Broadway star, Patrice Covington, has performed all over the world, sometimes pouring out her heart through her original music, and other times, breathing life into the characters she’s portrayed in the various Broadway productions she’s been apart of.  She performed alongside American Idol’s Ruben Studdard in Ain’t Misbahvin’, the National Broadway Tour of Dreamgirls and The Book of Mormon, and is presently touring the country with the 1st National Broadway Tour of Motown the Musical.

Patrice debuted an EP in October of 2011 produced by fellow actor and singer, Chaz Shepherd. Like many R&B and Soul singers, her music is a reflection of real-life experiences.  There’s an honesty that comes through her pure and melodic voice.  Her music is also featured on web-series’ such as Tony Clomax’s 12 Steps to Recovery and the theme song to Robert Hartwell’s Broadway Quick Change.   Patrice is also the voice featured in numerous national radio voice-overs including McDonald’s successful “There’s always something new to love at McDonald’s” campaign.

When Patrice isn’t gracing the stages of Broadway, she is passionately working on her upbeat, uplifting music, in hopes of encouraging listeners everywhere. “Life Feels Good Right Now” is the title of her current single, featuring visuals of people paying homage to what makes them happy.


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