Mitchell, Patty


  • From Perrin, Texas (moved to Nashville in 1999).
  • Began singing and recording at age seven.
  • Early 1990’s, played bass and mandolin with the Dixie Chicks when they won the band contest at Telluride.
  • Recorded for Electra Records with her trio “The Domestic Science Club.”
  • Was a founding member of the band Red Oak.
  • Sang the National Anthem at World Cup Soccer matches.
  • Sang with Ralph Stanley on his “Clinch Mountain Sweethearts” album, with Emmylou Harris on her “Caught in the Web” album, and with Gail Davies on her “Live and Unplugged at the Station Inn” album.
  • 2003, recorded solo project These Are the Good Old Days (no label).