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Born on March 4, 1941, Pat Dailey is one of three children to Tom and Bobbie Dailey, and is a renowned musician with a sound fan following. Although Dailey was born in Omaha Nebraska, most of his upbringing took place in Kirkwood Missouri, which is basically a suburb located within the close proximity of St. Louis. Having interest and affection for the music ever since his early ages, he formed up a band, named Pat and the K-Tones, with his school fellows while he was still in the High School. Initially the band mainly played the covers of hit songs by several notable music acts before coming up with their original material. Back in the K-Tones days, Pat Dailey played the normal six string acoustic guitar. Dailey's first major live appearance was when he opened for the live performance of 'Legendary Don Ho' back when he was stationed in Hawaii in 1960. Following the completion of his duty, Dailey adopted rather different kind of lifestyle than most of the people, especially musicians do, and that was just wandering off to different places while doing what he does the best and that is to add a bit of music to the lives of all the music lovers. By 1969, Dailey turned into a full time musician performing all over America and getting the best out of his life. Although Dailey has perform at almost all over America, but he specifically makes regular stops at Tucson, Steamboat Springs, Las Vegas, Sun Valley, Seattle and Phoenix. Presently Pat Dailey Lives on his Sail Boat while making regular stops at ski resorts all over the nation.
Occasional musician, Pat Dailey, arrived in Cleveland, Ohio back in 1977, and performed in the Great Lake area. Just like most of his previous performances, Dailey once again performed at the sold out venue, while increasing his fan following a bit more at the same time. Later on he also made his way to a club named Hairy Buffalo, where he performed in front of the sold out crowd of many loyal fans. Although he had and was performing at various venues all over the nation, but no place proved out to be as magical as the small tourist town of Put-in-Bay, Ohio. He performed there for the first time back in the summers of 1978, and following the immense appreciation that he received from the audience back there, he was compelled to perform at the Put-in-Bay, Ohio regularly during the summer season every year. Dailey also perform in front of the capacity crowd of 3,500 at the Beer Barrel, in 1989, after it was rebuilt following the damage that was done to it due to the fire, back in 1988. Due to the high fan following there, he kept on performing at the Beer Barrel, regularly, up till 2007, after which he moved his act to The Boathouse Bar and Grill, which he thought to be a bit friendlier than the previous one.
As Dailey went on living and performing at this format and still living on the waters, Dailey decided to put his experiences, feelings and the things that he went through during his journey through his life as a wanderer, into songs, and present them to his fans in way of fun filled and musically enriched songs. This is how his career as a song writer also kicked off, and as he progressed through his career he wrote many hit songs including "Legend of the Lake", "Big Money Walleye", "Put-in-Bay", and "Island Fever".
Dailey, later in 1984, turned his ship in the direct of Key West, Florida where he kept his tradition going of packing the house, as he performed at Sloppy Joe's Bar, and outshone with his talent in front of massive crowds of college students as well as tourists. Sometimes, during his nightly performances at the bar, the head count of the crowd went so high that they had to extend the venue up to the Greene Street.
Quite recently, Dailey finally decided to capture the stuff that he presents live, on to a proper album and with the help of his friends, he was finally able to compile his music onto his album entitled "Underwater Land", which is in stores now.
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