Music has always been with me. At the age of five or six, I was captured on home movies singing Elvis Presley songs, and doing my best to entertain. I began playing the guitar at about the age of ten. The music I was exposed to was quite varied and was rich in diversity: Buddy Holly, The Beatles, Hank Williams, Eddy Arnold, Chet Atkins, Bob Dylan, Nat King Cole and Crosby, Stills and Nash. My father was the primary music influence in these early years, and his music was mostly country with a mixture of thirties and forties classics thrown in. During my four years with the USN I performed in the Admiral's Band, out of Memphis, Tennessee. The style was 'Big Band.' The USN gave me the opportunity to travel and to experience the music of many other cultures. After my discharge from the USN, I continued to travel and perform, and nearly three decades later I am still traveling and still performing. What musician would not dream of recording? I have had the opportunity to do just that. In recent years I have been involved with several projects. One recording is 'Trappers,' original songs and traditional songs from the 1830s. My most recent work is entitled Eclectic which covers all the types of music I love to sing: jazz, blues, folk, pop and originals. Other projects include music videos, composing soundtracks for documentaries, writing plays, writing lyrics and music. Like most people I have many interests. Painting is another creative outlet that I enjoy. My style is impressionistic, but it is forever changing. Just like my music and my art, my life is always evolving. That's what makes it an adventure. Cover Home Music Samples Trappers Art Gallery Nan Weber Reviews & Booking Info Paul's Latest News Update Email © 2004 Paul Boruff.