This Biography is about one of the best Guitarist Pat Metheny including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Pat Metheny|
|Real Name||Pat Metheny|
|Profession||Jazz Singers, Lyricists & Songwriters, Composers, Guitarists|
|Nick Name||Patrick Bruce Metheny, Metheny, Pat|
|Personal Life of Pat Metheny|
|Born on||12 August 1954|
|Born in||Lee’s Summit|
|Spouses/Partners||Latifa Metheny, Snia Braga|
|Children||Nicolas Djakeem Metheny, Jeff Kaiis Metheny|
|Education||1972 – Lee’s Summit High School, University of Miami|
|Net worth||$245 million|
|Awards||2008;2000;1998 – Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album – Pilgrimage; Like Minds; Beyond the Missouri Sky (Short Stories) 1993 – Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album – Secret Story 2012; 2004 – Grammy Award for Best New Age Album – What’s It All About; One Quiet Night
2014 – Goya Award for Best Original Score – Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed 2001 – Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo – (Go) Get It 1983 – Grammy Award for Best Jazz Fusion Performance – Offramp 1991 – Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Composition – Change of Heart 2004 – Porin Award for Best Foreign Jazz Album – One Quiet Night
|Personal Fact of Pat Metheny|
Patrick Bruce ‘Pat’ Metheny is an American jazz guitarist and composer who is acknowledged as one of the greatest contemporary musicians owing to his versatility on any instrument. He is a multi-Grammy winning jazz fusion guitarist known for incorporating pop music and traditional jazz with the help of technology. He has spent most of his life touring and averages between 120-240 shows a year since he began touring over 30 years ago, some for his own projects and some for other artists.
Coming from a musical lineage, he was proficient in playing the trumpet and the guitar by the age of 15. During high school he played the French horn for the half-time marching band for academic credits and gave jazz performances in Kansas City. His accomplishments as a musician are unique, but his feats as a music educator are no less. He became the youngest teacher at the Miami University and also at the Berklee College of Music.
At Berklee’s, under the guidance of vibraphonist Gary Burton he became known as a teenage prodigy. Eventually he went on to found the Pat Metheny Group which also featured the pianist Lyle Mays; Mays would become his frequent collaborator and their professional relationship has spanned over 25 years and 15 albums.