Early in her career, Patty tied nine-time winner, Linda Eder on "Star Search" in Hollywood California.
Patty's debut CD, “Let Me Be The One’ was released to critical acclaim both in the US and Europe, making many top ten independent radio playlists in the process. This album has a country blues feel and was dedicated to her father who played lap-steel.
In Nashville, Patty was a guest on a national TV show with Charlie Daniels, and headlined the NEA Xtravaganza, a showcase for up and coming new Artists.
In Austin, Patty recorded “Live in Austin” which features some of Central Texas’ most proficient musicians: Billy Maddox of Eric Johnson’s Alien Love Child on drums, Glenn Fukunaga who played on the Dixie Chicks’ ”Home” CD and toured with the band playing the Jay Leno Show, David Letterman, and Today Show on bass, and Cole ElSaleh who plays with Carolyn Wonderland on keys.
Also, she was honored by the Mayor of the city of Austin, TX with a “Patty David Day” proclamation for her contribution to the Music Arts in Austin.
Patty’s most recent CD released, “One Step Above the Blues” was co-produced with Mark Addison at Aeries studios and co-written by guitarist and composer Jonathan Dotson. The release was positively reviewed by music critic Margaret Moser of The Austin Chronicle, August, 2008. This album features an ecclectic original style related to pop, soul, and blues.