P-A-U-L and the Harperwoods Heroes
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You’ve Pulled The Trigger
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Paul Andrew Ulysses Lamb was born on the East Side of Detroit and raised on the streets of an east side community known as Harper Woods. At age three his father brought him a Jimmy Hendrix album for his birthday, it changed his life. Paul became an avid music collector. By listening to this record over and over ingrained his love for music and his dream of making a career out of it.

After high school Paul caught the first bus to Hollywood. He began hanging out with in the scene and became educated by some of the most notorious rock stars, he decided it was time to start his own music career. With his self-taught guitar skills, soulful rock voice and desire to play music wherever and whenever he could, Paul hit the road and hasn’t stopped touring since.

Paul has been performing for nearly fifteen years. He has performed with many renowned musicians and virtually unknown, ultra-talented musicians alike. Paul has been touring relentlessly for years. It doesn’t matter where he’s playing or who he’s playing with , his passion for music is evident by his dynamic stage presence.

Paul recently released his seventh album titled ‘Hangin On For Dear Life’, a compilation of original songs that serve as a lyrical memoir for the roads he’s travel during his accomplished career. He plans to tour the United States and Europe later this year with his new band, The Harper Woods Heroes.

Charles Hughes: Charles Hughes classically trained in piano as a child, and moved to electric keyboards shortly after. At 23 he toured through Ohio and Canada with "Kid Rock", playing the "Hammond Organ" . During this tour Charles met Bob Ebeling, and the two form their own band names "Ebeling Hughes". "Ebeling Hughes" produced 3 records and put them in "Rolling Stone" magazine as "New band to look out for" next to White Stripes.

After having been signed to a N.Y. record label, they toured the USA.

Charles has been asked to play with Thornetta Davis and Big Chief, (Sub Pop record artists) and has toured extensivly across the USA supporting Lenny Kravitz.

Charles recently completed a 4 year tour with The Ethan Daniel Davidson Band where he met Paul Lamb. This led to a collaboration on "Hangin on for Dear Life" and "Soundtrack to a Memory."

Charles hobbies include Archery and designing/building custom keyboards.

Eric Hoegemeyer: Eric Hoegemeyer's schizophrenic musical career began with accompanying Craig Frankenstein's performance of "Eruption" by Van Halen at the Eisenhower High School talent show while still in the 7th grade. Granted, there wasn't much for the drummer to do in that song, but it taught him the valuable art of collaboration. A 7th grader scoring high school girls is a happy 7th grader. Aside from the superficial benifits of the stage, at this same time, Eric cultivated an interest in learning as much as possible from the musicians that surrounded him, a practice that he has maintained to this day. This is why he feels just as comfortable with the Blues as with Techno, Hip Hop, Speed Metal and Reggae. "Music is Music, unless it sucks," says Eric.

Fresh out of high school, Eric's band, The Charmfarm was signed with Mercury Records. After that he began involving himself deeply in the art of recording music and manipulation of sound, occasionally taking time out to perform with acts such as: THe Chinsel Brothers, featuring Thornetta Davis, Kevin Saunderson, Kid Rock, Good St. Anne, the Heavy Cowboys and others.

In 1999, Eric began working in a world class recording studio in Detroit and honed his understanding further, recording a slew of talents local, and national. In 2000 - 2002 he took some time to tour with Uncle Kracker playing drums. This led to performances on The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman and more. Upon returing from the pop world, Eric fired up his dream Band, became a frontman, and recorded Gold Cash Gold's "Paradise Pawned" LP, as well as Shipwreck Unions's "Self Defense."

While producing some recordings for Times Beach Records, Eric was introduced to Paul Lamb which led to the collaboration on "Hangin On for Dear Life" and "Soundtrack to a Memory."

Eric enjoys long walks, German Literature, and the Discovery Channel.