Biography

If you want live entertainment for a wedding reception, company event, private party, or night club and want a variety of music so your guest can dance the night away or they just want sit back and be entertained, then you should hire Paul Newland.

Paul Newland has been entertaining people for over 25 years. With his ability to play the guitar, fiddle, harmonica, and mandolin while performing Classic Rock, Country, Blues, Funk, 60’s & 70’s, has made him real crowd pleaser. His years of experience allows Paul to know what songs people want to hear and at what volume.

Paul has been a member of some of Kansas City’s finest bands who have opened up for bands such as 38 Special, Sawyer Brown, and Toby Keith. In the mid 1980’s Paul performed fulltime in Las Vegas, while playing music in hotels and casinos.

People enjoy Paul’s performances because he plays several different instruments. Not only does Paul play lead guitar while performing live, he has recorded all of the rhythm guitar parts that you hear when he is performing live using his backing tracks. When Paul gets out the fiddle and starts playing those great foot stomping songs such as The Devil Went Down to Georgia, Orange Blossom Special, Jambalaya, and songs by Alabama, you can tell that the crowd is having a good time. For over 30 years Paul has been playing the guitar and plays some of the most recognized classic rock & roll and blues songs. The crowd goes crazy when Paul starts singing and playing his harmonica to songs such as Roadhouse by the Doors to If You Want to Get to Heaven by the Ozark Mountain Daredevils. The mandolin is another great addition, showing the versatility that makes Paul such a crowd pleaser. He plays Country, Blue Grass and even Rock & Roll songs while playing the mandolin.  Paul has been singing for over 25 years and when recording his own songs he  sings all of the vocal harmony parts.

Since 2000 Paul has been recording his own backing tracks which accompany him during his performances.

For Bookings: 816-651-3325 or email:  pauljnewland@gmail.com

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