A singer/songwriter noted for his expressive vocal design and personal, evocative lyrics, Paul Manousos was created and raised in Almadea, CA, where he was raised in a family group of music enthusiasts. At age five, Manousos begged his mom for piano lessons, and was shortly playing classic specifications like “Moon River” and “Alfie” on the family members keyboard. Manousos uncovered rock & move as an adolescent, and joined an area music group when he was 15. While Manousos was presented with the occasional business lead vocal place from behind his keyboards, he longed to become up front where in fact the viewers could discover him (and vice versa), therefore he used your guitar and started writing his personal tunes. In 1999, Manousos became a member of a band known as Sway, which would with time evolve in to the group Power13 and to push out a couple of albums before phoning it quits in 2002. Power13’s second recording, Soon, was made by Steve Fisk, who motivated Manousos to create more personal materials and explore different musical pathways, and in 2003 Manousos made a decision to consider his guidance and go single. Manousos started touring by himself and teamed up with Fisk once again to record his 1st solo disk, For Better or Worse, that was released in early 2006. Among the songs from your album, “Gorgeous Lady,” was found for a tv spot promoting Hundred years Theaters, with Manousos presented in the advertisement. Common Thread, another solo work from Manousos, adopted on March 18, 2008, released by Surprise & Fall Recordings. On Sept 14, 2010, Manousos released his third single recording, C’mon, C’mon.