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Friday, February 10, 2012

Last night's showcase: Wes Patterson

Posted By on Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 2:27 PM

Wes Patterson

Wes Patterson kicked off Round 3 last night with six sleek synth-funk numbers. Guest judges Tyrannosaurus Chicken — individually known as Rachel Ammons and Smilin' Bob Lewis — wrote that they loved Patterson's voice and noted his "knowledgeable use of his gear."

Judge Clay Fitzpatrick noted that if only he'd had a couple more drinks in him, he "would have been on all fours making my butt dance."

Judge Sammy Williams thought "Wes killed it on the one-handed keyboard solos. If I ever get married, I am hiring Wes for my reception."

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