Patti Layne

Pop music, Musical Artist

1956 –

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Who is Patti Layne?

Patti Layne is a Canadian singer/songwriter/recording artist. Patti Layne had a recording career in France from 1982–1991 and started recording again in 2009. Her first release in 1982, 'Une espèce de Canadienne' written by Didier Barbelivien for her, was a moderate success. It was followed by an album. Several singles followed over the next few years.

In France she also presented TV programs in the end of the 1980s, then moved to England in the beginning of the 1990s. She continued singing off and on, and continued to write songs with many different people including Carrie Lennard, Dzal Martin, Claus Regli, Ian Whitmore, Tom Hardwell, and others, but did not record again until 2009, when she made the album, 'Prairie Burn'.

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Born
Jan 31, 1956
Canada
Nationality
  • Canada
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Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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