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2011 has been the year of rock for Patrick.  Whether singing with 80's hard rock tribute band, Monsters of Mock, completing the first Broadway National Tour of Rock of Ages, or shooting a movie of the same name - it's been pure Rock n' Roll.
Recently, Patrick joined forces with Monsters of Mock, a highly regarded 1980's hard rock tribute band, for the annual celebration, "Dobie Days - A Salute to Veterans," in Harmony, Minnesota.  Monsters of Mock took Harmony by storm, co-headlining alongside multi-platinum recording group, Jackyl, for a night of absolute rock power, including a much anticipated Jesse James Dupree chainsaw solo.  "What a great treat to sing for the American flag and to those who have given and continue to give their time, energy and lives for America's freedom.  Thank you to all those in uniform for your continued efforts." -Patrick Lewallen
Patrick remains proud to complete the first Broadway National Tour of Rock of Ages as the original tour Lonny, the narrator and overall linking pin between audience and performers. During the ten plus month tour, Patrick enjoyed the sights of over twenty cities, including his hometown, Kansas City.  With a total of 316 performances, well over half-a-million tour tickets sold and a lifetime of cherished memories, Rock of Ages will always be remembered as "the little musical that could."
The Broadway Tour opened September 21, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois.  The equity tour ended July 24, 2011, where it closed its doors in Washington, D.C.
Just over a week after ending the Rock of Ages Tour, Patrick experienced his first steps on-set for the upcoming movie of the same name, Rock of Ages.  The film is set to open in 2012 and features numerous stars, including Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Russell Brand, Brayan Cranston, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Mary J. Blige, Paul Giamatti, Julianne Hough, Maline Akerman, Diego Boneta and more.
Patrick headed to Miami in early August to shoot.  Though the shooting days were minimal, the shooting duration was as exhausting as it was fun, and needless to say - "It was DAMN fun."  Hired as a featured dancer, Patrick recorded "Juke Box Hero," originally recorded by Foreigner