Paul Pfau is an award-winning singer-songwriter from the rural hills of western Maryland. His sound is often likened to a fusion between John Mayer and Michael Buble because of his crooning voice and tasteful guitar playing. In 2011, Paul was nominated Best New Artist by the Washington Area Music Association, opened for The Lumineers, and jammed with the Beach Boys. In 2012 he began recording his debut full-length album, Happy To Be, with double-platinum recording engineer Sean Russell (Bruno Mars), which was mixed and mastered by grammy-award-winning engineers Jeff Juliano (John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Dave Matthews Band) and Brad Blackwood (Maroon 5, Keith Urban, O.A.R). In 2013 Happy To Be won a WAMMIE for Debut Album of the Year.


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Paul Pfau (rhymes with “wow”), is a modern-day troubadour, a skilled and eager listener, with a gift for setting the truths of love, life and loss to music. Formerly of Nashville, Pfau now tours the country living out of a class-A motor home, affectionately named “RV-tha Franklin” (online @_rvspect). Pfau is an old soul, one frustrated by the limitations and pitfalls of modern day dating.

“Weird Weekend” is Pfau’s latest offering: a sarcastic interpretation of modern day millennial life. A constant whirlwind of partying and self loathing justified by the belief that one day you will get your shit together and that for now, your mistakes are just because of another weird weekend. If not, maybe blame it on Charlie Sheen.

A commitment to being present and loving has driven Pfau’s approach to music since his debut on the national stage on NBC’s The Voice: Season 8. On the show, Pfau aligned with kindred spirits: Pharrell Williams, Lionel Richie, and Nate Ruess, to hone his craft and define his message. In addition to writing and recording music, Pfau headlined a 2018 national anti-bullying tour, and has made two week-long service trips to Guatemala.