Quotes & Reviews

Celebrate Women's Empowerment with Patti Spadaro 
-Skope Magazine

"Musically, the single showcases Spadaro’s signature style—organic grooves and memorable compositions infused with heartfelt emotion. The arrangement is both dynamic and uplifting, with a chorus that is bound to become an earworm. The bridge, with its imagery of a lotus rising from the mud and shattering the ceiling, adds a layer of poetic depth, making it not just a song but an anthem of resilience and empowerment.

The Patti Spadaro Band has always been about more than just music; it’s about connection, inspiration, and transformation. “Glass Shatters” encapsulates this ethos, delivering a message that is both timely and timeless. It’s a call to action and a celebration of progress, encouraging women to keep pushing boundaries and making their voices heard."

Patti Spadaro Band's Glass Shatters 
-Rockeramagazine.com

“Glass Shatters” is not only a standout single but also a significant addition to Patti Spadaro’s impressive body of work. Her ability to blend heartfelt songwriting with memorable melodies and engaging performances is evident in this track. As a celebration of women’s achievements and a reminder of the power of unity and resilience, “Glass Shatters” is poised to resonate with a wide audience and inspire listeners everywhere."

 

Spadaro Keeps it Honest and Strong 
-Rege Behe - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 

“Spadaro plays clean, lyrical leads on guitar that are reminiscent of the style of the late Jerry Garcia in their economy and fluidity.”

"The thing that I love about Patti's songs is that she is completely real in them," Jim Donovan (Rusted Root) says. "This authenticity and transparency made it easy for me to be a part of her recording. In addition to an honest and strong voice, her lead guitar playing is nothing short of remarkable."

"One of the things I love about music is it gets me centered," Spadaro says. "You hear athletes talking about being in the zone, being in the present moment, and I get that out of music. What's really cool is having a band where everybody is in the same place and the energy is flowing, everybody is syncronized with each other and creating in the moment."


Guitar Heroine
-Scott Mervis - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“Patti Spadaro is the rare lead guitar playing frontwoman on the local scene, working in a bluesy jam-rock style somewhere between Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Ray Vaughn and the Grateful Dead.”

Asked about new influences on "Bringing Me Back" Ms. Spadaro pointed to Derek Trucks, John Mayer and Trey Anastasio. "Besides technical ability, each of them has a great feel. The Dave Matthews Band...The Grateful Dead...these players are outstanding improvisers. Which is what I love to do as well. I love that 'in-the-moment' feeling when I'm able to let loose and improvise a guitar solo. Music feels so good, and has the ability to wash away some of the every day stresses and clear the head a bit. Listening to these players does that for me, annd that's what I'd like to be doing for people."


QUOTES 

"Patti and her band put on a hell of a show throughout, and if you want to hear some of the best music the Pittsburgh area has to offer, this is a great place place to start." 
-Harry Funk - Washington PA Observer-Reporter 

"Spadaro creates a dancing, twirling good-vibe atmosphere. Patti's passionate guitar solos are reminiscent of Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana."
-Westside Life Magazine

"Patti Spadaro plays her heart out, and takes total control… She sings with a passion and fire, and it emulates her guitar proficiency."
-MuzikMan - Musicdish.com 

"Shimmering" -Relix Magazine

"A rocking exercise of syncopated rhythm and wah wah lead... the refined riffs of guitarist Patti (Spadaro) shine more and more with every listen."
-The California Aggie

"Patti defines the music with a fluid energy and dynamic sound."
-Encore Magazine