If you are a frequent visitor at the Tapas Bar and Restaurant Cubana, you’ve probably already had the pleasure of listening to Paul Newman’s fruity voice.
Music has always been a huge part of his life, from when his mother used to sing nursery rhymes to him as a child. Having had massive support from his parents as well as teachers, he started performing at a very young age, the Birdie Song being one of his earliest memories.
If he’s not working on an album or performing at different venues, he likes to rejuvenate his creativity in different ways. Spending time with his family is only one them.
“I’m married with 4 children, 4 grand-children and three dogs. Which keeps me kind of busy.”
With an impressive repertoire ranging from the 50s to modern, he plays everything your heart desires and reminds you of what music is really about.
“I’d certainly like encourage anyone who’s alive to make music their own and if that means singing other people’s music, if that means writing your own lyrics or singing in the shower, that’s fine. Music belongs to everybody, it’s our birth right. Saying you’re no good at it, misses the point entirely. When we speak, we sing, the beating of our heart is a rhythm. We are music, everything is music. So sing your song.”
And here’s a taste of what his music sounds like: