Paul Maxwel The Piano Man
Paul Maxwel, also known as The Piano Man, is of british origin but brought up since childhood in Andalusia, Spain. He currently resides in Marbella. His scandinavian look, his charismatic humor and andalusian grace makes him a Unique Artist onstage nationwide and especially in Europe.
His dynamism at the piano and his powerful voice lets him move around most musical styles, from the oldest to the most current hits, making him a very versatile artist for all ages.
During Paul's show may arise incredible performances from Elton John, an explosive "Great Balls of Fire" by Jerry Lee Lewis, even playing with his feet, vocal imitations of artists such as Louis Armstrong, Tom Jones and Tina Turner, o intreprations of top spanish artists. You can be sure to fill the dance floor with his interpretation of the best hits of the '70s and '80s songs like "I Will Survive", "Love is in the air", "Superstitious" by Stevie Wonder and current topics including David Guetta or Bruno Mars etc ...
Paul is also an exceptional songwriter: his song "I'm so high" was the official song of the Radio "Cope" in the last Soccer European Cup tournament.
This song is part of his new album, "Love & Pride" held in Málaga, Sevilla, Los Angeles and New York, with world-renowned producers, with many "Grammys" as Rafa Sardina, Rick Logan and Ted Jensen. In this high-quality disc appears a fantastic version of "Piano Man" from Billy Joel and Paul does not spend a night without playing this song by public demand, as he is known as the Piano Man, and everybody wants to sing along with him.
Paul loves being on stage, and enjoys being with the audience this is what gives him the energy on each performance. Like fine wine, Paul improves with age.