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Paul Pena (born in Hyannis, Massachusetts, on January 26, 1950; died on October 1, 2005) was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist of Cape Verdean descent. From the first half of his career Pena's music touched on Delta blues, jazz, morna, flamenco, folk and rock and roll. Pena is probably best-known for writing the song "Jet Airliner," a major 1977 hit for the Steve Miller Band and a staple of classic rock radio; and for appearing in the 1999… read more

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  • Avatar for littlelouie1
    I saw a film on PBS which is a Public Broadcast Station in the USA & it was about Paul Pena going to Mongolia to sing Tuvan which isn't Russian but it's Mongolian & very hard to sing & towards the end of his trip to Mongolia he rode a horse which he was afraid because he's blind. I saw this film about 20 years ago or more & it was a GREAT film about Paul Pena which i never knew anything about him & I know a lot about Blues but just never heard about him until i saw that great film on PBS & he sure could play Blues & other music. Great MAN WHO WILL BE MISSED.
  • Avatar for Von-666
    A legend!
  • Avatar for BallerCraig
    You're a hero of mine, I miss you. So unique songs.
  • Avatar for bernarducs
    the 1972 album is simply masterpiece
  • Avatar for Huffstuff420
    No, I totally thought he sounds like Bob Seger too!
  • Avatar for djboe11
    As stupid and backwards as this may sound, he sounds like Bob Seger. Except Mr. Pena can destroy on the ol guitar.
  • Avatar for phbenito
    Saw him perform with the Tuvan throatsinger, Kongar-Ol- Ondar, in San Francisco in 1999 when the Genghis Blues album and documentary first came out . The combo was pretty amazing! Like @battleaxed said below, if you like Paul Pena and you like Tuvan throat singing, the you've got to see the documentary: http://www.genghisblues.com/
  • Avatar for SlipperShuffle
    has a little somethin somethin
  • Avatar for Pomkaq
    It's because Taylor Hicks covered Gonna Move
  • Avatar for nooneastern
    really odd that Taylor Hicks is the #! similar artist here ...

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