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Updated July 25, 2009

Pat Liston (guitar, vocals)
Calendar - www.patliston.com
E-mail - pat@patliston.com


        Singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboardist, and vocalist, Pat Liston, has a brand new CD.

        Singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboardist, and vocalist, Pat Liston, is back with a new band and a new CD. In addition to Pat, the band consists of Dickie Steltenphol from Mama's Pride (bass, vocals), Scott Nienhaus from Acousticity (guitar, vocals), and Don "In the Pocket" Drewett (drums).

The songs on the new CD were all written by Pat and include "Almost Like Being In Love", "I Guess We'll Never Know", "Blue Bandana", "Cowboy Clothes", "It's Alright", "Spellbound", "Blue Mist", "Look Away", "Strange Addiction", "Peter Pan Window", and "(now that I have) Passed The Torch Along". Pat produced the CD. It was mixed by longtime St. Louis bassist Al Caldwell and mastered by Kevin Nix at Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN.


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  Pat Liston - Blue Mist  




  US $20.00

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Pat's latest CD, "Blue Mist" is now available in St. Louis area CD stores including The Discconnection, Streetside Records, all Border's Books stores. Click here for more information.

Pat Liston was the founding member of the pride of St. Louis..."Mama's Pride", Pat was the key songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist for Mama's Pride.

Songs like "She's a Stranger to Me Now", "Laurie Ann", "Young & Free" and of course "Blue Mist" are some of the songs Pat wrote and sang that still get air play on the stations of St. Louis to this day.

Mama's Pride had two successful albums in the 70's, "Mama's Pride" and "Uptown & Lowdown". These albums were produced by notable producers, Arif Mardin and Jim Mason.

Mama's Pride toured with top artists such as The Charlie Daniels Band, Kansas, Marshall Tucker, Stephen Stills, Bob Seger, Alice Cooper, Heart, Lynyrd Skynrd, Ringo Starr, Todd Rundgren, Joe Walsh, and Loggins & Messina. In 1978 they were even Greg Allman's exclusive back-up band.

Mama's Pride disbanded in 1982. Then in 1992 the group re-united for a third album, "Guard Your Heart". This album was produced by Grammy winning producer Jim Gaines. In 1994 Mama's Pride disbanded for the last time.

Since that time, Pat has continued to write new songs. He played for two years at McNulty's Irish Pub in Westport Plaza, embracing his Irish heritage, by doing his own music and traditional and contemporary Irish songs. He has opened for notable Irish performers such as Paddy Reilly and The Dublin City Ramblers. He is has also been working on his new "Blue Mist" CD. It is all new music from Pat with the exception of the title cut...the Mama's Price classic "Blue Mist".

Pat did a Mama's Pride re-union concert on April 12, 2003 with his brother Danny and old friends Max, Kevin, Dickie, and Paul. The "Blue Mist" CD was released at that performance.

Pat will continue performing as a solo artist and with his new band. They will be performing Pat's old Pride classics along with timeless Beatles hits and material from the new "Blue Mist" CD.

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