About me

About me

Paul Allen is a singer-songwriter based in Dunedin, New Zealand.
With reflective lyric style, his original songs are from the heart and soul drawing on observations of the world around him.
Genre ranges from acoustic folk to rock.
Often seen collaborating with other local artists around Dunedin.
English born but a proud Kiwi, and a passionate supporter of the Dunedin music scene.

I am passionate about Dunedin City and the Otago region, and am committed to personally promoting and developing the people, the environment and the opportunities that are contained within this region.

I am also a keen photographer often seen supporting events and other musicians around Dunedin, NZ.

What you do makes a difference but who you are matters most.

TThinker; Musician; Singer Songwriter; Poet; Photographer; Guitarist, Bassist, Ukulele and Mandolin player; an eternally optimistic fisherman still waiting on the fish.

Paul S Allen

Lumen accipe et imperti (“receive the light and pass it on”)


Music and Video

Links to And He Flies album

Bandcamp https://paulallen.bandcamp.com/album/and-he-flies

Youtube https://youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_ni4RWt3g9M1m28Dsl24OhwTEfk_ecsMDM

Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/3u8zkFUntvUTXX5C1WxDR8?si=IdomNdc9T6e0aHHE6T167w

iTunes and Apple Music https://music.apple.com/us/album/and-he-flies/1566820469







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