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Lawler-Paisley Project

Artist Genre: Singer-Songwriter

Fans also think: World and Blues

Sounds Like: Jack Johnson, Leon Redbone, John Hiatt


Age Appropriateness: All Ages


Artist Age: 50 Something


Artist Location: Waukesha, WISCONSIN, United States


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Neal has played guitar and mandolin for 35 years and counting.  Now, being dragged kicking and screaming toward his waning years, he has discovered that the 'ukulele is a serious, serious instrument.  He hopes that you will agree.


Mike Lawler is an actual Music School graduate!  Really!  He's the brains behind this particular endeavor, the sax player, the guy that spends hours upon hours of making every little thing sound GOOD.  A warm and fuzzy kinda guy that you'd want your daughter to marry.  He believes that the sax is a serious instrument also, and not just something to carry to the beach to impress chicks.  Not one to "toot his own horn", this was written by Neal.

Ron Graewin, featured bass player on "Mouth2Mouth Resuscitation" is an ex school teechur.  Semi-retired multi instrumentalist with an amazing sense of rhythm, Ron can step in with the best, and not miss a beat.  Also, thanks to his teaching background, he's really good at getting us to BE QUIET and STAY IN LINE!

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