Check out these two candid backstage photos of Lester Butler and Paul Size at the Moulin Blues Festival on May 2, 1998.
Listen as Paul Size tells Jagger biographer Marc Spitz about the robbery, and how the elder Bartel brother solved the problem, Devil-style.
The Red Devils guitarist knows that the band he was in three decades ago will always be a part of his life. “There’s too many extraordinary things that went down that it’s not going to go away,” Paul Size tells nofightin.com.
He doesn’t sing. Plays a lot of rhythm guitar. Let’s the band shine. But Paul Size is in control on his debut solo CD and download, “Can’t Lose Playing The Blues.”
Paul Size might be underground, but he is never underrated. The mighty Rev. Billy F. Gibbons again touts The Red Devils’ guitarist, this time in a Music Radar story, “The 10 Guitarists Who Blew My Mind.”
Very nice article from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on the early days of Paul Size in the band. RED DEVILS FIND THE SIZE THAT FITS by Dave Ferman, Fort Worth Star-Telegram Sept. 11, 1992 Texas-born blues guitarist Paul Size readily will admit that he’s been real lucky so far in his musical career. Born in DallasContinue reading “1992: Red Devils find the Size that fits”
For the past several years, Paul Size has carved a niche for himself as the guitarist for the blues-soul-party combo Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish. Size’s chops remain top-notch since leaving The Red Devils, as I can attest personally, having seen Hoy and the boys here in Bloomington a few years ago. Those of youContinue reading “Paul Size now offering guitar lessons”