Paul has been chosen as semi-finalist in the Canadian Songwriting Competition in the Country division!
Paul Lambert w/ City Walls will be playing a FREE ALL AGES show at the CBC Musical Nooners this month! Check out the details below, and we hope to see you there!
What: CBC Musical Nooners
Where: CBC Outdoor Stage, 700 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
When: July 24, 2017 - 12pm-1pm
After over a year of writing and recording, I'm so excited to announce the release of my new solo record!
is now available for purchase on iTunes! Give it a listen and let me know what you think by leaving your review on iTunes!
If you'd like a hard copy of the album, please visit my website at www.paul-lambert.com/music to order a CD.
Thank you so much for your continued support!
I’m super excited to share the music video for the single “Left the Best Unsaid” off my newest album Sweet Relief, to be released on January 23rd! Please “like” and “share” to spread the love!
I am putting the finishing touches on my new solo record and celebrating with an invite only show at the Backstage Lounge on Nov 5! My band City Walls and I will be premiering some new songs from the solo record, as well as rockin’ some Louder Than Love and City Walls classics. Pre-sale tix: $15 (available at eventbrite)
Door: $20 (subject to availability)
Show time 8pm – 11pm
My favourite guitar player and a great guitar lesson examining his lead/rhythm guitar approach. http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/22070-electric-etudes-david-gilmour Jan15_LESS_ElectricEtudes-Gilmour
A nice lesson on "Melodic Soloing" - hitting the chord tones and nothing thinking in "modes" so much as playing "over the chords"...
A surprisingly effective way to remember rhythmic figures!
Here's a great study for improving your rhythm guitar chops. http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/Rhythm_Rules_6_Essential_Exercises_to_Improve_Your_Groove
A lesson on vibrato from the best.
Check out this video explaining the CAGED system. It is a simple approach that a surprisingly large number of guitar players don't know which comes in handy for improving/visualizing the fretboard.