Paul Zotter is an American musician, songwriter, podcaster, and a corporate commercial ops guru. While he has spent time in many eclectic bands, he has become synonymous with “that singer-guitar guy” in the many watering holes across Chester County, PA (Philadelphia).
Performing as a Solo artist, singing with FnZ Acoustic Duo, or dropping mighty bass tones with the band Green Eggs and Jam – he still manages to find time to provide thoughtful prog-rock insights on the popular indie podcast Progressive Palaver.
Paul grew up in a family that loved to sing and enjoyed performing at a young age in churches, concerts, and musicals. He began guitar at age 14 and studied under the late Richard Drueding. Although heavily influence influenced by Pink Floyd, Rush, and Yes - growing up in the 80’s gives Zotter an undeniable pop sensibility that permeates his music and performances.
Despite a prolific career of performance and songwriting – Zotter has been successful at dodging the fame and fortune that troubles so many artists today. Nevertheless, he remains active in his studio (Edge of the Wilderness) where he writes, records and produces.When not “doing music” - Paul enjoys dominating corporate commercial operations where he is often asked, “why are you so happy?” Paul lives with his two teenage sons who help keep him level-headed and down-to-earth.
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