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Patricia Vonne
Vonne at Antone's, Austin, Texas, 2009
Background information
Birth namePatricia Rodriguez
Born (1969-12-19) December 19, 1969 (age 51)
San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
OriginSan Antonio, Texas
Occupation(s)Songwriter, actress, activist, singer, filmmaker
Years active1990–present
Associated actsRobert LaRoche

Patricia Vonne (née Rodriguez; born December 19, 1969) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, activist and filmmaker. The New York Times called her a "Renaissance woman of Austin TX".[citation needed] A native of San Antonio, Texas, Vonne moved to New York City in 1990-2001 to pursue her artistic ambitions. She worked in Europe and America, acted in the film Sin City as Dallas (aka Zorro Girl), appeared in national/international commercials, and other film work. She formed a band, which performed on the New York circuit from 1998-2001. She then relocated to her native Texas, from where she tours in the U.S., Mexico and Europe.

In 2020 she released The Texicana Mamas, a debut album in collaboration with Tish Hinojosa and Stephanie Urbina Jones.

She toured as a member of Tito & Tarantula, the band featured in the film From Dusk Till Dawn in 2002[citation needed]. Her song, "Traeme Paz", was featured in the film Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Her song "Mudpies and Gasoline" is featured in the Quentin Tarantino presented film.[clarification needed]




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