Paul is an artist who enjoys creating emotions put to music that most living adults will be able to relate to. He believes it's important to appreciate all genres of music. His musical influence starts at an early age of 5 listening to and loving the Beatles. He was raised watching Saturday night at the Grand Ole Opry on TV with musicians such as Dolly Parton, Porter Wagner, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Minnie Pearl, etc., all the oldies but goodies! As he grew his musical influence evolved to Chicago, The Doobie Brothers, Three Dog Night, Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Santana, Queen, David Sanborn, Miles Davis, BB King, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, Burt Bacharach, Don Henley, and many others. Paul's roots come from middle/lower income America. He grew up living with his mother until the age of 15 when he moved to live with his father (a preacher). They raised tobacco on the farm. At the age of 16, Paul started running the Bruce Rambo (grade A) dairy on the weekends. At the age of 14, Paul's friend Billy Sheperd had a cheap guitar (Sears model-we think) which Paul traded a pair of roller skates for and started teaching himself how to play. Today, he plays lead/rhythm guitar, keyboards, and harmonica. In 1978 Paul wrote the music to the Franklin County High School's Senior Class Song titled "I Think We'll Make It". The senior class put together a budget. Paul and a handful of his artist friends went to a studio in Louisville KY and recorded the song on a 33 record and each graduating senior received a complimentary copy. Paul is very much in love with his wife Tracy. They have three boys; James, Joshua and Justin. All three boys attend college in Kentucky.
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