Pop Music Artist Paul Maxwel’s Concert Introduces New Album to Full House

Pop music artist Paul Maxwel’s recent concert introduced hundreds of followers to his new album, “Love and Pride,” gathering at Casino Torrequebrada, Benalmádena.

Pop music artist Paul Maxwel’s recent concert introduced hundreds of followers to his new album, “Love and Pride,” during a gathering at Casino Torrequebrada, Benalmádena.

Maxwel was supported by a crowd who gradually ended singing the songs and actively participating in the launching of his new album, “Love and Pride.” Two hours was enough to show the audience the consolidation of a globalized project and the result of years of Paul Maxwel’s hard work in la Costa del Sol.

For the “Love and Pride” launching, Paul Maxwel performed with a band of bass and guitar, drums, percussion, piano and keyboards, a wide metal section and a solid chorus. The result: an overwhelming sound in strong dosages that predicted an incredible live performance able to electrify a room full at its capacity.

Over the first half of the concert, Paul Maxwel — dressed in white — warmed the audience up. Starting with deep guitars that slowly met the musical paths stressed by the piano, more allegro themes showed up in cascade and revealed Paul Maxwel’s musical roots (the end of the ’70s beginning of the ’80s) added by electric virtuosity and intense percussion.

Over the second half of the concert, Paul Maxwel was dressed in black. The show developed with Paul at the piano in communion with a devoted audience and revealing the artist’s most intimate face (“I’m waiting for your love”). Furthermore, Paul added some great and classic song versions like Billy Joel’s “Piano Man.” He left the most intimate songs — “You changed my Life” and “We all need friends,” a sincere and astonishing song that Paul used to thank his producer Michel Guérillot and his sponsor and friend Povl Lautrup, the Swedish tycoon — for the end.

Once again, Michel Guérillot’s previous words on Paul were confirmed: “Paul Maxwel is a shy and intimate person — as all composers are — who transforms himself into someone close in the short distance. As well, he turns into a melodic stream on stage. He owns an extraordinary strength.”

“Love and Pride” promises a selection of ballads, dynamic and pure rock songs. The inspiration of “Love and Pride” comes from the challenges the artist had to confront throughout his life and the boost of all the people who believed in him from the beginning of his career and to whom the album is dedicated.

News and information on pop music artist Paul Maxwel, as well as his recent concert, can be found at: www.paulmaxwel.com or www.wingrovemusic.com.

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.

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