Early in Paul Christian's career, he was offered the chance to sell his music from his Americana release "Never Been Lonely" to a national producer, but declined as he wanted to keep the rights to his music. Then Paul garnered some more national attention when the industry magazine, "New Music Weekly," approached Paul after hearing his song "The Fool" to promote his music nationally. Still a bit skeptical, Paul graciously thanked them, but declined.
Paul is originally from the "flyover" state, he jokes, of Minnesota. Even though, he boasts he's met more celebrities in and around his home town then anywhere else in the country. Having played hundreds of shows across the country, Paul's current plans have become quite varied. More TV and radio spots are in the works and Radio stations such as Cities 97 are continually discovering Paul Christian's music and adding his work to their playlists.
Paul's second album "Summertime" is available now. Paul has enjoyed the comparison of his voice and singing style to those of the great Roy Orbison and Chris Isaak, but has decided to try to expand beyond that with the "happiest record of all time."