Hey y'all

I’m  Pat Swenson

...and I write country music for everyday people trying to live everyday life



“Everybody has a story – a little tragedy, a little glory,” sings Utah country singer Pat Swenson. His story begins at the age of 12, when he first heard Don Williams sing ‘Good Old Boys Like Me.’ That was the moment he knew the country music life was for him. “Something about that song just spoke to me. It changed me somehow, and I remember thinking, ‘that is what I want to do. I want to write songs that stir up this kind of emotion in people.”


His musical influences range from classic country artists like Don Williams, Merle Haggard, Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson, to the hugely impactful Garth Brooks, George Strait and Chris LeDoux; and ultimately to more current and unique artists of today like Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Gary Allan and Eric Church.



Small Town Scandal




Helluva Cowboy Interview

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovdHE8y8thg[/embedyt] I’ve been getting lots of questions about my album title- Helluva Cowboy. For those that don’t know, the title track was written as

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Rainy Day Hero

In some of the interviews about my song, Helluva Cowboy (which was written for the late rodeo legend Lewis Field), I have mentioned how inspiring

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