Canadian singer/songwriter, Paul Wilfred, performs mostly, but not exclusively, in the Maritime provinces. His rock/folk genre of music, along with an energetic and original performance, has engaged his audience since the early 90's. Paul has made a few appearances on The Moncton Songwriters Circle, seen on Rogers TV, to perform his songs "Believe" , "Someday" , "Today" and  "Wishin' you Away" and has received critical acclaim and radio air play ,on C103FM in Moncton NB, for his song "Keep Moving On". These days, on Moncton's K94.5, you can expect to hear his songs "No Brainer" and "Today" playing on the Kutting Edge rotation. Both songs are from his recently released debut Album entitled "Onset take 2". It features 10 original tracks with a mix of folk, rock and hard rock. Some of the songs were written years ago and others just a few months back. The album was officially launched on Friday July 24th and was followed by an unplugged-cross-Canada tour in the fall of 2015. The album is available on iTunes, CDBaby.com and at his shows.

Paul was born and raised in Grand Falls, New Brunswick. He's lived in Charlottetown  (P.E.I), Moncton, Fredericton, St. John (NB) and Halifax (NS). He's also had the opportunity to perform in each of these great locations. He started singing in elementary school and joined his first band at the age of 15. For his High School graduation ceremony he and a few bandmates performed a few originals written for the class of 1996. In university, Paul constantly wrote and recorded music which was eventually used for his first EP entitled "Onset" released in 2003. Songs from Onset were performed at The East Coast Music Awards' 24hr jam in Halifax, NS and on CTV's Breakfast Television that year. 

Since then, Paul has given music and guitar lessons to hundreds of students in the public school systems of NB and NS. He has shared the stage with musical icons Trooper, Helix, Harlequin and Nazareth. In 2012 Paul hit the Music New Brunswick showcase stage to perform 5 of his originals during The East Coast Music Award's week in Moncton, NB. You never know where Paul will be performing next. You could catch him performing on a bar, literally, downtown Ottowa or in a packed arena in Labradore City. Consistently performing 2-4 nights a week, Paul is more determined than ever to thrive in his singer/songwriter career as he continues to grow as a musician, artist and person.