Patrick Henry

Patrick grew up in a football town. Auburn, Alabama and the people of Auburn are the inspiration for many of Patrick's songs and stories.  Patrick has combined his funny songs, stories and message into a program that is taking the meetings industry by storm.


Topics

Teamwork/Teambuilding


Full Bio


Patrick grew up in a football town. Auburn, Alabama and the people of Auburn are the inspiration for many of Patrick's songs and stories. In case you don't fully grasp how intense the love of football is in Auburn, Patrick and his wife Lesley got married there in the university chapel in the fall of 2004. The wedding had to be planned on an away football game weekend; otherwise no one but family would have shown up; even the family is still questionable. After graduating from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1994, Patrick decided to turn his passion into a profession and moved to Nashville, Tennessee.

While living in Nashville, Patrick was a regular performer at the Bluebird Cafe. The Bluebird is a world famous songwriters "joint" that has been known to be host to some of the best songwriters in the world. Patrick will eagerly tell you that he is NOT one of the best songwriters in the world. Although Patrick wrote good songs while in Nashville, he loves to say that the guys who get rich write great songs. The songs that Patrick became known for around Music City were his funny songs. These were the songs that he wrote for fun and had no real chance of making any money, until now.

Patrick has combined his funny songs, stories and message into a program that is taking the meetings industry by storm. When not performing and speaking, Patrick enjoys spending time with his wife Lesley and their three children, Jack, Robert, and Meredith, in Burlington, North Carolina. He hates jogging but does it anyway and is a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Patrick competed in his first triathlon in 2008 and although called it "the most miserable experience of my life", he is hooked and now competes around the country. Do you know what you call someone who comes in last place in a triathlon?.........A TRIATHLETE. "We are all competitors," Patrick says, "on the mat, on the field, in the classroom or in our jobs. The one who wins is usually the one who best plans to do so."

Titles

KEEPING YOUR TEAM IN TUNE What does being in a band have to do with running a successful department, organization or business?.....................EVERYTHING! Patrick will show that what makes the Rolling Stones the most successful touring band of all time can also increase your bottom line, and that what makes Garth Brooks the highest selling solo artist in history can also have your clients and coworkers giving you a standing ovation. This program is full of music and laughter, and your group will learn how to be stars in their industry and set themselves apart from the competition.

KEEPING YOUR (STUDENT) TEAM IN TUNE Patrick started his career speaking in high schools, and has spoken to over half a million students. In this program, the return on investment is the same; increased productivity, distinction among the competition and personal development. Patrick modifies his approach to fit his teenage audience.

BONUS: WILL WORK FOR FOOD Patrick started his career as a singer and musician and loves nothing more than plopping his 6'4" frame on a barstool and playing and singing songs for a couple of hours. If you are having an event the night before or the night after Patrick is to speak, he can do an acoustic show full of songs ranging from Jimmy Buffet to REM to Willie Nelson. This program is only done in conjunction with a speaking engagement.

BREAKOUT SESSION How to Have Customers, Clients and Co-workers Singing Your Praises Patrick can do breakout sessions up to two hours in length, depending on the need of your convention.



Search Speakers


 

Contact Us