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In Studio: Paul Winter

Friday, December 10, 2010

Paul Winter has made music in the Grand Canyon, dueted with a wolf in Minnesota, and seen his songs taken to the moon by the Apollo astronauts, who named two craters after his songs.  Today, the sax player brings some musical guests to play live in our studio.

Watch the video of Paul Winter and friends performing the newly written and named song, "Sweet for Solstice."

Paul Winter will play at the 31st annual Winter Solstice December 16-18. Tickets and more information here.


Paul Winter

Comments [3]

helen tsanos from nyv

i was completely entranced by this music...thank you so much. i have been yearning to hear something new and this was it. It has become and will continue to be my new inspiration.

Dec. 11 2010 09:51 AM
Antonio Carlos Canova from Porto Alegre, Brazil

I am very impressed with this song ! Wonderfull !

Dec. 11 2010 05:53 AM
Connie from nj

I grew up in the city in central Pennsylvania where Paul did. Dos he maintain any connection to Altoona, PA? I believe his mother lived there for many years; perhaps she still does.

I love this music.

Dec. 10 2010 02:51 PM

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