Mosie Lister’s songs are sung worldwide. With over 700 songs in his catalog, plus thousands of arrangements, Lister’s music has been recorded by some of Southern Gospel music’s greatest, including the Statesmen, the Blackwoods, the Blue Ridge Quartet, the Jordanaires, and the LeFevres. His songs have also been embraced by other solo recording artists such as George Beverly Shea, Jimmy Davis, Porter Waggoner, Webb Piece and Connie Smith. Elvis Presley also recorded two of Lister’s songs: “Where No One Stands Alone” and “He Knows Just What I Need.”
Lister’s other well-known songs include “How Long Has It Been?”, “Then I Met The Master,” “‘Til the Storm Passes By,” “The King And I,” “I’ve Been Changed,” “I’m Feeling Fine,” and “His Hand In Mine.”
Lister was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall Of Fame in 1976 and into the SGMA Hall Of Fame in 1997.