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A new passion – Watercolour Painting

Just a short few weeks ago I started painting watercolour pictures – I am very much learning but I am finding this very therapeutic, and helps to calm my anxiety.

Here are a few examples – to see more follow my Instagram account

All images ©Paul S Allen 2022

Stay – Album launch 10 November 2019

Getting ready…
Album launch 🎶 just over a week to go…
Come to the gig to celebrate with me,
I am being joined by the wonderfully talented Bronwyn Halley
Album Launch “Stay” by Paul S Allen with Bronwyn 

The album will be available on Sunday 10 November at the launch gig at Dog With Two Tails

Options will be…

  • USB (with songs cover art and bonus video)
  • CD (for those who like a spinning thing)

For those not able to get to the gig it will also be on…

  • iTunes,
  • Spotify
  • Google Play
  • Bandcamp
  • …and wherever you listen to music.

I will have my 2020 calendars available at the gig, and combination deals will be made.

 

2019 South Dunedin Busking Festival

Images from the 2019 South Dunedin Busking Festival Held on 19 October 2019 King Edward Street, South Dunedin, Dunedin, NZ. Prize giving held at the Dunedin Gasworks Museum. (Click image to go to the gallery)

2019 South Dunedin Busking Festival

The song on the video below is one of mine called “Am I Flying” which is about starting new things which many of the buskers did at the event.

“Am I Flying” Words and music ©Paul S Allen 2019 – All rights reserved. Video @Paul S Allen 2019

Lost

Lost – thoughts about getting captured by a book.

Written after reading and reflecting on the book M Train by Patti Smith

Lost Paul S Allen

Paul S Allen
singer/songwriter, acoustic guitarist, performer, photographer, and poet.
Facebook Page Paul S Allen Singer/Songwriter & Photographer
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Website: www.thewaterside.co.nz
Twitter: twitter.com/paulusthebrit

 

Start the machine – a poem

Start the machine image

Words and Photo ©Paul S Allen 2015 All rights reserved.
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