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justplainpaul – Live at Birdy’s 08.19.2010

Here’s a little footage from the live show at Birdy’s on 08.19.2010. Thank you goes to the guys – Andy and Doug – for their hard work and efforts to make it a fun night for both the crowd and ourselves. More shows are lining up, and I will post info as I receive it. I also would like to thank the friends and family who came out to make it a great night. I will see you again very soon!

Montage Revenge


Robotniks – From “Data of the East Accolade”

It’s been awhile since my last post, and I apologize for it. All I can say is that I have truly been busy and keeping under the radar with working on the music for this sophomore release. As you can hear with this preview, it is a step in a different direction from MILES, but I am having fun, and I am very pleased with the way things are coming together.

Stay tuned for news on the limited edition version of the release, and some other goodies to go along with it. I have set a deadline for late summer for the release, and so far, I’m on schedule.

Thank you all for your support and downloading my first album. I am hopeful that you will enjoy what’s to come.

More news soon!

The Path That Ends

This is a tune that serves as a little tribute to my dad who passed away in January. He was always a fan of my music, no matter what I was doing. He sometimes didn’t understand it, but he appreciated my hard work. This one’s for you, dad.

Classics vs. justplainpaul – Ocean’s Go


Ocean’s Go (justplainpaul mix)

My colleague and friend Douglas from the group Classics asked me to do a remix of one of his tunes. Needless to say, it was an honor. It was a fun project, for it allowed me to expand my production techniques, and use a lot of my old external synths, plus just geek out! You can download Classics’ free e.p. here.

In Memory Of My Father.


I just wanted to post a farewell to my dad who passed away on Saturday morning. He was a man who loved the simple life, but was such a complex individual. I can best describe his caring and generous heart as a man who would give you the shirt off his back and have another in his back pocket to give you. I am grateful for the years I had with him, although sad that adult life got in the way of living.

We didn’t spend much one on one time together in the past few years, but we remained in solid contact and left nothing unsaid, and no issues to contend with. There remains a huge void in my heart and soul that I know will never be refilled. Thank you, Dad, for the kindness, the guidance, and for you through the years. I wouldn’t trade ANY moment of it for anything in the world.