Two Track: Henry Patterson (Virtual Concert)
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Two Track is a music video series designed for Berklee’s YouTube and social media channels that features artists in an intimate setting with only one microphone and continuous camera takes. Each recording session will revolve around a single theme (i.e., connection, love, dreams) that can be expressed by the artist either through their track selection or through a short storytelling segment that will be recorded as part of the performance. The videos in this series will premiere at specific dates and times, but if you miss the premiere, each video will be public on the channel in continuity.
Singer-songwriter Henry Patterson performs on original and a cover for this week's Two Track concert series.
About the Artist
Henry Patterson is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter who is currently studying in his second semester at Berklee. He grew up in Lincoln, Massachusetts and was lucky enough to live in a house full of guitars because his dad and siblings played them often. He chose instead to learn piano as a kid, but it was only a matter of time until he eventually picked up a guitar and started to learn for himself. He wrote his first song while attending a Berklee summer songwriting workshop in 2018, prior to his sophomore year of high school, and he's been addicted to the craft ever since. He pulls inspiration from artists like Jeremy Zucker, Wrabel, Lennon Stella, and Chelsea Cutler, and blends both his pop and indie/folk influences when working on original music, to create his unique sound. He is a songwriting major currently working on a debut batch of songs.