Paul Spring is a 24 year old singer-songwriter from St. Cloud, Minnesota. He writes, performs, and records a unique combination of lyric-driven folk and melodic rock. His first year in the Minnesota music scene has proven fruitful, recording three new albums. You can listen to selections from all three albums on the player at the bottom of the page.
Home of Song
Paul's first collection of kids and family music "Home of Song" was recorded in New York with production and instrumentation from his friends The Okee Dokee Brothers. Released in March of 2013. Comes with deluxe packaging which includes 6 watercolor prints.
State of the Union
Paul's most recent folk-rock album "State of the Union" was recorded live to 2" tape at Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco. National Release: May 21, 2013
Paul's self titled debut "Paul Spring" is a sincere folk-rock album which was recorded at the Terrarium in Minneapolis and released in May of 2012.
"Home of Song is an ode to books and stories, and to the families who nurture them. I don't know if the family who reads and sings together stays together, but albums like this one make a convincing argument." - Stefan Shepherd (NPR's All Things Considered)
"It's a story, a song and some good theater of the mind all rolled into one in this beautifully spun tale." - USA Today
"[State of the Union] is a raw gem set to 2-inch tape with such charming ditties as the modern-times lament “Get Outta Debt” and the elegant ballad “Conversation of Mass.” - Chris Reimenschneider (Star Tribune)
"This [Paul Spring's Self-titled Album] isn’t a mediocre collection of slapped
together ditties that someone dreams is actually an album. This is a series of compositions covering a broad range of styles and emotions that hang together like a Mozart concerto." -John Ziegler (Duluth News Tribune)