Vonne's debut CD includes 'Mudpies and Gasoline' featured in the Quentin Tarantino film 'Hellride' starring Dennis Hopper.
'Severina' a tribute song to her grandmother is featured on 'Mexico and Mariachi's' (music inspired by the El Mariachi trilogy)
'Severina' is also included on the compilation CD 'Don't Mess with Texas Music' now the best selling compilation cd in Texas history. (www.texasmusicproject.org)
Voted #2 Best New Live Act-Austin Music Pundit Award
Voted Top 10 Best Americana/Country CD's by John T Davis in Austin American Statesman.
Nominated for Aguila Awards and Premios Musica Latina for best female vocalist .
"Guitars and Castanets" Vonne's 2nd CD features 10 originals plus bonus track "Traeme Paz" with special musical guests Johnny Reno, Charlie Sexton, Jon Dee Graham, Rick Del Castillo and more!
Vonne's song "Traeme Paz" is featured on the motion picture soundtrack "Once Upon a Time in Mexico" starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek,& Johnny Depp.
'Firebird' Vonne'S 3rd CD features 'Missing Women' donated to Amnesty International as a free download to help bring awareness to the missing women of Juarez, Mexico and for the motion picture ' Bordertown' starring Jennifer Lopez & Antonio Banderas.
'La Huerta de San Vicente' featured on 'Firebird' is the Grand prize winner in the John Lennon Songwriting contest 2009.
Vonne's 4th CD 'WOrth It' will be released in June 2010. Available now on Itunes.
Grammy.com featured Patricia on their home page with story by Ramiro Burr of San Antonio Express- News.
Since forming her own Bandolera Records and releasing her self titled debut album to rave reviews, Vonne has forged a statewide performing circuit while also opening shows for Chris Isaak,Los Lobos, The Flatlanders, Joe Ely, Alejandro Escovedo, Cyndi Lauper,Buddy Guy, Raul Malo of the Mavericks, Los Lonely Boys, Del Castillo, Jonny Lang and Tito and Tarantula.
Vonne has also earned the admiration of her peers, joining her mentor Tito Larriva of the Cruzados-who she pays tribute to with her song "El Cruzado"-for a European tour with his band Tito and Tarantula in the spring of 2002. SInce then she has toured Europe 18 times and is now releasing her 4th CD Worth It on her own Bandolera Records.
" Superior roots-rock" Uncut
"a beguiling storyteller - if her debut was flat out stunning, call this a knockout"
"Imagine a young Chrissie Hynde fronting the Mavericks with a little
help from Calexico".
A Tex-Mex spitfire with a rock 'n' roll heart, this San Antonio native plays a border-crossing, bilingual mix of flamenco flamboyance and down-in -the mud exuberance that's a Lonestar original.
John T. Davis /Austin Amercian Statesman
"Patricia Vonne's latest recording is a bilingual tour-de-force. It melds eclectic with electric and exudes an elegance seldom associated with rock. Vonne is quickly taking her place among Texas' musical treasures."
Margaret Moser / Austin Chronicle
"This Austin chicana's lilt has a bit of the border desert in it and her down- on- drag tunage no doubt knocks 'em dead whenever she makes it to Lubbock, and her voice is thankfully as suited for Nashville as for No Depression.
Chuck Eddy / Village Voice, NY
"The San Antonio native's confident, tuff gal vocals, sharp musicianship and smart lyricism don't just promise the total package, they deliver the goods from the get-go."
Joe Nick Patoski / Senior Editor
Texas Monthly magazine