|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||This Imaginary Woman||15||Audio||2003||Ragoora|
Vocals, bass player and songwriter. Patrick Fitzgerald (born 7 April 1964 in Basel, Switzerland) founded [a=Kitchens Of Distinction] in 1985. They signed to One Little Indian in 1988, releasing 4 albums over the next 6 years to much critical acclaim. A US deal with A&M resulted in "Drive That Fast" hitting number one on college radio.
Fitzgerald was possibly the first openly gay indie rocker: one might expect the independent scene, political in so many ways, to be sexually frank and proud, but in the late 80s it clearly wasn't...
Kitchens Of Distinction split in 1996. Patrick's next move was an album recorded under the artist name Fruit. Stephen Hero is the name of his new solo venture by Patrick Fitzgerald.
[b]Nb:[/b] Patrick Fitzgerald doesn't use his own name for solo recordings, as that 'belongs' to another - Patrik Fitzgerald, the punk poet of 70s/80s fame. Please use here for the KoD Fitzgerald, and follow the link for releases by the punk [a=Patrik Fitzgerald]