Debut album “Next Buzz” from Paul Lubanski available March 10

Farmington Hills, Mich., resident Paul Lubanski — lauded youth sports motivational speaker, children’s book author, Wilderness Xtreme Sports entrepreneur and gifted songwriter — will  appear on “The Frank Beckmann Show” on Detroit’s WJR-AM (760) at 11:07 a.m. Thursday, March 16, to discuss his much-heralded debut album, “Next Buzz.”

“Next Buzz” will be available beginning March 10 on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and numerous additional online music stores.

A mix of pop, soul, rap and outlaw rock — all Country-flavored — the album was recorded recently in the Georgia studio of musician and vocalist John Johnson. It’s on the Rise Above Records label.

“Perfect Storm” — an outlaw-accented, high-octane Southern rock anthem — is drawing national attention for its raw riffs and outstanding lyrics.

Title track “Next Buzz” is a tribute song written to honor the legacy of Lubanski’s older sister, Denise, who lost her life to heroin addiction. Its bluesy, jazzy, emotion-emitting vibe is deemed “unique” and “beautifully crafted,” according to industry insiders.

Additional song titles are “Altered State,” “Rise Above,” “That Was When,” “Our Love Is Real,” “Life Without Country” and “This Is Our Year.”

Lubanski also has written and recorded “Angels of Sandy Hook,” a track memorializing the lives of the 20 children lost in the Connecticut elementary school shooting tragedy in December 2012. It has been reviewed as “Immensely powerful and inspiring” and a “Can’t miss hit.” He intends to release the song as a single next month on the Rise Above Records label.

(Source: Joe Slezak)

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