Paul Cardall
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Q

Paul, I listen to your music practically every day. It soothes me and makes me feel happy, reflective and grateful to be a live. Any chance you will be coming back to Alaska any time soon?


Paul Cardall responded on 05/01/2012
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I could't think of a kinder compliment. Thanks for listening. Hopefully I can get back up to Alaska again.

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Do you have any concerts set up for the Pittsburgh, PA area?


Paul Cardall responded on 05/01/2012
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Not at this time, but I do need to get out there! Thanks for asking.

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Greetings!
I just heard your song on Pandora and had to find out who wrote that beautiful piano piece. I looked you up and read your bio. What an inspiration you are to us! I posted you on my FB page.


Paul Cardall responded on 05/01/2012
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That means a lot to me that you would take the time to look me up after hearing a piece of music on Pandora. Warm regards, Paul

Q

Mr. Cardall, as a CHD survivor, what can you advice to a mom who has a baby born with Tetralogy of Fallot? You are inspiring and as a mom,I just hope and pray that I can provide my son a bright future


Paul Cardall responded on 04/22/2012
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Love them and treat them like you would any of your other child. My mom had 8 children but somehow she was constantly there for me. I am who I am today because of my mother. In fact, she spoke to CHD mothers. You might appreciate her message. Here is the link:


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Your music inspires me. Catherine


Paul Cardall responded on 04/22/2012
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Thanks Catherine! I love your taste in music :)

Q

What's the best YouTube video you've ever seen?


Paul Cardall responded on 04/20/2012
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My friend and cellist Steven Sharp Nelson put this one together. Knowing Steve, it's hilarious!


Q

How do you effectively share your time between performance and writing/playing new music. It seems like it would be hard to balance both, yet you do so very well. What's the secret?!


Paul Cardall responded on 04/17/2012
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One day at a time. Actually, those two things are easy compared to trying to successfully balance the business and commercial side of music. Without that, there is no performance and writing.

Q

How would you describe your style?


Paul Cardall responded on 04/17/2012
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Sensitive classical piano melodies written in a "pop song" format that create an enviroment of peace & spiritual healing.

Q

When you were younger, what did you want to grow up to be?


Paul Cardall responded on 04/17/2012
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A pilot, a dentist, then a disc jockey, are some of the things I thought about. Then I grew up and realized I should do what I'm good at.