Paul Plumeri
The Bishop Of The Blues

Paul's Scrapbook - 1

The Coachmen (1966)
l to r: David DiStefano, Al Santinello (A.K.A. Bubbles) , Russell Vizzini (behind music stand) & Paul Plumeri
Paul's first band performing at the Washington Crossing Inn in the summer of 1966.

Hoochie Cooch (1973)

l - r : Greg Simon, Paul Plumeri, Bob Marsley & Joe Zook

Starting his career as a professional musician in the 60's with the The Coachmen and progressing to the much revered 70's era blues band Hoochie Cooch, Paul has spent many years playing, recording & touring with bands such as Duke Williams & The Extremes, Moe Monroe, Level and his own Paul Plumeri Blues Band. Throughout his successful career he has had the good fortune to meet and share the stage with many stars and legendary performers.

Duke Williams and the Extremes (1978)
l - r: Cory Spagnuolo, George Caruso, Paul & Duke Williams

Paul & Grace Jones at
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia (1978)

Paul & Rick Derringer at a
Russo's Music Center Guitar Clinic (1982)

Paul & Nokie Edwards of The Ventures
backstage at The Ritz Theatre N.Y.C. (1983)
(Nokie's holding a copy of the Tom Foolery LP on which Paul collaborated with Tom Marolda)

Paul & John Sebastion of The Lovin' Spoonful
Hollywood (1996)

George Benson & Paul
Hollywood (1996)

Paul & James Burton, guitarist for Ricky Nelson
and Elvis Presley, Hollywood (1996)
Paul with Gladys Knight & The Pips in concert
at the Plaza Hotel, N.Y.C. (1983)

l to r: Frank Ragazzo, Jeffrey Migliaccio, Paul, Steven Seagal, (Paul's Dad) Sam Plumeri Sr.
and Wayne Hodes, Waterfront Park, Trenton NJ (1995)

Richie Sambora & Paul (August 2003)
Richie took over guitar duties with Duke Williams & The Extremes after Paul left the band in 1980.
Thanks to Tim Rudolph for the pic.

The Paul Plumeri Blues Band (2004)
Paul with Hammond B3 player Gerard Guida and drummer Ronnie Hand

Paul and Sharon...who knows?




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