Patrick played with many bands in his youth. In 1987, Patrick formed a dynamic group called Altervyne, which in 1988 released a single which helped them land a major gig at the Atlantis Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, NJ, This lasted until the Atlantis was sold in 1991. 1992 saw the birth of a new era for Patrick in the form of a progressive group called Crybaby; they possessed an energy to be reckoned with. 1994 saw the release of Crybaby’s debut album, A Good Firm Musical Spanking. With the help of Escape Music Ltd. and KTZ Records, A Good Firm Musical Spanking would receive strong reviews and satisfying sales in Europe and Japan. Crybaby also secured a spot on the ballot for the 1994 Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album. Wade Perry from Mean Greek Mgt., (Nippy Mgt.), arranged tour dates with Gary Richrath (REO Speedwagon), the Canadian band Lipstick, The Hooters and Warrant.
In 1995, with the help of Jan Lewan (a Grammy nominated Polka star), Patrick became a voting member of NARAS (National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences), which he still holds to this day. Over the years a few great friendships have developed. Gary Pihl (guitars: Boston/Alliance), has helped Patrick develop great recording/engineering skills along with inspiration to achieve a great guitar sound. Andy King (bass: The Hooters) has also been a great influence. Patrick Kreisl has performed in front of as few as one person and as many as 12,000 people.
Keystone’s 2006 album Runway Queen, has one of the greatest engineers mixing this cd. That wonder man is Robert Berry. Berry is a very creative engineer, as well as being a multi-instrumentalist. Berry also plays all the drums, most of the keyboards, a few bv’s and some bass on a song or 2 on the new Keystone CD. In the late 80’s Robert fronted the group “3” along side Carl Palmer and Keith Emerson (Emerson, Lake & Palmer). Robert has worked , as well, with greats like Sammy Hagar, Gary Pihl (Boston/Alliance), Steve Howe (Yes/Asia) and Ambrosia.
2011 Patrick again teamed up with Robert Berry to record Keystone “Flight to Paradise ” cd for Blue Pie Records Australia. This CD featured a mix of classic rock to modern day style songs. Also 2 songs Kira Lee Krakovesky is featured on lead vocals…
2014 Patrick headed back into the studio to record his latest CD “Tell Me Tell Me” again for Blue Pie Records Australia . This is a solo effort that Patrick played everything from the first kick drum beat to the last backing vocal along with all producing and engineering. Quite a feat for anyone to accomplish. Moving forward Live shows and 2 videos will follow!
SOURCE: Official Bio
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