Paul David Wilson
American musician
Paul David Wilson
Paul David Wilson is a songwriter, composer, conductor, and music producer. Most of his professional life has been devoted to music, including composing for radio and TV commercials, he was became the president of a start-up record label begun by Frank Thomas, who was then the starring player on the Chicago White Sox baseball team. Wilson suffered a massive and debilitating stroke when he was 46 years old.
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Restaurant owner jailed for manslaughter of peanut allergy customer
Guardian (UK) - 9 months
Paul Wilson died after Mohammed Zaman swapped almond powder for cheaper one containing peanuts An Indian restaurant owner with a “cavalier attitude” to safety has been jailed for six years for the manslaughter of a customer with a peanut allergy, after he supplied him with a curry containing peanuts. Paul Wilson, 38, was meticulous about his condition and asked for no nuts when staff at the Indian Garden, Easingwold, North Yorkshire, cooked his chicken tikka masala takeaway in January 2014. Continue reading...
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Kit and Ace, Lululemon founder's new venture, fires 10 percent of HQ staff
Yahoo News - about 1 year
By Julie Gordon VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Kit and Ace, the retail start-up launched by Lululemon Athletica Inc founder Chip Wilson's family, has laid off roughly 10 percent of staff at its Vancouver headquarters, as the closely-held company slows its rapid pace of expansion. "Like other tech start-ups, we are in a constant pursuit of learning, improving and adjusting our strategy," chief executive Paul Wilson said in an emailed statement on Sunday. Launched by Chip Wilson's wife and son in 2014, Kit and Ace went from a single shop in Vancouver to 61 locations across the globe in less than two years.
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Curry takeaway owner charged with manslaughter after customer died from peanut allergy 
Daily Mail (UK) - almost 2 years
Paul Wilson, 38, suffered an anaphylactic shock after eating food from the The Indian Garden in Easingwold, North Yorkshire.
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O.C. salon murder case stalls as D.A. office's removal is appealed
LATimes - almost 2 years
For 3 1/2 years, Paul Wilson has waited for his wife's killer to face trial, a wait protracted by lengthy evidentiary hearings probing the mishandling of the case by authorities.
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California AG Appeals Booting Of Orange County DA From Mass Murder Case Over Misconduct Allegations
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
LOS ANGELES -- California Attorney General Kamala Harris has appealed a decision by an Orange County Superior Court judge to eject the entire O.C. district attorney's office from a high-profile mass murder case over allegations of "significant" misconduct by the DA. "The findings of the court regarding the discovery violations in this case are serious," Harris' press secretary, Kristin Ford, told The Huffington Post on Friday. She added that the attorney general will conduct an independent investigation into allegations that the DA's office obstructed justice by withholding evidence. "The court’s order recusing the entire District Attorney’s Office from this case lacks legal justification and must be appealed," Ford said. She cited a section of Superior Court Judge Thomas Goethal's ruling from last week, which said "there is no direct evidence that the district attorney actively participated in the concealment of this information from the defense and the court." She also noted tha ...
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Three charged over Ballymena bin 'torture' case - BBC News
Google News - over 3 years
BBC News Three charged over Ballymena bin 'torture' case BBC News Three people from Ballymena have appeared in court charged with attempted murder following the discovery of an injured man in a bin. Teri Lau of Dunclug Park, David Roddy Patterson of Glendun Drive, both 26, and Paula Wilson, 20, of Millfield were also ... Antrim wheelie bin victim 'was tortured'Irish Examiner all 14 news articles »
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Will £148m EuroMillions jackpot winner share his fortune with long-lost half brother he has never met?
Daily Mail (UK) - over 4 years
Paul Wilson, 55, yesterday learned he was the half-brother of EuroMillions winner Adrian Bayford, pictured with wife Gillian here after the couple's £148m jackpot win.
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Leeds property news: Estate agent has team spirit
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 4 years
A LOCAL sports team has been backed by an estate agent – and it has proved to be a winning decision. Eddisons agreed to sponsor Horsforth St Margaret’s U12 Stallions. The football team have won their league three times. The committed youngsters, under the guidance of manager Andy Dargan from Cookridge, have succeeded in taking the 2012 league title. The boys arrived in style for their presentation night in an 18-seater Hummerzine which was big enough to take the whole squad. The boys won the title by nine points after losing only one game, scoring 70 goals and conceding only 16. Chief executive of Eddisons Residential, Graham Bates, whose son Jamie is a mid-fielder in the squad, said: “Andy has brought together a fantastic team who work brilliantly together and they deserve the success they have achieved. “It is a great way for the 
boys to learn about working as 
a team and about respecting 
each other, as well as their rivals. “They are also lucky to have such a committed man ...
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Why Milošević Yielded
Counter Punch - over 4 years
Paul Wilson, in his review of Madeleine Albright’s Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937–1948 [NYR, June 7], sensibly puts quotation marks around the word “success” in referring to the seventy-eight-day NATO bombing campaign against Serbia in 1999, hailed at the time by John Keegan as “proof positive that wars can be won by airpower alone.” As Wilson correctly observes, the war “transformed liberal attitudes to military intervention,” its legacy celebrated in subsequent campaigns in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and, perhaps in the near future, Syria and Iran. The war was indeed a triumph for air power, though not quite in the way Keegan and others understand. The eleven-week bombing offensive against Serbian military and civilian targets ended when Slobodan Milošević agreed to evacuate Kosovo, and it was therefore a simple matter for air power partisans to claim victory—a clear case of post hoc, propter hoc. In the view of many on the ground, however, the Serbs yi ...
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Illumination fees frozen this year
Bakewell Today - almost 5 years
COUNCIL bosses have agreed to freeze the cost of the Matlock Bath Illuminations on the back of its success last year. Derbyshire Dales District Council’s Partnership and Regeneration Committee made the decision to freeze charges for the 2012 Illuminations. This year’s event is due to take place form September 1 to October 27, and will be kept at a cost of £4.50 for adults and £4 for over 60s, with free entrance for children under the age of 16, disabled people, carers and Matlock Bath residents. Around 100,000 visitors flocked to Matlock Bath to see the world renowned illuminations last year, beating the previous year’s total. The total cost of the 2011 event, which once again included a parade of decorated boats every weekend from the start of September to the end of October, plus four special clifftop fireworks displays on selected Saturdays, was £128,000 - and this figure was balanced by ticket sales, voluntary contributions from local traders, sponsorship and car park income. ...
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Watch the sun rise over the sea from the “perfect” family home
Eastbourne Herald - almost 5 years
LOOKING for the perfect family home? Picture watching the sun rise over the sea, long days on your own beach, and friends and family enjoying outdoor parties before retiring inside to a spacious family home with plenty of bedroom accommodation. Reid and Dean has the pleasure of offering such a home, located on the beach at Pevensey Bay. Paul Wilton, from Reid and Dean, said, “This house is a real treasure. “This is the first time it has come to the market for more than 50 years, and it is the sort of home that the new owners will want to keep for a long time too!” Gay Dolphins has been built and developed for seaside living. Nearly all the rooms have sea views and double or triple aspects. One bedroom has a private balcony and three share another balcony. The ground floor has a spacious and imposing hallway leading to a 23’ living room with a bay window which is nearly full width, a sun-room conservatory, an impressive beamed dining room and a bespoke 1950s retro kitchen/dine ...
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Gen-i plans to hire more than 60 in Australia
IT Wire - almost 5 years
Gen-i, the systems integration business of Telecom NZ, plans to expand its Australian workforce by 30% Gen-i already employs 200 people in Australia and plans a 30% increase over the next 18 months. All of the company's Australasian clients have renewed their agreements, said Paul Wilson, the company's managing director for Australia said. The focuses of the expansion will be network and security, collaboration, end user computing, and cloud and virtualisation, he added. "With employees now expecting to be able to bring their own devices into the workplace, corporate IT departments are coming under increased pressure to accommodate wide diversity in the way IT is being consumed and deployed, with systems complexity often outpacing in-house skills," Mr Wilson said. "Gen-i continues to invest in on-the-ground expertise in Australia, to support the demand we are seeing from clients for sophisticated collaboration solutions that span these complex environments." The company ...
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DONCASTER ROVERS: Super memories of our days in Championship
South Yorkshire Times - almost 5 years
TO borrow the theme from a well-known Frank Sinatra song, the end is here and we must face the final Championship game - at least for the time being. Hopefully we will only be on loan to League One for just a season. The last three games have given me renewed belief in the club; let’s hope the financial constraints don’t mean us losing the nucleus of the team during the summer. We probably may not have stayed up whatever team we turned out, but with the love and pride they have in the club, the ‘old guard’ would have given it their best shot. We started our Championship campaign with an away win at Derby, and it was also in the Midlands where we finished our away campaign with a 2-0 win at Coventry. Coventry’s defeat also condemned them to relegation. I’m not sure how much of a threat they will pose because their financial plight, along with Pompey’s, will see them in a bigger mess than us next season. The talk this week has been about Dick Watson and Terry Bramhall retur ...
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(AUDIO) He Was Tired of Big Bad Corporate Radio, So He Bought His Own Station.
Radio Ink - almost 5 years
(by Ed Ryan) Some would say Paul Wilson is living the American Radio Dream. Wilson worked his way up from a weekend announcer in High School to - 6 months ago - owning his own station. How many of us radio junkies have thought about going back to that one station, where we got our first break, to buy it and live happily ever after? Some of us think about it and talk about it. Paul Wilson did it. Here's his great story about getting into ownership.
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St. Landry Parish Arrest Report
3 KATC - almost 5 years
This is the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office arrest report for April 20, 2012. Sidney J. Brown, age 56, 138 East Ardoin, Eunice, La., possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts violation of uniform cds law-drug free zone, defamation, distribution of schedule III drugs, arrested by Eunice Police Department. Michael James Ledet, age 46, 162 Leola Freeman Lane, Washington, La., simple burglary, criminal trespass and unauthorized entry of inhabited dwelling and simple criminal damage to property, arrested by Washington Police Department. Delos D. Smith, age 32, 714 Charlene Richard Road, Opelousas, La., two bench warrants. Eric Gallow, age 27, 132 Bollich Road, Eunice, La., distribution of schedule drugs. David Lee Brown, age 51, 512 North Lombard, Opelousas, La., bench warrant. Gary Paul Wilson, age 50, 300 South Martin Luther King #28, Eunice, La., possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting an officer. Lamara James, age ...
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Show your pride at St George’s Day event
Grantham Journal - almost 5 years
A POPULAR family event is set to return on Sunday in celebration of St George’s Day, as will the annual Scout Parade. Grantham Events Group, with support from South Kesteven District Council, will once again hold a family fun day in St Peter’s Hill, with a host of activities and attractions planned. There will be children’s rides, a Punch and Judy Show, morris dancing, a bouncy castle, owl sanctuary display and a market. Plus, visitors can take a close look at a steam traction engine, Aveling and Barford road roller and a London bus. Ged McKnight, a member of the Grantham Events Group, said: “We want everyone to come out and enjoy it. Hopefully, the weather will be as good as the last few years. “Everybody who has been to the event in the past few years has had a wonderful time. It’s a great event for the community. “The fact that it’s not just English people in the town that get involved is great. Foreign visitors come down to see what it’s like to be English. “It’s an event fo ...
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Service farewells Qld housefire victims - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
There was an hour-long tribute service which included speeches by assistant police commissioner Paul Wilson, Queensland Fire Service chief superintendent Peter Ryan and local councillors and Environment Minister Vicky Darling
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Snow Patrol Reveal 'Fallen Empires' Details - Entertainment Focus
Google News - over 5 years
Snow Patrol - singer Gary Lightbody, guitarist Nathan Connolly, bassist Paul Wilson, drummer Jonny Quinn and keyboardist, Tom Simpson - recorded Fallen Empires at Eagles Watch in Santa Monica. Tracks were mixed at the studio owned by 'Jacknife' Lee,
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Paul David Wilson
  • 2005
    Age 52
    In 2005, he returned to Chicago, where he began an intensive rehabilitation regimen, fiercely determined to resume his musical career.
    More Details Hide Details Paul has six brothers. They are: James Warren (classical/gospel organ, piano), Herbert Liston (Acoustic/electric bass), John Oland (vocalist), Mark Andrew, Steward Franklin (B-3, piano). One brother, Mark, died when he was an infant do to heart complication. Paul has been married and divorced two times and has one stepchild: He has been a Chicago Chapter Governor and National Trustee of The Recording Academy (NARAS) and active on its Education, Finance, Restructuring and Long Range Planning Committee. In the mid-1990s, he was Chicago Chapter President of The Recording Academy and later served as a trustee of the Winans Academy of Performing Arts. Paul performed with the band "The Nightclub Band" on the film, A Family Thing (Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones) which also featured the song "Family Thing Blues" on the soundtrack. A film, "Signs," was used with Paul’s music jingle, "I Wanna Pop, I Wanna Shasta." His song titled, "Invitation" perform by Ada Dyer, was "sample" and then used another song entitled "Brown Sugar (fine)", with the film Brown Sugar, which performed by Mos Def and produced by Kanye West. (The film's credits of "Brown Sugar (fine)" was incorrect)
  • 1999
    Age 46
    Soon, both Dejah Gomez and Entourage were starting to "take off," but, in January 1999, just as the action and excitement was building for his young record company, Paul Wilson suffered a stroke.
    More Details Hide Details On January 2, 1999, the stroke left the active and energetic 46-year-old composer, producer and businessman suddenly and seriously disabled (CT). The doctors revealed that an ischemic CVA of left MCA with hemorrhagic transformation. Paul was told he’d have to accept lasting and severe restrictions on his ability to verbally communicate, due to the post-stroke condition known as Aphasia. Aphasia is the inability to speak, read, write or understand speech. Wilson was hospitalized at West Suburban Hospital Medical Center in Oak Park and Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Subsequently, he went through rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and Willowbrook. Paul wrote: In need of a restful setting for his recuperation, Paul and his wife, Terry, relocated to Maui in Hawaii where they lived for five years. Paul eventually found and studied with Dr. Walter Tokishi, a speech therapist, but the scarcity of expert medical support to help him overcome the limitations imposed by his aphasia was still a drawback of living on Maui.
  • 1998
    Age 45
    In late 1998, Wilson produced the debut CD for Dejah Gomez ("Dejah") and Entourage ("The Fall Backs of a Playa") and matching videos for the CD songs and a CD single title "I Can’t Hide" featuring STRONG.
    More Details Hide Details In December, a single "When," by Entourage, they charted on Billboard.
  • 1989
    Age 36
    Also in 1989, Paul was appointed conductor/artistic director for a concert series entitled "Classic Black" (Executive Produced by Valarie Norman). The first concert was given at Chicago’s Orchestra Hall in April 1990. Paul wrote: In 1997, Wilson accepted an offer from Frank Thomas, "The Big Hurt" the star player and home run hitter of the Chicago White Sox, to serve as President of Un-D-Nyable Entertainment, an independent record label.
    More Details Hide Details Paul agreed to run the label in partnership with Thomas. Their initial release was a CD single entitled "3-5, The White Sox Got’em Open Up Wide," with Frank Thomas featuring D. Stoy. Paul discovered and signed Dejah Gomez, a precociously talented 14-year-old singer and songwriter, and hired Cleo Powell, who had an established reputation locally for recognizing and nurturing talent, as the label’s A&R Director. In 1998, Wilson hired Jun Mhoon, accomplished both as a musician and an executive at A&M Records, as Executive V.P. General Manager and Maurice White, formerly with Columbia Records, as Promotion Director and Jon Smith, Studio Manager. He also signed Entourage (James "Slique" Adams, Floyd Massey, Eric Wade and Irone Guyton, a R&B singing group), rapper Ant-Dub and STRONG, an R&B group that was a family of five brothers. He then secured the services of songwriters/producers, Jack & Earl and George Claiborne. He soon formed an alliance with the music distributors, Navarro.
    In early 1989, Paul was called on by noted choral conductor Nathan Carter to orchestrate Robert Ray’s "Gospel Mass" for a joint performance of the Morgan State University Choir and the Detroit Symphony.
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  • 1987
    Age 34
    In 1987, because of his desire to re-enter the record business, Paul (with attorney Linda Mensch) discovered and produced a new artist, "Nikki." Eventually signed to Geffen Records, the debut album entitled "Nikki" was released in the summer of 1989.
    More Details Hide Details One song, "Notice Me" was a hit, reaching #21 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and #11 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart, bringing Paul honors from BMI as writer and publisher of one of the most performed songs of the year.
  • 1985
    Age 32
    In 1985, Paul scored a true "crossover hit" when a song he’d created for Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau and composed both lyrics and music featuring Lee Montgomery "Calling Me Home, Chicago," a song written for a $10 million state tourism campaign, became so instantly popular that it was released as a single and sold through area record stores.
    More Details Hide Details Jan Zechman of Jan Zechman Associates said, "For Chicago Tourism, our advertising agency asked six local composers to create a musical centerpiece for our campaign. We expected the competition to be fierce. It was not. One airing of Paul's musical vision was enough to win him the job, and to help us create one of the most memorable and successful tourism campaigns in Chicago history. I believe in the power of words, but the power of Paul's music, his notes, proved mightier than any pen on this day." That song is widely regarded even today as one of the true "classic" songs of Chicago. Ruth L. Ratny, the owner of the magazine "Screen" and editor, she wrote, "Among the most memorable for the Illinois Department of Tourism, are the unforgettable "Calling Me Home, Chicago." State tourism director Lynda Simon says isn’t surprised that Wilson was able to write words and that went a long way towards popularizing the agency’s first major television campaign. "He’s a very talented and creative person," says Simon, "and he’s a joy to work with."
  • 1980
    Age 27
    In 1980, People magazine, they featured an article on Paul.
    More Details Hide Details The title was "Lookout. A Guide To The Up And Coming." Paul says, "To be successful, you have to be a chameleon. You're paid to do a job, not to be a conscience." Paul wrote and composed many memorable TV and Radio music spots during the commercial phase of his career. Some of the many highlights include; "I Wanna Pop, I Wanna Shasta" for Shasta Beverages, "Sweet Talker, Betty Crocker" for Betty Crocker, "Mmm, Ahh, Ohh, Pop ‘N Fresh Dough" for Pillsbury. "Until 1981, I was known for lavish, heartwarming arrangements," says Wilson, who is a classically trained flutist with degrees in composition and orchestration. "Then I had a hit with "I Wanna Pop! I Wanna Shasta!" and suddenly I was the rock ‘n’ roll guy, the king of the synthesizers." Paul won a prestigious CLIO award for his arranging work on the McDonalds commercial "Makin’ Music."
  • 1977
    Age 24
    In 1977, a chance meeting at a barbershop brought Paul to the attention of Don Richards, a young vice-president and account executive at Leo Burnett Worldwide, Chicago’s largest and most celebrated advertising agency.
    More Details Hide Details Richards had been hired to facilitate Burnett’s efforts to identify promising new African American staffers and suppliers, so he was ready to talk business even on a weekend trip to his barber. On hearing the young composer’s story, Richards handed him a card, saying, "Call me… next week." Paul made sure he called Richards. That meeting was most fortunate for Paul and for Herschel. It set them on the path to success and helped establish their reputation with even the biggest and best clients, which included such major brand names as Kraft, Quaker Oats, Campbell Soup Company, United Airlines, Kellogg Company, Coca-Cola, Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company, Anheuser Busch, Busch Entertainment, Disney-ABC Domestic Television, Mars Incorporated, Alberto-Culver and Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Productions (Oprah Winfrey).
  • 1976
    Age 23
    Despite the success and trans-Atlantic travel he was experiencing, Paul still lived at home with his mother and father. One day in early 1976, while diligently making "cold calls" from his parents’ basement in hopes of drumming up some fresh music opportunities, Paul found himself talking to Jerry Butler, a fellow Chicagoan who was already well known in American soul music.
    More Details Hide Details Butler had (with Curtis Mayfield) been one of the original founding members of The Impressions and then established a long later career as a celebrated solo artist. That lucky phone call not only gave Paul a chance to meet Butler, but soon led to the opportunity to work with him on a few projects, including three albums "Suite For The Single Girl", "It All Comes Out In My Song" (title song) and Thelma (Houston) & Jerry for the Motown label. Subsequently, Paul and Butler they produce an album on Dee Dee Sharp-Gample with Philadelphia International. Billboard said, "writer/co-producer Paul Wilson’s "Invitation" is a regal, touching trumph that alone would have made for worthwhile album." In 1981 with "Breaking and Entering" / "Easy Money," from Sharp-Gamble's album "Dee Dee", Paul’s production spent four weeks at number one on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart and Dance Chart Billboard.
  • 1975
    Age 22
    In 1975, while working with Ian, Paul composed, arranged and produced for Dance, R&B and Northern Soul recording artists, in the course of which he traveled in the U.S. and England.
    More Details Hide Details One of the Levine’s artists, Evelyn Thomas, scored a chart hit with her first single, reaching the UK Top 30 in 1976 with the single "Weak Spot," and "which was (co-written and) arrangement by Paul."
    In the Fall of 1975, Danny played a significant role in Paul’s life by introducing him to Ian Levine, a producer and songwriter, who was a celebrated member of the European black music fan base known as the Northern Soul scene.
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  • 1974
    Age 21
    A short time later, in the Summer of 1974, Paul met a young musician who was just completing his military service, Danny Leake.
    More Details Hide Details At the time, Danny was a talented songwriter and electric guitar player, but would later become one of America’s foremost recording studio engineers and one of Paul’s closest and most frequent collaborators.
    In May 1974, while a senior at DePaul, he landed part-time employment at "Star Point 7," a music production company founded by Chuck Colbert, a producer/musician with a jazz-rock band, American Breed ("Bend Me, Shape Me").
    More Details Hide Details Paul started this "job" as an unpaid go-fer, answering phones and doing basic clerical chores. After two months, Paul was eager for a chance to show what he could contribute and saw the situation as an opportunity. "Chuck and his writing partner had parted ways and he needed someone to help finish a project. I was around and available and had the skills. I had to ask him, what are you waiting for?" Once Paul had called attention to his talents, Colbert began using him as a composer and arranger.
  • 1973
    Age 20
    He wrote at that time in August 1973:
    More Details Hide Details During his study at DePaul, he founded, performed in, and composed for many ensembles and often organized concerts and productions that featured works by him and others. In his senior year, Paul was honored by inclusion in "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges" and graduated in 1975 with a B.A. in music composition and theory.
    In 1973, he was one of 20 music students from around the U.S. selected by Ron Logan of Walt Disney Entertainment to participate in a professional "work experience."
    More Details Hide Details Paul remembers it as one of the major highlights of his college career.
  • 1970
    Age 17
    He was elected Senior Class President of Bowen in 1970.
    More Details Hide Details He remembers the day when he was a still-young teenager and "my mother dragged me to a seminar on how to create commercial jingles." The presenters were Dick Marx, whose young son would later become a pop music star known as Richard Marx, who was then Chicago’s most prominent master of music for Radio and TV commercials, and Dr. Thomas Fabish, the concert master of DePaul University’s music department. The presentation involved a big band, top-notch singers and a film. Even as he listened, Paul was thinking, "I could do that." Inspired by Primous Fountain III, a young composer at DePaul University, Paul enrolled and majored in music composition and theory. He studied music composition with Dr. Leon Stein, Dr. Phil Winsor and Darlene Cowles, while taking flute with Philip Seeburg and Joseph Kainz.
  • 1952
    Born on August 30, 1952.
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