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Paul Boruff

Paul Boruff

Paul will be performing at the Wrap-up Celebration (Safety & Health Fair)
Utah Cultural Celebration Center
1355 W 3100 S
5:30 – 8 p.m.

I will be performing from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm on the inside stage. See you there.

Paul Boruff, a native of Phoenix, Arizona, enjoys performing for people of all ages. At the age of five or six, he was captured on home movies singing Elvis Presley songs, and doing his best to entertain. Paul began playing the guitar at about the age of ten. The music he was exposed to was quite varied and was rich in diversity: Buddy Holly, The Beatles, Hank Williams, Eddie Arnold, Chet Atkins, Bob Dylan, Nat King Cole and Crosby, Stills and Nash. Paul’s father was the primary music influence in those early years, and his music was mostly country with a mixture of thirties and forties classics thrown in. During Paul’s four years with the United States Navy he performed in the Admiral’s Band, out of Memphis, Tennessee. The style was “Big Band.” The Navy gave him opportunity to travel and to experience music of many other cultures. Paul has traveled and performed all over the world from London to Dover, from Zurich to Gda?sk and from Amsterdam to Paris. In the United States he performs from Alaska to Florida and California to New York. Paul’s acoustic style includes all the influences of his past. His forte is vocals and his singing has been described as “each word is an event.” Making music comes as easily to him as breathing; his expansive repertoire transc

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