Paul London started singing at a young age, with roots of vocal training at the University of Toronto , Royal Conservatory of Music, this allowed him to expand to many vocal styles. Melodic, POP, Ballads, and Paul London sings in three languages, English, Italian, Spanish.
Releasing ten singles to radio across Canada he enjoyed tremendous feedback and great musical success. After winning a music competition in Italy, he also landed one of the first Factor grants Canada offered for his song “Falling in Love”. This advanced him to the signing with a major label Virgin Records, for the single "Tell Me Why" a Beatles remake. Paul London recorded his first album with over half of the songs co-written with his brother Sam. Time to take the show on the Road; Paul together with his brother Sam on drums formed a band and toured across Canada and U.S.A.
With the wide ranging vocal styling’s Paul London has, this has led him to power sing from top 40 songs, ballads to “dance” music. Paul kept up with an ever changing music industry and was inspired to create a remix of the classic Italian song "Ti Amo" into a Euro dance style track. The remix of Ti Amo took Paul to another level of success now landing him on the BILLBOARD chart for top singles in Canada.
With many live performances Paul and his brother were fueled by both audience feedback and demand for their music. The talented brothers, Paul and Sam headed back to the studio in between performances and recorded five dance albums each with many of the songs written and performed exclusively by Paul and Sam. The two brothers needed to take a break from their music careers to care for their father who passed away and then caring for their mother. The break has led Paul to a new journey of solo song writing and singing. Much of his new works evolved from his life and family heartfelt experiences.
His newest releases cover a range of audiences and genres. One of his most recent songs "Heart Broken" is targeted to a country western audience however the lyrics alone can be modified to many different genres. Another new release for Paul London which is destined to be the next biggest "wedding" hit, is entitled "You". It's breathtaking.
A further example of his depth, is demonstrated in "Mama, It's Us" a powerful song describing a conversation between a mother with early stage alzheimers and/or dementia and her boys who love her but understand the painful but loving path ahead. Take a listen to it, "Hello, Joe" and "Destiny" to truly appreciate Paul London's range and talent. In 2020, Paul London will also be releasing a full album of Italian love songs. To add to his diversity Paul will be releasing a fun spirited work "it's Life" and finally this winter "Mr. Snowman; a heartwarming soon to be winter classic will be heard around the world on radio and is well suited to television or movie.
Take the time to listen, whether a Paul London or new release you can be assured it will be with it.