A much in demand session saxophonist, vocalist, composer, performer and British Blues Award finalist in 2011 and 2012.
Patsy has performed and recorded all over the UK and in France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Poland and in the Middle East with many different artists including Steve Winwood, Mick Jagger, Mick Taylor, Mike D’Abo, Chris Farlowe, Ruby Turner, Jasper Carrott, Grand Drive, Dick Heckstall-Smith, The Firebirds, Eugene ‘Hideaway’ Bridges, Paddy Milner, Eddie Martin, Keith Thompson, Dolly James, Muddy Manninen (Wishbone Ash), Jenny Darren and supported artists such as John Mayall, Peter Green, The Gypsy Kings, Gloria Gaynor and Sister Sledge.
Patsy also works as a session musician with one of the UK’s top horn sections: The Little Big Horns whose clients have included Mick Jagger, Andy Leek, David Gibb, Eddie Martin, Yorkshire TV, Channel 4, Chappell Music, Carlton and Bruton Music.
Patsy performs freelance and with her own bands: THE PATSY GAMBLE BAND and HIPKISS feat. Muddy Manninen
‘Best Brass Section I’ve worked with since my time in Dexy’s’
“I’ve worked with Patsy for nearly 30 years and know her as the ultimate professional. She is so easy to work with as an empathetic accompanist, great soloist, and her own compositions are great too!”
Eddie Martin – 2018 European Blues Best Solo Artist
“Each time I get to play music with Patsy Gamble with THE LITTLE BIG HORNS or on a Duo show, I enjoy the joy she puts into the groove. As the duo she gets to let her heart sing with each song. This amazing horn player has lots to say.”
Eugene ‘Hideaway’ Bridges – Nine times Nominee USA Blues Music Awards; Soul Blues Artist of the Year & Album of the Year. USA Blues Blast Magazine Nominee for Contemporary Blues Album.
“Patsy plays expressive sax with strong melodic lines – more edgy on the alto which I especially enjoyed. But the tenor was equally good….”
Ian Scott – Jazz at The Bonded Warehouse, Stourbridge.
“Patsy’s sax brought in some tasty solos that at times were pretty funky: a widely-used session player, with her own band, she drew on her experience to just drop things in where needed perfectly…A big thank you to Patsy Gamble for her wonderful playing.”