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Obituary, Paul Nelson Death, a Grammy Award winner and guitarist, passed away on March 10.

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Paul Nelson’s demise Paul Nelson, a producer, member of the Blues Hall of Fame, and guitarist for the legendary Johnny Winter, went away suddenly on Sunday, March 10, after a major heart attack. Nelson was an American blues and rock guitarist, record producer, and composer who received a Grammy award.

In addition, he was a partner at Music Room Cape Cod, which he helped to establish as one of the best live music venues on the East Coast of the United States. Paul was a really generous man, and we eventually had a guitar made for him too. He had a large heart, big dreams, and big ambitions.

Paul Nelson has been profiled as a composer and performer in many magazines, including Rolling Stone, Billboard, USA Today, Guitar World, Guitar Player, Premier Guitar, Classic Rock, and Vintage Guitar. His music has been played for the WWE as well as on national and international television networks including NBC, TNN, and UPN. Furthermore, he has appeared in other periodicals. “Look” is his first solo album, and “Badass Generation” is the Sony/EMI album he released. His solo guitar abilities may be heard on both of these albums.

Additionally, he was featured in the Xbox 360 video game Prey and the song “Anthem For Tonight” by Halifax, both of which were published on their album The Inevitability of a Strange World. Nelson produced other records as well, such as fourteen CDs for Johnny Winter’s Live Bootleg series, all of which reached the top 10 on the Billboard Blues Chart after their release. Nelson was also in charge of producing Live at the Factory Underground by Martin Barre.

In addition to working on an album by James Montgomery featuring Jimmy Vivino (Conan B’Brien), Mark Naftalin (Paul Butterfield Blues Band), Grace Kelly (Stephen Colbert), and the Uptown Horns (Rolling Stone, James Brown), he produced and performed on Joe Louis Walker’s Everybody Wants a Piece, for which he received a Grammy Award nomination. He contributed to Leo “Bud” Welch’s records as well. Lance Lopez, live from New York City; Tyler Morris is next in line, and Otis is the sun’s eyes.

He co-starred with Gregg Allman, Bonnie Raitt, Elvin Bishop, Pinetop Perkins, and Hubert Sumlin in the documentary Sidemen: Long Road to Glory. He also served as executive producer and starred in Greg Oliver’s documentary Down and Dirty, which starred Johnny Winter.

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