King of the Road is a title given to Paul by the producers of one of the many television documentaries in which Paul has participated. And it definitely describes his lifestyle!! He's constantly on tour - if not promoting his albums and own true-to-life Tribute to Elvis; performing with Indiana's Finest Artists (such as Carl Storie and Henry Lee Summer), to the trips to Memphis and Las Vegas to keep the memory alive.
Yes it's a busy day but he always looks forward to the next show.
He has just released a new album "LIVE FROM MEMPHIS 2000" and it has the growing potential of the previous five, which have sold out in venues worldwide.
Paul was the first recipient of the Spirit of Elvis Award, which he received in 1999 from the Images of Elvis world competition at Memphis, Tennessee. here to add your text.
Although Paul performs year round, he claims the most exciting time is May thru September. During this time he usally does between 100 and 150 shows, ending the tour on a highlight "performing for the city of Memphis".
Paul would perform 365 days a year if he was able, for there isn't a show he wouldn't go do.
When we ask Paul "is this enough, is there anything else?" he replys "I feel my success comes from my love for mankind in the world around us and a belief that children are the answer for the future, they need to be nurtured with love and smiles",,, "And if for one brief second I can give a child or an adult a smile or a beautiful memory then i know in my heart I'm accomplishing something and that makes it all worthwhile. For all we leave behind are memories!!"
THE KING OF THE ROAD
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Started out building a racing team for my boys and their friends. Now it has grown to over 20 cars and drivers, including me driving #6 (Elvis's number from the movie Speedway), dominating the tracks of Indiana.