Pat Septak is not your
typical accordion player. He's young, enthusiastic and very
versatile. His play list includes just about every genre of
music...from polkas to waltzes, from jitterbugs to romantic
ballads, from sing-a-longs to line dances, from ethnic music to
novelty tunes, from rock n' roll to the adult standards of the
40's 50's and 60's. But it's more than just the music. Pat is
also a witty entertainer who likes to get his audience involved
in the act. The fact that he always has a smile on his face is
proof that Pat loves to perform.
Pat was born in Pittsburgh in 1968 and has lived there most of
his life. He began playing the accordion at the tender age of 9.
He attended Duquesne University and graduated in 1990 with a
bachelor's degree in Media Arts. After working several years as
a producer at Pittsburgh radio stations WTAE and WJAS in the
early and mid-1990’s, Pat began to perform with his accordion in
public. In fact, Pat got his start on WJAS performing on the air
during the Bill Cardille Show every Friday afternoon. Before
long, he was getting calls at the radio station from people
asking him to perform at their parties or corporate functions.
Currently, Pat resides in
Zelienople, PA and works full-time as the news director and
on-air morning newscaster for 1230 WBVP/ 1460 WMBA Radio in
Beaver Falls, PA. Pat performs for all kinds of groups and
events, including birthdays, graduations, weddings,
anniversaries, First Holy Communion celebrations, AARP groups,
restaurants, personal care homes/retirement facilities, house
parties, Christmas parties and so much more. Pat can play both
an electronic accordion, which actually makes the instrument
sound like a full band (complete with a rhythm section),…or he
can perform simply as a strolling accordionist.
No matter what your musical needs are, Pat Septak's lively and
interactive performance will surely be enjoyed by audiences of
all ages. Call now and reserve your date with Pat Septak,
Western Pennsylvania’s #1 Accordionist!
Call Pat at (724)
453-0144.…or send him an e-mail at: