|Paul moved out of Denver in 1971 at age twenty-one,
leaving a family of five siblings in search of fame and fortune in California,
and ended up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Unable to afford a recording
studio for his songs, he twice started his own studios, "Madman Studios" in Berkeley,
and "Midi Soundlab" in San Francisco. He joined the team of "20
-20 Productions" and later "Glass House Productions", both
of which put on underground theme parties in San Francisco's pre-gentrified
South Of Market district. He married in the late eighties and pursued a career
in software development, which eventually brought him to Seattle. It was
here that Paul became a member of "Victory Music" and hooked up
with the "Emerald City Jug Band" and it's alter-ego "Teeth,
Hair and Eyeballs", engineering their CD's and producing shows. In 2007
Paul started a new life with a new love, a new band: "THE Other Band",
and a new recording studio: "Deaf White Kitty Studio". The new band has
released two CD's recorded in the new studio and features Paul's new love. Life is good.
Paul's musical influences range from "Santana" to "The Beach Boys"
and is firmly rooted in the 60's hippie era. He's called "LogicMan" because
... well, he's a software engineer.