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Pat St John Sounds
Pat's Website is www.PatStJohn.net
Pat St. John is Richard and the Young Lions' favorite DJ. Not only is he a great friend of the band, and one of our biggest supporters, he is also the narrator for "Out of Our Dens - The RYL Story", and was actually on the air in Detroit when RYL hit it big there.
He is one of Detroits (CKLW,WKNR "Keener") and New York's (WPLJ, WNEW, Q104, and CBS-FM) most loved and respected DJ's and currently is on Sirius Satellite Radio.
Added December 26, 2003
RYL mention on major radio station - Q104.3
Pat was filling in on last Sunday, and while he was plugging Little Steven's show, he let Steven know in no uncertain terms that RYL is his favorite garage band!
Added August 17th, 2003
Pat St. John and Richard Tepp on-air interview!
Richard joined Pat in the studio to reminisce about the band's greatest concert experience at a WKNR ALSAC event in Detroit and gives Pat an exclusive interview about current RYL happenings!
Tip: Listen after the interview to hear RYL's "Open Up your Door" and the Beatles "No Reply" (listen to the lyrics...) and then hear Pat talking about the band , the website and a bunch more!
Added Sept 10th, 2002
hear Pat St. John mention Richard & the
Added Aug 17th, 2002
Click here to hear Pat St. John talk about Richard & the Young Lions on "Keener (WKNR) Radio for a Day".
"Keener Radio for a Day" was a special event in August 2002 to celebrate the Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit Michigan -
Heres the description:
Added July 21st, 2002
Click here for the mp3.
Heres Steve's description:
"I recorded this the week of 9/23/69. "Hot Fun in the Summertime" was #1 on the CKLW Big 30.
About 3 weeks later we drove to Windsor Dragway where they were featuring the Big 8 Jocks. After the drag race we went to the CKLW studio on Riverside Drive West and happened to see Pat St. John in the parking lot and talked to him for about an hour. He was a real nice guy. We tried to get a tour but he said it wasn't allowed.
The bad news is the audio in this aircheck is really muddy. My uncle had given me an old boat anchor tape deck that was obsolete even then so that's all I had."
Added July 1st, 2002