LOUD & SOLO @ The Lamp Post in Jersey City No cover
Photo by Jim Pusterino You might be thinking to yourself, “Gee I really would like to see Paul perform sometime this June. It would make me happy and I just feel like it’s the right thing to do. But… which show is right for me?” Well, you’re in luck. I’ve put together a little guideContinue reading “Which Show Is Right For You?”
Look what showed up on my phone. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx4snQrJBY4&w=420&h=315]
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Had a great time the other nite. Dan was kind enough to record the set for me. Here it is, unedited. Now we can never forget it even if we wanted to. [bandcamp width=360 height=480 album=3455668158 size=large bgcol=ffffff linkcol=0687f5 tracklist=false]
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrDcVNL7eYs&w=420&h=315] Update! This chart has an error in the Funky C. G string should be middle finger on the SECOND fret. Not third. For a full explanation and also a more detailed walk through how to play the chorus, watch Part 2 of the vid lesson.
My landlord brought me this write up in the paper from a gig I played a couple months ago. BROTHER PAUL’S FIRST PRESS!!! Perhaps the name will live to die another day.
Photo: Paul Leonardo With the car jammed to the gills we made our way down the highway. It was a great ride. Cool night. Held my sweetheart’s hand, baby asleep in the back. Everything was breezy. Crashed at the folk’s place and arose Saturday to coffee and chit chat before I headed over to AsburyContinue reading “Playing The Anchor’s Bend in Asbury Park”
Yes, I have a real Uncle Albert. Actually he’s my great uncle. He lives in Scranton, Pennsylvania and like his brothers Peter, John, Bernie, and Julie, he served in World War II. I really feel like he’s one of the most direct lines I have to that idea of what it means to be American.Continue reading “Brother Paul’s Uncle Albert, plus a George Jones cover”