Patrick Frost Music

Uncle Pat's Records


Please stop by my online record store, Uncle Pat's Records.  Buy some vinyl.

Making A Musical Instrument from a Conch Shell

Shout Out!


Special shout out to Linda and John Cassin of Jefferson City, Missouri.  John and Linda visit Orlando a few times a year and always stop by at Downtown Disney.  Thanks for your support Linda and John.

Viva La Rita Fridays at Bahama Breeze Altamonte Springs


Come on out to Bahama Breeze in Altamonte Springs for the big Viva La Rita Friday Night Bash.  I will be playing from 4p-8p.  They have some fantastic special drinks and entertainment.  See ya there!



How It's Made - Steel Drums


I am often asked how Steel Drums are made.  Here is a great, short video from Discovery on the subject.


Downtown Disney Heating Up


As the Florida temperatures begin to drop Downtown Disney is heating up.  You can find Pat performing several nights this month near the Fantasy of Flight Balloon and the new Starbucks at Downtown Disney's Westside.  Shows start at 7pm.  Please check the show calendar for nights and come on out.  Pat will be selling and signing CDs and looks forward to meeting everyone.  



Beginning in November, Patrick will be appearing regularly at the Bahama Breeze near UCF in the Waterford Lakes area.  The restaurant's outdoor deck has been remodeled and expanded to include more seating, a fire pit and a larger stage.  Come on out starting this Thursday.

On the Bridge at Downtown Disney


I really enjoy playing on the new bridge which connects the Westside and the Disney Marketplace.  I will be playing the this Sunday 4/13 starting at 6pm.  It's fun because the people are very close.  

Come on out Sunday night.

Gig of the Week


A great week of work was crowned by a night playing Piano with Jim Lucas on Bass, Cadillac on Drums and Charlie DeChant on Sax.

Here we are coming up with a set list.

Visit from an old friend


Steve Snyder stopped in at The Margarita Bar on Friday.  What a great surprise to see an old friend and fellow musician from years back.  Thanks for stopping by Steve.

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