Nashville, TN – Heartwarming Records artist Patsy Mayo has recently released her debut project on the label “I Believe” along with a companion DVD from the Homeland Entertainment’s Brush Arbor Jubilee Television series. The majority of the recording which includes Patsy’s requested radio single “Your Love Is All I Need”, is original material written by Patsy and her mother Pearlie Mullins. Patsy has also been a regular featured artist on the national Television Gospel Music series “Brush Arbor Jubilee”.
Born in Columbus, Ohio. Raised along with her three brothers by her parents, Bethel and Pearl Mullins. The backbone of Patsy Mayo’s life is her strong belief in God. That faith, combined with her natural musical ability, guided Patsy’s lifelong dream to become a Gospel singer. One of the blessings from God Patsy is thankful for is the gift to write songs. She wrote her first song, “I’ll be Alright”, when she was 12 years old, which is the title song to her first CD that was recorded in 1999. It featured original compositions by Mayo, as well as “The Lowest Valley” , a song written by her Mother. When recorded by The Isaacs and The Wilburns, “The Lowest Valley” hit the virtually every national gospel chart. Also in 1999, Patsy won the Ohio statewide competition for Female Gospel Vocalist. She later represented Ohio at a national competition in Tennessee, where she was recognized as “Most Promising Female Gospel Vocalist”. Patsy’s self titled CD made its national debut in 2003. Her first national releases from it were called, “I Think I’ll Run” and “You Rescue Me.” With the new release on Heartwarming records Patsy has been introduced to even a larger audience as she travels into new areas bringing her refreshing style of music to audiences that appreciate Southern Gospel with a country Flair that reaches all ages.
You can locate more information about Patsy Mayo at www.patsymayo.com or www.homelandentertainmentgroup.com. Be watching for Patsy on future Brush Arbor Jubilee programs. You can find broadcast schedules that Brush Arbor Jubilee airs by going to www.brusharborjubilee.com