My Story

Canadian west coast recording artist and songwriter Patrick Masse has been a constant in the Canadian country music scene since the release of his 1998 debut album “Get There From Here”, which garnered him a nomination for the prestigious BCCMA ‘Ray MacAuley Horizon Award’.

Patrick’s second album “Mend The Man” charted two singles in 2009. Extensive airplay of the two albums has earned Patrick a loyal fan base and established him as an artist who consistently stands on the leading edge of inclusivity. His recent single “Little Bit of Saturday” (which Patrick co-wrote) was produced by Kuya Productions – best known for working with Alessia Cara, JRDN, Shawn Desman and Kelly Clarkson.

2019 finds Patrick busy with summer touring, performing shows in Lethbridge, Calgary, Seattle, Ottawa, and Toronto. This fall, he is heading to New York City where he will team up with Drake Jensen and Donnie Lee Strickland to perform at the legendary Stonewall Inn as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall.

Currently sitting on the BCCMA Board of Directors, Patrick is extremely involved in BC’s thriving country music industry – both as an artist and an entrepreneur – and intends to commit his talent, energy, and resources to the west coast’s rich, ever-evolving arts scene.

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Behind The Scenes

Plans are underway for the release of Patrick’s new single and video “Let’s Ride” in early 2020, with a self-titled EP to follow.