Progressive pop singer-songwriter and recording artist Brian Miessner is originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He is best known as the lead singer/songwriter/bassist for North America’s first Beatles cover band,"Liverpool", and Canadian rock groups "Spice" and "Aerial".
Liverpool enjoyed tremendous success in Canada and the U.S. playing the first ever Beatles Festival in New York City and the famed Whiskey A Go Go in Los Angeles. Fans flocked to see their re-enactment of the Beatles musical odyssey complete with Sergeant Pepper outfits.
With intensive touring in Canada and the United States - Liverpool shared the stage with The Outlaws,Charlie Daniels, Hall & Oates, Steve Martin, Roy Clark, The New York Dolls, Captain Beefheart, Monty Python, Stories, Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, Rush, Max Webster, The Eagles, Donnie Hathaway, Roberta Flack, Buddy Rich and Heart, to name a few.
Aerial recorded two albums for Capitol Records. “In The Middle of the Night” featured progressive pop rock songs “In The Middle of the Night” and “Indispensable Thomas Hensible” written by Miessner. Their second album, Maneuvers, produced hits with “Tears That You Cry” and “Moments Like This” – also Miessner penned songs.