I have listened to Paul Langille’s music now for more than 3 decades. He is an artist who has remained true to his craft and heart. With his unmatched vocal ability, stunning guitar style, and mastery of song writing, he continues to evolve; inspiring new hope in us all. As time goes by, Paul just keeps getting better and better!
Rick Taylor, Singer/songwriter, musician, composer
At times his guitar strumming was so intense; I was reminded of a hyperactive hummingbird on steroids. The Man can play guitar.
Elaine Murray, Barrie Folk Society
Paul Langille plays the guitar masterfully, with intensity and power. You (could) tell he had been inspired by the best. ..
Elaine Wilson, NIAGARA NEWS
Prouk was skeptical until Langille lumbered over to the microphone and began to sing. “A chill ran through us,” says Prouk. “This guy had no idea how good he was.”
It’s straight ahead, no glamour, simple music that keeps him going. If you’re looking for the growling voice of a blues musician combined with an excellent display of guitar mastery, look for Paul Langille.
Chuck Sinkevitch, Lambton News
Langille has got to be one of the best blues singers I have had the occasion to hear, it just blew my mind.
Geoff Tebbutt, London Scene Magazine
After years of paying his dues …The word of Paul Langille’s musical genius and energy is beginning to spread.
Paul has the exceptional gift of putting emotions into his songs and his new album is a great source of these emotions; balanced with Paul’s amazing guitar work.
Jim Marino, Freewheeling Folk Show
A night of fabulous torch songs from the Thirties, Forties, and Fifties – Georgia, It had to be You, It’s a Wonderful World, and the incomparable As Time Goes By. Let London’s Paul Langille take you back to Casablanca, with his distinctive husky-voiced style!
Best of Jeans & Classics, Orchestra London