"Pat Hobbs:  Firsts! was fabulous! 
Selection by selection he led us through the important moments in his life with joy and also a few tears. The show was fresh and hilarious. The fact that the audience had a ball was evidenced by their thunderous applause and standing ovation. This is what cabaret should be! Thank you Pat!" -Shirley Elliott, Tulsa PAC Trust


Pat Hobbs Firsts! takes you from laughter to tears in seconds.  What a beautiful, true life he has lived – a life everyone can relate to.  And the music!  You’ll want to sing along with him… and he just might let you!!! – Janet Rutland, Tulsa Performer


I have wanted to work with Pat Hobbs for years and he does not disappoint, good people. The man has such a wonderous attention to detail and is a master craftsman. -Rebecca Ungerman, Tulsa Performer


“A most enjoyable show. The writing is deceptively sharp and wise, and Pat Hobbs' performance runs a very real and powerful gamut of deeply felt emotions.”- James Watts, Tulsa World


This show is the real deal. Sharply written, deftly performed by Pat Hobbs. Every emotion is wrung out of you. James Gregory's accompaniment was simply perfect. -Karen Watts (The critic’s wife)


“Absolutely ADORED Danny Day's retirement bash "The End of the Day." It had everything live theatre should have, came straight from the heart, and was rooted in beautiful truths! Congratulations to Pat Hobbs. Excellent work!” -Sara Phoenix, Artistic Director,Theatre Tulsa


"’Bravo’ to longtime friend Pat Hobbs! I really enjoyed his Danny Day SummerStage show last night at the Tulsa PAC. In Day, Hobbs has created an alter-ego who sings like Sinatra, has the talent to take us to places ole Blue eyes could take us, but who also frequents worlds Hobbs can't know...from early stage Alzheimer's to the 6th fairway of the golf course at Southern Hills Country Club. I wish Day had a second show so you could find out what that's all about! Bravo Danny Day!”-Steve Clem, KWGS radio, Tulsa



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About Pat Hobbs

Pat Hobbs fell hard for the music in The Great American Songbook as a young man growing up in Piney Woods of East Texas. He knows those iconic popular songs and jazz standards of Gershwin, Porter, Berlin, Kern, Arlen, Mercer, Rodgers, and others as well as he knows his own soul. His long and successful resume in local theatre productions, well-crafted biographical cabaret presentations, and relaxed, stylish personal appearances puts him constant contact with 20th century American music that has lasting value and never goes out of style.