The Fairfax Street Choir


    
     
      I'm moving toward the midnight sun
      Pure, forever, amber one,
      Give me the light. I need the light

Pat Craig is featured as lead vocalist on a song called  the "Midnight Sun", written by guitarist and singer Steve Mack. Pat also plays piano on "Tribes Of Man", an epic song written by Clyde Niesen. Both songs can be found on the "Let Your Light Guide You Home" CD. on the choralisrecords.com website.

"I spent a lot of time with Pat during our younger years performing in "The Long Lost MInd Review", "The Fairfax Street Choir" and various other venues. His wit and talent were uncompromised", Marla Hunt Hanson.

Patrick E. Craig, a lifelong writer and musician left a successful performance career in 1986 to become a pastor who spoke at seminars and in churches on the west coast for years. He retired in 2007 to concentrate on writing and publishing fiction books. In November 2011, he landed a deal with Harvest House Publishers to publish his Apple Creek Dreams series. He is now an Amazon best selling Author. Patrick’s book endeavors are  represented by the Steve Laube Agency, one of the largest Christian book agencies in  America. Pat's talent has stood the test of time in both music and writing.


Currently Steve Mack is living in Catalina , Az, near Tucson. Steve holds his guitar in the picture  below and continues  to pursue expressions in music, woodworking, and photography. Woodworking website is:  ringsofwood@cs.com;
Recent musical compositions playable on SoundCloud under HeartsRing.
Midnight Sun can be found on the Let Your Light Guide You Home C
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Bill Champlin on guitar and Pat Craig performing at The Marin County Fair back in the 70's.