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A full time solo acoustic musician and winner of Adult Contemporary Artist of the Year at the 2012 and 2013 Niagara Music Awards, Paul Federici is a versatile performer with over 10 years of experience playing professionally at a variety of different venues including: restaurants, bars, patios, wineries, weddings, private functions and other special events. His shows are interactive and fun – not just there simply to play music that people know and love, Federici strives to engage the audience, especially with his sense of humor, so that they are left with an experience to  remember. No stranger to pubs and bars, Paul Federici has an established circuit of Top-40 based cover gigs in cities like Toronto, Richmond Hill, Mississauga, Oakville, Milton, Hamilton, Burlington, Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara on the Lake.

As a singer/songwriter Federici has a unique style that features unconventional guitar  tunings, layered vocals and introspective lyrics. Both of his independently released albums – Relative Importance (January 2012), and Now and Then (June 2013) – have won over fans from a variety of genres and drawn comparisons to artists like City and Colour, and Damien Rice among others. Federici has toured across Ontario, Montreal and parts of the United States while garnering positive attention from local and national media outlets like Hamilton Magazine and Exclaim Magazine. Federici’s songs have been played on CBC Radio, as well as college and university radio stations across the country, reaching at #1 on CFBU 103.7FM Brock University Radio’s charts in February of 2012. 

If you think Paul might be a good fit for your pub, restaurant, winery or special event, inquiries are always welcomed at

Here are a few shots of Paul during a variety of different live performances:

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