Pat sang the Cole Porter song "You're Sensational" on this 1957 episode of In Town Tonight. The song was introduced in the 1956 movie "High Society" starring Frank Sinatra.
This is the full 1957 episode of In Town Tonight, a live broadcast show that aired in Chicago, starring Jim Conway, Len Dressler, and Patricia Scot. This episode, from 1957, features The Trio Schmid.
Pat's son, Adam (who created this website), plays drums with a band called North 2 South. They were playing a gig in Largo FL "Harbor Bluffs Concert in the Park", when Cindy LaRosa invited Pat to come up and do a couple of tunes.
Harbor Bluffs Concert in the Park, part 2. Upon seeing this video, Pat's comment was "well, the old grey mare ain't what she used to be". Regardless, the audience, briefly transported to another era, loved it!
Charlie Bornemann, gifted trombone man who played with The Dukes of Dixieland, gave Pat the title, and she wrote this song around it. For you fashionistas watching, you'll probably note that she's wearing the same top she wore on the S.S. Norway cruise - seven years before! Thrifty lady, or as Pat puts it, "I think I was born without the 'shopping gene', since I hate buying clothes!"
Pat &Jack entered the S.S. Norway's Talent Contest just to have a chance to play and have some fun. This was the fateful and tragic last cruise for this magnificent ship, as one of the boilers - No. 13! - exploded when they returned to port on May 25, 2003, killing and injuring many of the crew.