Friday, October 12, 2018 - 8:30pm

October is proving to be a whirlwind month for pop-soul singer/songwriter Patrick Droney. Last night (Oct. 11), Droney’s song “High Hope” off his debut, self-titled EP appeared on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.”
After releasing the five-song collection on August 3, Droney sold out Nashville’s Exit/In less than one week later. On October 3, Droney took his soulful, reflective sound to a sold-out Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles.
Next, the 26-year-old New Jersey native will head back to his roots at the end of the month to perform at “TIDAL X BROOKLYN” on October 23 at Barclay’s Center. All ticket proceeds will support criminal justice reform non-profit organizations such as REFORM and the Equal Justice Initiative. On October 24, the poignant lyricist with wisdom and words beyond his years is set to headline New York City’s Rockwood Music Hall, bringing fan-favorite songs including “Stand and Deliver” and “Brooklyn” home to the city that inspired them.

"It’s an honor to be part of TIDAL X Brooklyn,” said up and coming pop-soul artist Patrick Droney. “Every year this event raises millions of dollars and increases awareness for important causes from social justice to disaster relief.   I’m looking forward to being part of this great event.”

For information and updates, stay tuned to and follow him on Instagram @patrick.droney, Twitter @patrickdroney and on Facebook at
About Patrick Droney
New Jersey native Patrick Droney spent his formative years touring with the likes of BB King and James Brown, with features in prominent magazines and appearances on national television (People MagazineGuitar WorldThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon). After attending Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU, Droney moved to Los Angeles to focus on songwriting, subsequently placing songs in a number of major network television shows and attracting the attention of leading musical instrument manufacturer, Fender (FMIC), as one of their go-to artist ambassadors. In the fall of 2016, Droney relocated to Nashville and immersed himself in Music City's songwriting community. In 2017, the now-26-year-old signed with G Major Management (Thomas Rhett, Danielle Bradbery) as well as Kobalt for publishing.
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Media Contacts for Patrick Droney:
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