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-Born in Bib-County Alabama. Paul did not start his musical life until he matriculated to boarding school at ASMS in Mobile, Alabama. There he taught himself to play guitar and sing and quickly because a hit within the student body. He spent the summer of 2005 playing at various beach bars on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Later that year he played a fraternity party at the Kappa Sigma House at the University of Miami, but has not played much since. He now continues to reside in Mobile, Alabama but has discussed returning to Florida in order to restart his musical career.+Paul Wilson's Hippie Invasion was a local Georgia record, released in the aftermath of the second Atlanta International Pop Festival in July 1970. Despite its name, the festival was actually held a little south of Macon in Byron, Georgia at a now abandoned racetrack called the Middle Georgia Raceway. Longhaired youngsters from all over the nation showed up for the three day festival to catch live sets by B.B. King, Procul Harum, the Allman Brothers, Captain Beefheart, Ravi Shankar, Jethro Tull, Blood Rock and Jimi Hendrix among others. None of this impressed Paul Wilson, who responded with this tirade against the counterculture. What he lacked in musical talent, he made up for with acrimony.
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-I'm his friend and I use to be his pseudo-manager+ 

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Paul Wilson's Hippie Invasion was a local Georgia record, released in the aftermath of the second Atlanta International Pop Festival in July 1970. Despite its name, the festival was actually held a little south of Macon in Byron, Georgia at a now abandoned racetrack called the Middle Georgia Raceway. Longhaired youngsters from all over the nation showed up for the three day festival to catch live sets by B.B. King, Procul Harum, the Allman Brothers, Captain Beefheart, Ravi Shankar, Jethro Tull, Blood Rock and Jimi Hendrix among others. None of this impressed Paul Wilson, who responded with this tirade against the counterculture. What he lacked in musical talent, he made up for with acrimony.