Americana singer, songwriter, and former pro boxer entices with his Southern storytelling wit and musical mix of roots, rock, and blues
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Before Paul Thorn Had a Band: The Tupelo, Mississippi, native was a professional boxer, winning the Mid-South Middleweight Championship and squaring off against Roberto “Hands of Stone” Duran. Although he traded his gloves for an acoustic guitar years ago, Paul still throws whopping haymakers with his tightly crafted lyrics, salt-of-the-earth voice, and brawling rhythm section.
How He Broke into the Billboard 100: With funny and wincingly honest tales such as “I Don’t Like Half the Folks I Love” and “Tequila is Good for the Heart,” which helped earn him the title of the “Mark Twain of Americana.”
What He’s Up to Lately: Stomping, growling, and whooping it up as he supports his latest album, Too Blessed to be Stressed, and throws in feisty covers of tunes from his favorite songwriters, including Americana legends Buddy Miller and Ray Wylie Hubbard.
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