- Paul will be appearing in Songs From The Trailer Park: Part 2: The Sequel, Wednesday, March 16 at 6:00pm - March 17 at 1:00am, at Paradise Park Trailer Resort, 411 Broadway, Nashville, TN., Created By Reaford Beauregard Jankins, featuring Original Music By: The Eskimo Brothers, Kassie Jordan, Tommy Griffith, Rachael Johnson, Bryan Wain, Jason James, Tim Gore, Paul Pace.
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- Paul will be appearing at the Paramount Arts Center, Ashland, KY, October 22, 2010, with Don Williams. Time TBA.
- Paul will be appearing at the West Virginia Hot Dog Festival, July 31, 2010, at Pullman Square, Huntington, WV. Time TBA.
- "Mending Fences" is a song that Paul sang for a demo a few years ago and has dedicated the song on Facebook to his father, Thomas Pace, who passed away in August, 2009. RIP Tommy, we miss you! Click here to watch the video on You Tube
- "Everyday American," is now available on iTunes. Check out iTunes and download your copy and "Gift" a copy to a friend for a Christmas gift.
- We are excited! Paul has a new single, "Everyday American," which is available for digital download on Amazon.Com Click here to purchase "Everyday American" from Amazon.com. Let us know your thoughts about the song by leaving a comment about the song on Amazon's site.
- Check out Paul's My Space Click here to visit Paul's My Space page.
- Check out Everyday American Music's My Space Click here to visit the Everyday American Music My Space page.
- Songwriter Eddie Sutphin, Pulaski, Va. received two Top-20 Finalist Awards in the 2006-2007 Unisong International Song & Lyric Contest, (LA, Calif.),for his Gospel/Christian song, "He Lives" (He Lived). It won for "Gospel/Christian Song" and "Performance/Writer" categories. Lead vocal by Paul Pace, with harmony vocals by Perry Coleman and Lisa Gregg, (Faith Hill backup singers), of Nashville, TN. Unisong Co-Founder Alan Roy Scott's congratulations/recognition letter to Eddie, noted that thousands of entries were submitted from over 90 countries in 19 Music and Lyric Categories. "Attaining these awards was no easy feat," said Scott. "I hope you will proudly display these awards as the creative validation of your songwriting talent as judged by outside experts." Eddie credited Paul Pace's brilliant performance as a key factor to the song's success. "It's a powerful song (lyrically), and Paul delivered a powerful vocal as well." Eddie's a member of ASCAP, NSAI, Songwriters Association of Washington, D. C., and Southwest Virginia Songwriters Association. We at www.paulpace.net wish to thank Eddie for "He Lives" to be featured on the web site. Click here to listen to "He Lives."
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- SVSA (SOUTHWEST VA. SONGWRITERS ASSOC.) member Eddie Sutphin of Pulaski, VA, recently received the honor of being named June's winner in the Country Music Category by VH-1's Song of the Year. Click Here To Contact Eddie. Song of the Year is an international songwriting contest supporting the music video channel VH-1's Save the Music Foundation. Eddie's winning song, "Stronger Than Steel Love" had to compete with hundreds of other songs from around the world before receiving the honor of being selected as the best song in the Country Category. Each month the contest selects one winner and four finalist from each of the categories (50 songs per month). Those songs are sent out to major/minor labels, publishers, music managers and other outlets. "This is great," Eddie stated. "The competition is good. Much of it comes from independent music pros (singers and musicians), that qualify as amateur songwriters. The number of songwriters at all levels combined is astounding". Eddie credits Beaird Music Studios in Nashville for an outstanding demo, and vocalist Paul Pace. "Paul Pace's voice was perfect for this song. He is one of the finest traditional country singers I've ever heard. I'm surprised he's not a household name." Click here to listen to "Stronger Than Steel Love."
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