August 21, 2015 | 12:01 AM No Comments

Pat Valley + The Population “Triplicity” EP now available

EP available NOW at (name your price) and on iTunes/Spotify/Amazon/etc.

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July 21, 2015 | 9:18 AM No Comments

New solo project EP coming this August

I’m beyond excited to announce that I’ll be releasing my first solo project EP next month! It’ll be available on Friday, August 21st on iTunes, Spotify, and all major digital music services, with a special pre-release sale starting Monday, August 17th on this site. The 3-song EP was produced by Brad Cox, features vocals from Michale Graves (formerly of the Misfits), Brenda Carsey, and Braxton O’Neal, and has some great musicians and friends of mine on board. Be sure to like Pat Valley + The Population on Facebook for updates leading up to the release.

December 22, 2014 | 12:26 PM No Comments

@patvalley on Instagram

Atlanta's most popular musician at the moment calming down crazy security lines at Hartsfield this morning. #atlmusic #ihatethewait #atl
Had a quick trip this week to work at Hard Rock Cancun and Riviera Maya. Beautiful weather down there! But yes, I'm still pale.
Went to Shoya Izakaya in Doraville for some great sushi and salmon tartare on Monday night...def recommend it!
Working at Hard Rock Punta Cana this week! Beautiful weather here.
Tracking guitars at home earlier today for some new tunes with my amigos @nickmcquillan & Torin @thewellreds #guitar #kemper #kemperamps #geartalk #gibson #firebird #recording #atlmusic
Working at Hard Rock Punta Cana this week with my good amigos @nickmcquillan @thewellreds #atlmusic
Cool shot from a corporate gig with @wegotthebeatband last week in Orlando. #guitar #kemper #kemperamps #prs #geartalk @converse
Good times at NAMM yesterday! Back to chilly ATL today. #namm #kemper #kemperamps #geartalk #guitar #brrrrr
Amazing sunset tonight in Newport Beach. Looking forward to hanging at NAMM in Anaheim tomorrow! #nofilter #namm
Fun morning checking out Treasure Island Park and Laguna Beach with @bradcoxmusic before hitting up NAMM this weekend.
Explored Treasure Island Park this morning. Beautiful day out here in CA!
Tracked guitars this week for the new @starsplittermusic EP. #strat #fender #kemper #kemperamps #geartalk #guitar
Fun times at the GA Aquarium, Centennial Park, Smoke Ring BBQ, and the Hawks game! #weloveATL #truetoatlanta #atlantahawks #gaaquarium
The past week or so has been the greatest because of the folks around me. Tabernacle show with my WGTB gang, chillin in Ft Lauderdale with my beach-expert GF before re-watching Star Wars on VHS, and currently heading to Nassau with my family. Best way to start closing out an amazing year!
Playing the Tabernacle tonight for a private show with WGTB! #atlmusic #guitar #kemper #kemperamps #prs #prsguitars #wegotthebeatband @wegotthebeatband

March 24, 2014 | 2:30 PM No Comments

New Grayson Manor E.P. released

Grayson Manor - "Return to the Manor" cover artworkBrad Cox and I have just released “Return to the Manor“, our new Grayson Manor E.P.! It’s available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon MP3, and other digital music retailers. I used my Kemper Profiling Amp to track all of the electric guitars. I’ve had it since last summer and love working with it, both live and in the studio.

Produced / Engineered / Mixed by Brad Cox at Black Paw Studios

1. Shake Me (Cox)
2. I’m Still Here (Cox)
3. Bye Bye to Love (Cox/Valley)

Brad Cox – vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, keys, percussion
Pat Valley – electric guitar, bass guitar, acoustic guitar
Rodney Beaubouef – drums
Jeff Box – keys on track 2
Joe Lee – drums on track 2
Eddie Smith – backing vocals
Jen Ledbetter – backing vocals on tracks 2 and 3
Ken Lanyon – backing vocals on track 2, additional engineering on track 2
Glenn Schick – mastering
Don Hillsman II – artwork
Casey Sheehan – additional graphic design

November 26, 2012 | 4:47 PM No Comments


Yo! No more worrying about struggling to write super-long posts a couple of times each year since Twitter is so much easier and cuts out the incessant rambling that I enjoy falling into. I’ll keep this top post updated with whatever seems interesting at the moment.
This past year’s had me playing a ton of shows with GGG and WGTB, including casinos, weddings, and corporate events for Microsoft and Google; traveling to Ohio, California, Maryland, New Jersey, Washington DC, Washington (state), Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Virginia, N & S Carolina, Louisiana (…rinse and repeat); and of course, shows in Georgia, including some favorite ATL venues of mine: Buckhead Theatre, The Tabernacle, and Centennial Olympic Park. Working with Camp Jam and the Ultimate Rock & Roll Experience supporting Little Kids Rock took me to the Dominican Republic twice and Mexico four times, and introduced me to a whole bunch of great people. Songs For Kids Foundation put me in front of so many amazing kids in hospitals and special needs camps. During all of this, I’ve been working on new original music with some friends and am ridiculously excited to wrap it up over the next few months, as well as engineering and producing songs for other young artists. Plenty more to come in 2013! Stay tuned for updates and thanks for stopping by.