Patty thinks her worst habit is that she cracks her knuckles.
Patty married her producer Emory Gordy, Jr. in 1989.
In 1992, Patty required major throat surgery to repair a broken blood vessel on her vocal cords.
Patty's first number one single was the 1989 song "Chains".
As of 2006, Patty has released a total of 15 albums on two different recording labels.
In 1985, Patty signed her first record deal with MCA Records.
Patty is the distant cousin of country singers Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle.
On September 17 2005, Patty was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in the Performer category, even though she hails from Kentucky.
In November 2005, Patty was named the National Chairperson for the ARRL Toy Drive to benefit hurricane victims.
When Patty is not on tour, she enjoys gardening.
Patty admits that her biggest pet peeve are people who don't replace the toilet paper when the roll runs out.
Patty took the last name "Loveless" from her marriage to drummer Terry Lovelace, as his family pronounced the name as "loveless".
Patty says her favorite country song is "Sometimes You Just Can't Win" by George Jones.
In 1998, Patty won her first Grammy for Country Vocal Collaboration for the song "Same Old Train."
Patty says her guilty pleasure is watching reruns of the family drama Little House on the Prairie.
Patty admits that her favorite restaurant is Koto Japanese Restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee.
In 1992, Patty had to undergo major throat surgery after an aneurysm was found on one of her vocal cords.
Patty (on how she chooses songs for her albums): Emory and I take car trips and play demos. I'm the programmer and he's the chauffeur. Almost always, after haring just a verse and a chorus and a good title, we can tell what works for us.