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ON THE MUSIC FOR THIS SITE CHARLES MITCHELL PLAYED LEAD ON STILL ROCKING AND FIRED FROM LIFE, LIVING THE BLUES...MY BEAUTIFUL WIFE LIZ RAN THE 16 TRK ON ALOT OF THE SONGS...THE A&R GRANDMA...SHE SANG BACKUP ON CELLPHONES, FIRED FROM LIFE, MODERN MAN,AND HOT CAPACHINO and Greedy Greedy people....She co produced the song and video with me
Why this name?
LIZ AND I ARE THE ONLEY ONES IN THE BAND AND THAT GIVES ME THE BLUES
GOOD THING I PLAY GUITAR, BASS, KEYBOARDS, DRUMS AND SAX
Do you play live?
I PLAY LIVE OCCASSIONLY...I LIVE WAY OUT IN THE COUNTRY AGNES TX WITH 2CATS SPENELLI THE SHITZU A SKUNK AND 3 DEER
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
THE INTERNET GIVES ALL OF US WAY MORE OPPORTUNITY .............TO GO BESERK
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
I'D RATHER GARGLE BEES
Band History:
Blues and jazz have always driven my music, but I was heavily influenced by folk and rock and roll. I was born in Oregon but have spent the last thirty years in Texas. I am a thoroughly transplanted Texan. I spent a couple of years playing in California in the height of the hippie era so that influence is there also. I was living in Haight Ashbery at the very beginning so I guess I was one of the original hippies, but we musicians didn’t claim that label. We insisted that musicians were musicians and hippies were hippies. I will admit that we looked about the same.
In Texas saddled with the nickname Little Paul I played many years in an infamous club known as The Cellar. This was the stomping ground of a variety of musicians some who are now well know. This group of clubs in Ft Worth, Dallas, and Houston was the early home of Dusty Hill, Frank Beard, and the early jamming place of the young ZZ Top. Rocky Hill the brother of Dusty, Bugs Henderson, John Nitzinger, Jimmy Vaughn, Johnny Winter, Ray Sharp; and Shawn Philips, just to name a few, worked and sat in there. Working there, jamming and playing with these musicians was a tremendous influence on my music. Another remarkable influence was the late Arturâ€쳌Tudyâ€쳌 Taddi a monster musician who was the absolute best bass and drum player I have ever known. We played together with Rock-a-Billy legend Johnny Carroll at the Cellar when we were both teenagers. He remained a good friend until he passed. I miss him each and every day. I was also profoundly influenced by the late great blues man Robert Ealey. I sat in with him often at his club the “Bluebird.â€쳌 in the 70s. This was the club that featured and created many great blues groups. The Fabulous Thunderbirds, The Juke Jumpers, Johnny Red and the Roosters, Little Whisper and the Rumors, Double Trouble, all of them fantastic backup for the incomparable Robert Ealey. Robert was always Robert and always your friend no matter how famous he got. If you put his name on the net he does come up.
Your influences?
Bobby Bland, BB, The Beatles, Stones, Wes Montgomery, Arthur "Tudy" Taddi, Big Band Jazz, Sinatra, Accoustic Music , Joni Mitchel, Janis Ian, Tejano music, Elvis, Ricky Nelson, Most of my generation started out wanting to be Elvis and Ricky...and of course the great Chuck Berry and Little Richard and at the very beginning The Kingston Trio , Bill Haley and Buddy Holly
Favorite spot?
SAN FRANCISCO...PARIS
Equipment used:
330 EPIPHONE and Westone guitars Fender Bass, Casio and Yamaha keyboards, 35 yr old american made Wasburn accoustic, fender Deville amp,Peavy Classic amp, Custom Bass amp, Martin Indianan Sax, Ludwig drums,Vel clarinet
Anything else...?
ANY DAY YOU CREATE SOMETHING IS A GOOD DAY........THE MUSIC INDUSTRY WILL EAR YOU ALIVE SO STAY ALERT
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