I am an artist, in Tucson, AZ. I listen to your music when painting --- it inspires me greatly and makes me feel wonderful. My work is spiritual. The subject matter is ethereal and gossamer - beautiful goddesses on gorgeous horses, against star-studded night skies, often filled with colorful nebulae. My question is: I have a slide show of my work on my website, artbysage.com, and would love to play two of your songs during the slide show, "Redeemer", and "Life and Death". Would you be willing to sell me licensing rights? I just started the "Night Sky" series a year ago, and the website is new. I have yet to sell my first painting, but am hopeful now that the website is up I will be prosperous. I don't know if I can afford to pay a lot for licensing rights, but a would appreciate a response. Presently a musician friend of mine, is allowing me to use her music, but your gogeous inspirational music would be so much better. It would a rich dimension to the message of my work.
Hello Sage! Thanks for the message. I'm so happy to hear you're enjoying my music. Thank you! Contact my Music Director, firstname.lastname@example.org regarding licensing rights. She'll be able to assist you. All the best, Paul
I lost my wife of 26 years from ovarian cancer on 18th Jan this year...devastated to say the least. Memories flooded, pain of loss constant, a numbness beyond expression, as she was everything to my children and me. A great friend to us, ever smiling, very talented and graceful.It was in mid-Feb sometime I stumbled onto Life and Death on you tube..your music touched me deeply. Soul stirring and yet strengthening. Thank you for the solace and peace you provide and do take care, you are very precious.Paul Cardall responded on 04/28/2014 Next question
I just wanted to tell you what an inspiration your music has been in my life. When I am down in life or going through a trail, I listen to your hymn music and everything melts away, and I know I will make it. The spirit that your music brings into my life is amazing. My favorite is "Sweet Hour of Prayer". I enjoyed your last concert at the Rose Wagner in Salt Lake. Your music has changed my life in so many ways. I have even been inspired to start playing the piano and can't wait to play your music. Thanks for all you do for your fans.-RobertPaul Cardall responded on 04/28/2014