An Audience with Paul Maxwel


APPEARING most nights at Puerto Banus night club JoysLive, Paul Maxwel has been a professional musician for 30 years and he is celebrating this milestone date.

Having grown up in Andalucia, this singer and multi-instrumentalist, nicknamed the Piano Man has worked with some of the great names in modern music including Lionel Richie, Michael Bolton, Ricky Martin, Mica Paris and the Real Thing in Spain and across Europe.

He is currently booked to appear at the Puente Romano Tennis Club supporting Foreigner on June 11, Billy Ocean and Heather Small on July 6 and George Benson on July 21 but next Thursday, he will present his ‘Audience with Paul Maxwel’ at the popular D Wines situated just outside of San Pedro Alcantara.

Paul will appear with his seven piece band playing a selection of favourites and with tickets costing €90 per person, the restaurant will serve a three course meal whilst the performance is filmed.

Tickets are available by visiting D Wine or JoysLive, although reservations may be made by email to

RTN caught up with the Piano Man who shared a number of insights about himself and his life.

What is your greatest fear?
Not to be with my family

What is your favourite food?
Oysters and steak

Who would you invite for a meal dead, alive or fictional?
Good friends

What is your secret pleasure?
Spending time with my son and drinking red wine

Which is your favourite band?
Too many to mention

Who would you most like to sing with?
My son

What song would you like played at your funeral?
Piano Man (by Billy Joel)

What would you change about your life?
Have more time off

What do you like most about Spain?
The climate, the people, the general way off life

Who would play you in the film of your life?
The Wolf of Wall Street ha ha

Speaking separately, about JoysLive which will host his After Party following the ‘Audience with’, Paul said “I love performing at Joys as I love the intimacy of having people surround the white piano. It makes every night special for so many visitors and regulars.”



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