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Pat Sansone was born on 21 June, 1969 in Meridian, MS. Discover Pat Sansone's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?

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Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 21 June 1969
Birthday 21 June
Birthplace Meridian, MS
Nationality MS

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Pat Sansone co-produced the 2020 released album "Dixie Blur" by Jonathan Wilson and contributed on bass, acoustic guitar, Mellotron, synth, vibes and background vocals.


In 2019 Sansone appeared on a single released by Robyn Hitchcock featuring the songs "Take Off Your Bandages" and "Sunday Never Comes." Sansone was featured on bass, keyboards, and backing vocals.

Pat appears on the new Dickie single "Believe" from the album titled "Minus Thieves" set for release in September 2019.


In 2018 Sansone mixed two singles for Nashville based band Sun Seeker, "Night's Alright" and "Good Year." In 2018 Sansone produced a full length album for Sun Seeker which is yet to be released.

Also in 2018 Sansone produced the album "Primetime Illusion" for Wisconsin based songwriter Trapper Schoepp


In 2017 Sansone, along with Fernando Perdomo co-produced the third album for artist Linda Perhacs entitled "I'm A Harmony". A single was self-released in 2016 called "The Dancer" which features Pat on Mellotron and Backing Vocals.


In 2015 Sansone and Shapera produced the album "Ocean of Birds" for duo Max Hatt/Edda Glass.


In 2013 Sansone contributed string arrangements for the album Fanfare by Jonathan Wilson.


In April 2012, Sansone co-produced an EP, Weird Weather, for the Chicago-based band Future Monarchs with Josh Shapera. In 2014, Sansone and Shapera produced the album "Deserters" for Future Monarchs.


In 2011 Sansone produced the album "Korp Sole Roller" by Chicago based artist Liam Hayes. The album was not released until 2014 on the Japanese label After Hours, and then received a vinyl LP reissue in 2019 on the UK based label Be With Records.


In 2010 Sansone released a book of photography called 100 Polaroids. The book is a collection of polaroid photographs taken with an SX70 camera. Sansone began photographing with the SX70 in 2006, and shot extensively over the next several years while traveling with Wilco and The Autumn Defense. The book is self-published by his own Sansonica Books. Prints of his works can be found at NAVA Contemporary and Citizen Parlor.


In 2009 Sansone made a guest appearance on Dawes's album North Hills. In 2010 he appeared on the albums Familial by Radiohead drummer Phil Selway, Compass by Jamie Lidell, and You Are Not Alone by Mavis Staples.


In 2004 Sansone joined Wilco before a tour in support of their album A Ghost Is Born, following the departure of multi-instrumentalist Leroy Bach. On tour Sansone plays guitar, keyboard, maracas, and several other instruments, as well as singing backup vocals. He was also involved in the writing and recording of Wilco's 2007 release Sky Blue Sky, 2009's Wilco, and The Whole Love in 2011.


Sansone was born in Meridian, Mississippi. Upon entering college at The University of Southern Mississippi, Sansone found two musical kindred souls in Will Martin and Eddie Bo McRaney and started Beagle Voyage, a power trio influenced by Minutemen, Hüsker Dü, The Who, and Rush. Sansone played guitar for Beagle Voyage and then Stretch Armstrong, a rock band influenced by Black Sabbath and the Butthole Surfers. Soon after, Sansone formed the band Birdy, which included fellow Mississippians Tray Batson, Ike Marr and Glen Graham, who went on to play drums for Blind Melon. In 2000 he joined Rogers Stevens (formerly of Blind Melon) to play the bass in the band Extra Virgin.


Sansone's own project The Autumn Defense was formed in New Orleans in 1999 with friend John Stirratt of Wilco. The band has released five full-length albums: The Green Hour in 2000, Circles in 2003, the self-titled The Autumn Defense in 2006, Once Around in 2010, and "Fifth" in 2014.


Patrick Anthony "Pat" Sansone (born June 21, 1969) is an American multi-instrumentalist in the rock bands Wilco and The Autumn Defense.