Native Michigander’ Paul Lubanski draws his powerful song creativity from the legends of Motown Fame. And why not? He was raised just off the infamous Eight Mile Road in Detroit that rapper Eminem brought to movie screens around-the-world.
Post his corporate career—Lubanski has turned his full-time attention to writing and recording Country flavored tracks that have been reviewed as hugely inspirational lyrically as well as “ grabbing your ears” melodically.
He teams with a terrifically talented group of studio musicians that kick-out his radio-ready songs in a studio north of Atlanta.
To date; Paul, along with lead vocalist J. Johnson —have released 30 songs worldwide (two albums/six singles’)--with several in-queue. The songs—despite only grass roots marketing—have been streamed nearly 150, 000 times—spanning 30 countries.
The genre is mostly Country but a few can definitively cross-over—they span old-school to love to R-O-C-K-to Christian Worship to PATRIOTIC. MANY make reference to/his -STRONG PRO LIFE and Christian faith/roots.
A recent Christian-accented release--"You're Safe With Me" has been donated to HANA--Healing Acres Never Again --a non-profit organization created to shelter victims of domestic violence and homelessness related to drug abuse--as well as counseling against the evil of abortion. For more information, visit www.healingacresneveragain.org
NOTE: Paul owns the rights (200%) to ALL music and ALL lyrics.
Paul is known as “The new millennium RENAISSANCE MAN” for his unique array of eclectic talents.
From creative songwriter to actor to accomplished athlete/several sports including being the World WILD GOLF Champion— to entrepreneur to voice-over artist—see/listen to his “read” for Saints and Scholars.org —he also performs for StellarRomance.com.
"A Man Can Dream" - A Proud Son's Tribute To Honor His Famous Athlete Father - Eddie Lubanski
Paul Lubanski's famous athlete father Eddie Lubanski -- Following a weeklong clinic sponsored by the Bowling Proprietors Association of America (BPAA) and American Machine and Foundry (AMF), AMF staffer Ed Lubanski finds himself in a bowling match on live television. He has already completed one perfect 300 game, and now has the first 9 strikes in a row to begin the next game. We join the action as he is about to throw his first ball in the 10th frame, going for back-to-back 300 games.