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Paul Parker and All the Right Friends
Genre:Country Rock
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Total Gigs: 35
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Paul Parker and All the Right Friends

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Paul Parker is one of Shropshire’s most well established musicians and songwriters with over 20 years of playing and writing experience.  Playing a mix of his own written material along with both established and lesser known covers, Paul Parker and All the Right Friends is a 5 piece band with a melodic country rock/Americana sound.  Covers include REM, The Jayhawkes, Crowded House, David Gray, Neil Young, KT Tunstall. Sheryl Crow and Tom Petty. 


Paul and Adelle also go out as an acoustic duo creating the same Americana/country rock sound and with the basic philosophy of playing anything with a good tune that you can imagine singing a hundred times a year.  Imagine intricate vocal harmonies, along with a skilfully played acoustic guitar, mandolin, some laid back percussion and even the odd harmonica solo and you will get the general idea of this fine acoustic act.  Covers include, Counting Crows, Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, Amy Macdonald, Warren Zevon and The Grateful Dead.

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Dear Paul and band. iv seen your band playing in and around shrewsbury and think you are all awsome. Thers a song I herd a band play a song when I was on holiday in majorca 11 years ago in an irish bar the place was buzzing an the music almost as good as yours. iv always liked a song they were playing called fields of athenrhy. but the band had jazzed the song up. iv never forgotten the way the song had been given an up beet temp to it. then last year i found the song on youtube and given that same up beet temp. i was wondering cud u please do that same song as i think you would make a fantastic version of it. on you tube it was known as. (the fields of version.) please please please would you and your band members look and see what you think and maybe do your own version warm regards to you all. last seen you in the dun cow with my mrs on the 29th of sept. Mark.
Posted: 3.10.11 - 10:53pm