NWP welcomes Paul Speer a Grammy nominated and platinum selling recording guitarist, composer, and record producer. He has released several solo albums, music video albums, and collaborations with other artists such as pianist David Lanz, drummer Scott Rockenfield of Queensrÿche, Paul Lawler, and vocalist Satine Orient. Paul Speer took up guitar at the age of nine and played his first paid gig at age twelve in a trio with brothers Neal and Gary. In 1969, the expanded group now known as the Stone Garden, recorded the single "Oceans Inside Me" and pressed 300 copies, a rare collector item today. Speer attended music school at the University of Idaho in Moscow before moving to Seattle to play in nightclub bands. In the mid 1970's, he took up residence in Los Angeles where his interest expanded into audio production and engineering. Speer returned to Seattle in the late 1970s and began producing records in local recording studios and in his own studio. Career highlightsedit: Catero Records (Fred Catero) of San Francisco signed Speer and released his first solo album "Collection 983: Spectral Voyages" in 1984. That was followed by two very successful music and video collaborations with David Lanz and director Jan Nickman, for the films Natural States and Desert Vision. Speer and Scott Rockenfield, drummer for the metal band Queensrÿche, teamed in 1997 to create another music and video work, the Grammy nominated TeleVoid. They also recorded Hells Canyon in 2000, a progressive rock opus inspired by places and events in the spectacular Hells Canyon region of Idaho. In 2009, he collaborated with British musician Paul Lawler and French vocalist Satine Orient on the album Wonders. In addition to his own productions, Paul Speer has been a prolific record producer with more than 250 albums to his credit. Paul is also a Two Time Emmy Award Winner.
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