Lynn Patrick's music is currently being played on XM radio; all three of her albums are being used for transitional breaks on NPR's All Things Considered, Morning Edition, Talk of the Nation, and Living on Earth. Residents throughout Colorado hear it daily as transitional music on Colorado Public Radio's news shows. Patrick's first CD, Winnie's Guitar also won the Independent Music Awards in 2002. Judges included Tom Waites, Meshell Ndegeocello and Wilson Pickett. On the Wind was nominated Best Acoustic Album of the Year 2006 with KUNC radio, (aired in Fort Collins, Denver, Boulder 91.5, Breckenridge 88.3, Summit County 107.1, Vail 99.7, Steamboat Springs 88.5).
The Denver Post reported, "There's burnished gold in her guitar playing." Westword says, "Patrick plays acoustic music of the brightest sort." And the Daily Camera said, in a recent quote about Lynn's new album, On the Wind: "With her mix of intricate, happy-sounding acoustic guitars and other instruments like fiddle and piano, Lynn Patrick composes the unofficial soundtrack to life in BoulderŠinstrumental songs that range in mood from upbeat and energetic to reflective and meditative."