Born into Haitian musical royalty, Paul Beaubrun seemed destined for a life on stage, but it wasn’t until forming Zing Experience that he realized the medium through which he would broadcast his own message to the masses. Since 2006, he has been sharing his roots rock sound, overlaid with uplifting lyrics, with audiences all around the world.
Paul has gained international and commercial appeal and has performed in Europe, the Caribbean, South America, Canada and the U.S, making him one of the few artists out of Haiti that has been able to garner worldwide success.
In February 2011, Paul received the prestigious Unesco-Aschberg Artist in Residency Scholarship in Montreal, Canada where he headlined the annual Musique Multi-Montreal Festival.
In 2012 he released his first album with his band entitled Project Haiti at Webster Hall in NYC, garnering rave reviews and subsequently used in three internationally distributed films, "The Road to Fondwa", "Une Memoire Vodou", and “Bondye Bon”.
Since then he has continued to tour throughout Canada, the United States, Caribbean and Europe with his band as well as individually. Performing at large festivals, venues and benefit concerts as well as intimate club settings spreading his Roots Rock sound.
Currently, Paul has released an acoustic album on February 19th titled Vilnerab. He is now working on Zing Experience's second album, as well as his first English album due to be released in 2016 in collaboration with musician/producer Jerry Jean.
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