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Paul Edison

Singer Impressionist

PAUL EDISON was born in Liverpool, England.  The Beatles and the Mersey Sound were changing the whole music scene.  It seemed like everyone in the ’60s was in a band and Paul was no exception.  Can you imagine being 16 years old, fronting your own band, sharing the stage with Gerry & The Pacemakers, The Hollies, Billy J. Kramer and many 60’s legends?  It was an exciting time and laid the foundations for a fabulous singing career that has prospered for more than 4 decades.


Paul carved out his niche singing his way through the Rock and Pop era of the ’60s and 70’s to the more middle of the road Cabaret era of the ’80s.  His vocal style can carry Rock to Ballads successfully performing to both younger and older audiences alike.  He has the ability to perform with a small Combo to a 10-piece Orchestra……


Spending most of his early career performing at all the major venues in Britain, he has had the opportunity to tour with ‘The Supremes’ ‘Martha Reeves & the Vandellas’ ‘Roy Orbison’ ‘Gene Pitney’ and many other top Entertainers too numerous to mention.


Paul has many T.V. appearances and Radio broadcasts for the his credit.

Winner of London Weekend Televisions….. ‘Search for a Star’… in the late ’70s led to many offers including a part in ‘Joseph’s Technicolor Dreamcoat’


20 years ago, Paul was introduced to Cruise Ships.  Performing mainly to American and British audiences, he has sailed the world over.  He now performs exclusively on the finest ships afloat and is in demand year-round.


Today Paul performs “In Concert” featuring the music of Frank Sinatra, Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, Tony Bennett, Elvis Presley, Bobby Darin, and many more.  Paul’s unique quality of actually sounding like each of the artists he performs is what sets him apart.  Sing Sinatra, he sounds like him.  Sing Neil Diamond, he sounds like him……  His ‘Vocalizations’ evoke great emotion with his audience.  His humor - coupled with a great stage presence - always leaves his audiences wanting more.

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