Paul Langille took to the stage at a very young age, singing and playing guitar in dance halls, service clubs, and numerous other venues in and around his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario. photo_stackDuring this time, Paul learned the basics of performance and stage work – this was fertile ground for a musical prodigy – and he developed a keen understanding of what entertaining was about.

In late 2001, Paul was involved in the collaborative recording/ performance ..Tears of a Thousand Years.. which raised funds for the relief effort in New York following the events of September 11th.

Paul works with Orchestra London in their Red Hot Weekends series.

Paul has also been a special guest performer for the Jeans & Classics series, contributing a strong vocal presence to many of the Orchestra’s live performances, including special events, corporate shows and, on occasion, doing special performances that featured Paul as the headliner. These shows were always sold-out in advance, which is an incredible compliment to Paul’s vocals, showmanship, and ability to draw a crowd.

Over the years, Paul has won numerous accolades and awards, including the prestigious AMPAC (Advertising Music Producers Association of Canada) award for 1986 and was nominated for the COCA (Canadian Organization of Campus Activities)Top Contemporary Artist of the Year award, 1988. In recent years, Paul has been nominated 8 times in the Singer/Songwriter and the Blues category at the Jack Richardson Awards. He was also nominated 11 times for the London Music Awards in various categories

In 2008, Paul won the Jack Richardson Award for best Contemporary Singer/Songwriter.

These days a musician and artist must utilize all the voices available to him. Paul has many voices, all emanating from the heart and soul.

Here are some of Paul’s strongest assets … An emotionally charged voice – A proven history as a guitar-smith with powerful and experienced song writing skills – A man with an honest passion for his music.

Have a listen, experience the passion, and take it home.

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