Pat's music life was fashioned from childhood. His mother and her sisters and their brother were accomplished Gospel singers back in the days of the LeFevre family. Music was always a big part of their family life. Pat began his musical career as a drummer at the age of 12. Crowded Streets was formed in the early 1970s with Tony Adams, Michael Dempsey, Ben Jackson and Eugene Perdue. Pat was really influenced by some great musicians during that time of discovery. He soon moved on to guitar and began to write songs of his own. The Byrds, CSNY, The Eagles, Poco, John David Souther, were early influences. Pat grew into his twenties playing small venues, coffee shops with a totally secular playlist. At 25, the music stopped for a couple of years, as the emptiness of the songs was becoming more evident to Pat, but God restored the prodigal son to fellowship (relationship had been there all along)! In Pat's 27th year the Bible-based songs became the purpose of the music. Soon opportunities to offer praise to the Lord and encouragement to the body of Christ began with requests for a CD of his songs. Encouraged by his wife, Darcy, their eight children, and an ever-increasing fan base Pat's musical adventure continues! May the Lord Jesus be magnified in the songs that are offered for His Glory!