley and holds two advanced degrees from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, a Master in Art Education and a Master of Fine Arts.
“Patti was the perfect complement to Leon Russell, her music, her message, and her style.” – The Mayne Stage concert promoter after Patti Rain opened for Leon Russell at two sold-out nights at Chicago’s Premier venue.
Patti Rain has been on a long creative journey and now is the time to hear the music.
Find Patti Rain on iTunes and visit her website at: www.praingianneschiart.com
Born in Chicago and educated in the arts at UC Berkeley Rain’s music was born in Manila, Philippines while serving as a US Peace Corps volunteer. She took her music and created a new sound, Rain Rock, crossover reggae music. Chicago Reggae Arts Awards awarded her three years in a row for cross over reggae music, and in 2014 she won the LA Music Awards for Americana artist and album of the year for her album I&I. Her second record was created in the studio of Modest Mouse and reflects the creativity of the environment Isaac Brock creates in his Portland studios.
Patricia Rain Gianneschi’s artist website and online portfolio.