Paul Brand – Trilogy – Triple A release from Edinburgh songwriter

Trilogy is the brand new Triple A release from Edinburgh songwriter Paul Brand.

His previous singles Standing Over Elvis and Nothing in the World, plus his festive tune in another guise same him playlisted at numerous stations around the UK. His laid back delivery in the Paul Carrack mould has seen him take to the stage in music hotbeds such as Nashville, San Francisco and New York. Paul’s current album 12 Songs has been supported by BBC Radio nan Gaidheal.

 

He now releases Standing Over Elvis, Walking Up the Royal Mile and his most successful tune Nothing in the World as a Triple A release

He recollects the attractiveness of cities around the world, but he still ends up waking up The Royal Mile. This attractive song has all the attributes of a modern country song and is performed well, it is a song that grows on you the more you listen to it. The song is a good advertisement for the album which based on this, should be a good buy. FATEA

Paul is an Edinburgh based singer songwriter and guitarist who has been hooked with a song writing habit since he was a teenager. A habit that has seen him take to the stage in music hotbeds such as Nashville, San Francisco and New York.

Standing Over Elvis shines a light on Paul’s virtuoso talents and as radio friendly as they come. Taken from the new album 12 Songs . An album that showcases Paul’s guitar and vocal talents to the full. Recorded at the Slate Room Studio, Pencaitland in Scotland, the album is available through the Paul Brand Music website and the CD format can also be purchased from Coda Music shop in Edinburgh.

Featuring contributions from fifteen musicians in total, the album was named album of the week on Blues and Roots Radio based in Canada and the album has already received support from radio shows around the UK, including former BBC Scotland DJ Tom Morton’s Beach Croft Social internet show.

 “He (Paul) recollects the attractiveness of cities around the world, but he still ends up walking up the Royal Mile. This attractive song has all the attributes of a modern country song and is performed well. It is a song that grows on you the more you listen to it. The song is a good advertisement for the album which based on this, should be a good buy. FATEA MAGAZINE

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