My latest full-length album of original songs, The Road That I Must Take is available at popular download and streaming sites.
Song of the Month
- Now Playing on Pandora - You can now listen to some of my music on Pandora. Check out which music is available on my Pandora artist page or stream similar music on Rick Paul Radio.
- New Single: “Stubborn Heart” - "Stubborn Heart", a song about the battle between the head and the heart, was released on February 14, 2020. It now available at popular digital music stores.
- New Single: “Dream a Mighty Dream” - "Dream a Mighty Dream", an optimistic song dedicated to those who dream big and pursue their dreams, was released on January 24, 2020. It now available at popular on-line music stores.
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Recent Blog Entries
- Story Behind the Song: “Stubborn Heart” - “Stubborn Heart” is a song about the conflict between the head and the heart. You know how it goes: The head tries to reason with the heart in matters of crushes, infatuation, love, passion, and various other thinking/feeling conflicts. The heart doesn’t want to hear logic, though. It’s into feelings, even at the risk of ... Read more Story Behind the Song: “Stubborn Heart”
- Looking Back on a Decade - At the end of each year, typically on New Year’s Eve, I take a look back at the year gone by, ahead of refocusing on the new year shortly thereafter. Seeing we’re now entering the 2020s (Happy New Decade!), I thought it might also be interesting to take a look at the decade that just ... Read more Looking Back on a Decade
- Story Behind the Song: “Wishing You Well” - “Wishing You Well”, a song I wrote back in 2007 and recently included on my The Road That I Must Take album, came about as the result of a songwriting challenge. On June 18, 2007, the local Orange County chapter of Just Plain Folks picked two possible song titles, “Wishing You Well” and “The Last ... Read more Story Behind the Song: “Wishing You Well”
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Updated: April 1, 2020