"I'm always hearing stories about somebody who told a kid when he was in third grade that he couldn't sing and the kid doesn't sing for the rest of his life. The main thing is just keeping everybody's mind and hearts open so that they can be creative throughout their lives. And that's the thing with the kids. Teach them and tell them stories that are supposed to inspire them so that they never feel like they're carrying weight, they're always carrying potential."
Renowned for his part in the revitalization of the acoustic music scene in New England, Ellis Paul brings us his literate folk-pop style which bridges the distance between the folk/roots tradition of Woody Guthrie to the contemporary singer/ songwriter music of today.