The Back Road

When I set out to do the follow up record to Streetwise I knew it would be a challenge. You have your whole life to write your first one then just a short time to write the next. Will it be as good? Can I go through that process again? It takes many months of organization and many people to make it a true Paul Street project. Having my own recording studio is a huge advantage. Being able to work on the record at any time of the day allows me the freedom to listen and make adjustments over a period of time. It also allows procrastination. Self producing is a difficult task. I have a few trusted colleagues to listen and give their advice, but otherwise it’s me and the music. Finishing the music is only half the job however. Then people need to hear it. This is when you have to take a detour from music man to salesman.

This is an issue for any creative endeavor.  You create, then you sell.  How comfortable are you with making that transition… I’d love to know, so please leave me some comments telling me your story!

– Paul Street

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The All New Paul Street Music Website


Country Music from Paul Street
Country Music from Paul Street

Here’s my new website.  It’s much more flexible than my previous site… and hey, just look to your right and pick your favorite song to play… right here, right now!

I’ll also be adding more of “me” to the site.  A couple times a month (maybe more), I’ll be posting my thoughts on, well, whatever I like.. it’s my site ya know.  🙂  So buckle up and get ready to ride!

– Street

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