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Started by johninblack, Sat, 2010-10-23, 09:11:08
Quote from: Teunis on Wed, 2010-10-27, 21:42:44Judge for yourself .http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frve4DOSUsI
Quote from: JJ II on Thu, 2010-10-28, 13:44:26What do you mean by 'deeper': lower, or more intimate?
Quote from: maddox on Thu, 2010-10-28, 14:57:11So it isn't Brain.
QuotePaul Manzi was born in 1963, London. He bought his first guitar when he was fifteen (A Flying V copy inspired by KK Downing of Judas Priest) and proceeded to play guitar in his school band. Paul's early influences were Led Zepplin, Deep Purple, Rush, Queen to name but a few.Paul found his voice and started singing at age 23 (late starter) and 2 years later joined progressive rock band 'Barchetta'. He gained notable recording experience at Abbey Road Studios, (only because Pete the guitarist worked as an accountant there) and equally notable live experience including playing at the Old Marquee supporting progressive rock band 'Pallas'.Since then Paul has kept busy doing session vocals and working in various successful cover bands/trios/duos/solo as a singer/guitarist (one has to pay the rent). More recently Paul has performed lead vocals on the soundtrack of 2 rock/pop musicals 'Phantasmagoria' and Space Family Robinson, which was in production in 2003. He is also an aspiring actor, and has performed in theatre and on film.Paul joined Oliver's band in mid 2004 and has proved himself to be a fantastic frontman. He first performed with the band for their concert at the Classic Rock Society on the 18th September 2004. He has continued to perform with both the band and with Oliver as an acoustic duo. In 2007 Paul got to record with Oliver on the Mother's Ruin ep.Although Paul's versatility as a musician has enabled him to cross musical styles including soul, jazz, latin, pop and musical theatre, he has now come full circle back to his rock roots.
Quote from: ironcow2103 on Thu, 2010-10-28, 13:18:53Obviously Clive has picked the perfect half way house to sing both eras!
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