Patrick is an Irish bred songwriter who moved to London in 2006. He can be found playing his folky pop songs at regular gigs on the London circuit. He is currently promoting his latest EP 'New Beginnings'
Reviews of Patrick:
"...a very appealing voice and he turns the loping 'Change' into an acoustic version of U2...." Hotpress, Dublin
"...the songs are good and he has a nice, tremulous voice..." www.thestoolpigeon.co.uk
"It was over a year ago that I first heard Patrick at a Zarathustra night at the 12 Bar, when he was a little more into the blues than he was on this occasion. “Millionaire” was in that vein, but “Dangerous Roads” was a very commercial ballad and “Come Home Tonight” was similar. “Sandra” rocked nicely and it was a pretty enjoyable set all in all." Peter Coulston, Audiotart
"London is certainly not short of serious singer-songwriter types, so it's as well that Plunkett is pretty close to the top of the game. His AOR balladry has a pleasant country tinge to it, and he is very well served both by his backing musicians and by producer Tony White. The three songs included on New Beginnings could slot straight into the Radio Two playlist without anyone noticing." Sam Inglis, Sound on Sound
"...here is a pleasure you can enjoy without repercussion, no hangover cure needed I guess you could say. But that’s assuming the crowd aren’t booze hounds, even if they were Patrick Plunkett have the kind of sound that could soothe them easily. The blood that runs white hot is cooled to a pleasing temperature, a temperature that still manages to excite in a way that insights peace and love..." www.surfaceunsigned.co.uk