Patsy Moore is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter who, in the 1990s, released two albums on the Warner Bros. label. Although numerous performers have covered her tunes, among the most notable is jazz world favorite Dianne Reeves. Moore's self-produced full-length recording, *The Most Private Confessions of Saint Clair*, was released in 2008. Due to a series of setbacks, including the artist's longtime battle with illness, the 11-song project took nearly five years to complete. Mid-March 2011, Moore began the rolling release of *Expatriates*, a concept album that is arguably her most ambitious musical solo work to date.
Patsy Moore has been compared stylistically to The Album Leaf, American Football, Laurie Anderson, Anthony and The Johnsons, Joan Armatrading, David Bazan, Bon Iver, Kate Bush, Paula Cole, Nick Drake, Fever Ray, William Fitzsimmons, Julia Fordham, Frou Frou, Peter Gabriel, Jo Hamilton, Imogen Heap, Iron & Wine, Annie Lennox, Mélissa Leveaux, Aimee Mann, Sarah McLachlan, Joni Mitchell, Alexi Murdoch, Owl City, Owen Pallett, Pedro the Lion, Sam Phillips, Paul Simon, Sufjan Stevens, The Swell Season, and Toad the Wet Sprocket.
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