About Patty Mattson
Patty Mattson's sensational singing voice, revered spoken voice, and songwriting are each success stories on several dazzling fronts.....
Her original debut "The Road", as well as her Holiday EP "All The Wonders Of This Holiday" are sensational! This gal can write songs! And with the expert production & mixing team headed by Grammy Winner Rob Chiarelli of finalmix.com, her work is just, honestly, magical. Log on to www.pattymattson.com and take a listen to the player.
No stranger to recording, Mattson, a gifted songwriter, invited us to share her undeniably well written and performed Debut release "THE ROAD" Late Oct 2011. Completed again with the expert production and mixing of Rob Chiarelli. Mattson takes us on a moving personal journey from the powerfully rockin, soulful and sexy, to the pristine and still manages to deliver amazing surprises along the way. This record keeps you interested in listening with well written, moving original songs and impressive vocals. "THE ROAD" is a sure add to your record collection…
And, when Mattson's impressive range is stunningly aligned to commercials, say, for BMW, Showtime, the Discovery Channel, or the many hilarious parody songs she does for Clear Channel and Premiere Radio Network, (including the late Howard Stern Show), she is the magnificent essential which makes each performance fly. Her wondrous imitation of Celine Dion's Theme from Titanic with its hilariously re-written lyrics is nothing short of inspiring! You can see video's she's done to some of them at Youtube/pattymattson.
Mattson is the dynamic speaking voice on commercials as disparate as Pier One, Comcast, AT&T, Amlactin, Disney, Heineken, and many others as well as on records such as American Idol Showstoppers 5.
This crafty chameleon has a Voice Over resume that shows incredible range, This pint sized pussycat continues to beat out hundreds of great voices on works ranging from the promo for Diary Of A Whimpy Kid 3, Cheer Bear for the Carebears Animated Series 2012, to Sylvannas Windrunner for World of War Craft, Jaryn for Dance Central 1&2, Cat Woman for Batman Dark Kahn, and B-Dawg for the DVD trailer of Disney's Air Buddies just to name a few.
Mattson, once a child prodigy, (who has been funny her whole life), craftily imitated Lily Tomlin's Ernestine and Edith Ann at 6, and would start singing at 8. To be sure, after auditioning with hundreds of other talented children, she was tapped by the Twin Cities highly respected Children's Theatre Company to attend their theatre school through Jr. High. She would continue her music and theatre studies at MacPhail Center for the Arts at the University of Minnesota as well as the world renowned Guthrie Theatre. Subsequently, this singing great was signed by Dez Dickerson of Prince and the Revolution to her first production deal.
In 1990, the beautiful, 5'5 blonde moved to Los Angeles and was enlisted, in short order, to sing on the debut CD for The Boys Club for MCA records. The famous show business publication The Los Angeles Music Connection, wrote, "This girl has a god given talent that can't be taught or learned". Atlantic City and Las Vegas saw Patty Mattson entertain audiences as part of legendary choreographer Anita Mann's lavish dancing extravaganzas Let's Dance and Swing, Swing, Swing.
Prior to her record releases, Mattson had her songs included on the soundtracks of several motion pictures including Friends and Lovers starring Robert Downy Jr. and Claudia Schiffer as well as Ghosts Never Sleep starring Faye Dunaway, Tony Goldwyn, and Sean Young.
This is just the tip of the iceberg for this talented singer songwriter as Mattson continues to add to her Recording, Songwriting, and Voice Over successes with her flourishing companies Madison Music & VO and Studio19 Songs. Armed with an impressive performer's resume she has landed feature roles such as the Peacock Centerpiece for Pier One, the Speedtalker for Toshiba, Lollipop in the Indy film Into Temptation with Jeremy Sisto and Kristin Chenowith, and the soul singing karoke nun in NBC's Rhythm & Blues. She also appeared in Unsolved Mysteries and What Should You Do.
Patty Mattson, this curvaceous, quadruple threat for songwriting, unforgettable vocal stylings, acting, and mellifluous and character-driven voice overs is pure magic. Watch, listen, and know.
Written by Warren Seabury
Personal Bio at www.pattymattson.com