New Year; New Plans.

Greetings friends.

I’m pleased to say that I’m facing the new year with new plans for 2013.  For one thing, I’ll be getting a little time in on bass again.  I’m now playing bass behind Lisa Carman as part of the Lisa Carman Band.  It’s fun getting the bass chops back up to snuff and playing ensemble.  Yes, solo performances are very rewarding and I am hoping to expand that.  But playing with friends has worth too and I’m glad for that opportunity.

You may have noticed sevreral new sections added to the latest update of my web site.  For one thing, I’m pleased to report that I am working with Charlie Stewart at Handshake Management.  His advice has been sound and his air of Southern charm makes it easy to take.  I’ve also added a section on house concerts. They are fun to have in one’s home and fun to play as a musician.  I hope to do more of them in the future.  If you’re interested in sponsoring one in your home, why check out the information under that button. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is and how much fun it can be.

On another front, I’ve been working on evaluation demos for the long-awaited second CD.  I don’t want to let too much out of the bag so early in the process, but we are hoping to be able to deliver on it in time for Christmas.  I may need your help though to make it happen.  In the coming weeks I’ll be posting more on this subject as well, so keep tuned in!

About Gary Paul

Having worn many hats in my life I bring a broad perspective to my writing. 2-time winner & 8-time nominee, New Mexico Music Awards. Winner, 2006 Xtreme Folk Scene's Song Contest. Degrees: B.A, Psychology; & MPA, Public Administration; MS, Computer Science. I'm a Santa Fean born poor, but surrounded by music, theater & poetry in Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY. Piano gave me a love for melody. My grandparent's farm showed me the beauty of bucolic settings & bluegrass music. But around Boy Scout council fires I grew to love storytelling; especially a good ghost story! :-).
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