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Paul Michael Pawlaczyk

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Employment History


  • music
    Art Institute
  • music
    Kansas City Art Institute
Web References
The Phoenix, 23 Feb 2004 [cached]
Paul Michael Pawlaczyk: Gentle Blues Man
PHOENIXVILLE - Whether he spends his day time building decks, or playing his beloved Fender guitars by night, Paul Michael Pawlaczyk is driven by his love of music, art and life.
A self-employed carpenter, Pawlaczyk has been focusing his efforts on promoting a benefit concert for The Clinic, located at 143 Church Street, Phoenixville.
"We have a date of June 27 that's set for now," he said.
Since Pawlaczyk and Muller arrived in Phoenixville in 1995, they both have been active in the artistic community.
"The artistic community has really come around here in Phoenixville," said Pawlaczyk."When we first got here, it seemed rather dry.This is a safe place for artists to be and to develop."
Phoenixville is a long way from where Pawlaczyk first discovered his love of music.While growing up in Schenectady, New York, Pawlaczyk said his involvement in music at age 12 was a saving grace for his career.
"Music saved me from having to work at General Electric in Schenectady," he said.
Pawlaczyk said his first band in high school, The Tactics, were together for five years.
"We cut a record and we thought we'd be going places and making it big," he said.
After studying music at the Art Institute in Boston and the Kansas City Art Institute, Pawlaczyk said he took a break from music to concentrate on his artistic talents.
"I was a graphic artist for close to 15 years," he said."I work at audio visual shows, along with premiering at art exhibits with some of my paintings."
However, Pawlaczyk said he eventually returned back to his true passion with music.He's performed locally at the Steel City Coffee House on two separate occasions and will be returning there on June 4.
"People who come to see me perform are those who know me or they know of my music from word of mouth," he said.
Pawlaczyk said he goes by the stage name "Paul Michael" after he was introduced improperly at a show.
"I go by 'Paul Michael' because I was about to perform at The Point (in Bryn Mawr), and the guy who was going to introduce me asked me my name," he said."I told him my name twice, and the guy said it along with me as well, and yet he totally mispronounced it before I walked out on stage.He totally brutalized it.That's why I dropped my last name.In fact, the shorter version fits nicer on promo posters."
Portraying his music as a "kinder, gentler sort of blues," Pawlaczyk said his background was that of the Beatles.
"My style was that of the 60s, the Beatles, but that disappeared in me. At some point, I like to approach things simply," he said.
Known to his friends as "Fender Boy," Pawlaczyk said he bought his first Fender guitar, a Jazzmaster, in 1963.
"I still have the guitar," he said.
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