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Paul Kinvig - Maria Greenwood’s musician of the month

PUBLISHED: 15:36 27 March 2015 | UPDATED: 15:36 27 March 2015

Paul Kinvig

Paul Kinvig

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The diverse talent that people have often amazes me, and Paul Kinvig is a shining example of this.

By day he’s a high flying business consultant based in Bournemouth, but when Paul picks up his guitar, you see a man with an unrelenting passion for music and a voice like melted butter that oozes with soul. With 20 years of song writing experience, Paul combines catchy melodies with descriptive and thoughtful lyrics. He often plays intimate acoustic gigs, entertaining audiences with his stories behind the songs. Paul has recently released an EP The Healing Pt1 to accompany his two existing solo albums, The Red Room and Fall From Grace, which are all available to download on iTunes and Amazon.

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