Paul Metsa

Paul Metsa

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Singer/songwriter Paul Metsa is a native of the same Minnesota Iron Range that produced Bob Dylan. His mother was a jazz singer; his father, a tavern owner, also played accordion professionally. In grade school, he had his own folk duo and later a rock band. In 1979, he moved from his home in Virginia, MN, to Minneapolis to pursue his musical career. Initially, he played in a band called Cats Under the Stars, which issued a single, "Blue Ghosts"/"Louie, Louie," in 1982. He went ... Read more

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