spring 2012 newsletter
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 10:59PM

ok folks here's what time it is.

yeah i got married and it's all good and no i don't care to talk about any of it because it is a matter only for me and my lovely bride

recording continues apace at home in a self-contained studio. eighty new (never before recorded and all written within the last year) have been mixed since the fall. one new disc (Switchback Lounge) has been released and three more are in the on-deck circle. some of these feature the great Mick Moon on drums and some feature guitarist Peter Keith who tore things up in the late, lamented glam rockers Criminal Intent and who currently fronts Shock Theatre.

mr. moon will also be a member of the new supergroup i am forming with the very best instrumentalists in the state of kentucky. we have yet to agree on a band name. we have spent a few months trying to decide which songs to focus on. there will be a good number of new songs and a handful of older paul k/weathermen 'almost hits.'

there will be a few live shows prolly limited to our beloved ohio river valley. 


here's a great quote unearthed recently from the PKWeathermen archives:

"paul k is... a perfect amalgamation of... richard hell and harry dean stanton... the white arthur lee, the male patti smith"

quadrophonic review spring 1977


here are the titles currently available. they are each ten bucks on CD and i have been having continued trouble trying to get them (and a lot of other titles from the 2000's) available as downloads but... 'soon' come as they say in savana la mar.

other earlier and recent titles are available by special arrangement. please address all inquiries to <paulksongs@gmail.com>


 Maintain Radio Silence (2005?)

Songs for Girls (2010)

Hollywood Drive (2011)

  Otto's Blues (1992)

 Live Prayers (2002)

Switchback Lounge (brand new)


there are also a precious few remaining copies of the 3-disc Panopticon for fifty bucks

and several copies of the fine boxed set Stolen Gems for twenty five


all checks and money orders to p. kopasz 1785 beacon hill lexington KY 40504 or else write <paulksong@gmail.com>

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