Patricia Dahlquist is a singer and actress from Nelson, British Columbia. She graduated from L.V. Rogers Secondary School in Nelson, B.C. During her music career, Dahlquist released two studio albums and won the Juno Award for Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year in 1976.
She released a single in 1975 called Keep Our Love Alive (Columbia C4-4095) which spent seven weeks in the Canadian top 40. It entered July 5, 1975 and peaked at number 20 on September 27. She also released the album "This is Patricia Dahlquist" that same year.
As an actress, Dahlquist was in Blackwoods, The Hamster Cage and various TV movies. Apart from singing, Dahlquist started a non-profit opera organization for British Columbian youth in 2006 and was awarded the Surrey Civic Treasure Award in 2013.
Patricia Dahlquist: vocals
Bob Gallo: vocals
Don V. Lorusso: guitar (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B3, B4)
Dwayne Ford: keyboards
Gary Holt: bass
Jøhn Andersen: drums, percussion
Backing Band: Toronto Rhythm Section (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B3, B4)
Produced and arranged by Bob Gallo
Engineered by Gary Gray and Rick Capreol
Engineer asistant: John Naslen
Recorded at Manta Sound, Toronto, Ontario
Mixed by Bob Gallo and Rick Capreol
Photography by Bernd Taeger