"I've been playing on a Warburton mouthpiece for 7 years now but recently I've been experimenting with larger horns. I began exploring different mouthpieces at the same time but after many tries, ended up right back at Warburton. I just feel at home with the ease of play and quality of sound on these mouthpieces. These characteristics are what brought me to Warburton in the first place. Thanks Terry! "
After graduating with his Masters degree in Studio Music and Jazz from the Frost school of music in Miami, Florida, Paul moved to Austin, Texas and has quickly become one of the city’s first call trombonists. He is currently playing and touring with musical groups; The Polyphonic Spree, What Made Milwaukee Famous, Progger(an offshoot of Snarky Puppy), The Royal Dukes, and Summit Recording artists Jazzbonez among many others in the Austin area.
Paul Deemer started his educational career this past fall of 2014 as Professor/Lecturer of Jazz Trombone at Texas State University. In November 2014, Professor Deemer had the honor of conducting one of the region 26 all-region big bands in Austin and was also selected to give a masterclass at the renowned Booker T. Washington High School of Performing Arts in Dallas. Paul was a featured performer at the 2015 TMEA convention in San Antonio and will also be featured in a showcase at the American Trombone workshop in March 2015.
Paul can regularly be seen performing with his own group at the Elephant Room and the Brass House locally Austin, Texas. He recently had the honor of performing in the horn section for Frankie Valli in February of 2015, Robert “Sput” Searight’s(Snarky Puppy) the Sput and Nate show, and in the Grooveline Horn section for The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band in Shreveport, Louisiana and Austin, Texas. Paul is a Rath Performing Artist/Clinician and Warburton Performing Artist.