Paul Geremia has played country blues on six and twelve string guitars, harmonica and piano for a very long time.

This site, in process, is a compendium of Paul’s audio and video work, critical reviews and news, as it unfolds.

read about Paul:

at Red House Records

at the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame, 2013 inductees

DIGGIN’ UNCLE SAM’S BACKYARD Forty-Five Years of the Real Folk Blues with
PAUL GEREMIA by Rick Bellaire

in the Providence Phoenix (2013)  Paul Geremia joins the Rhode island Music Hall of Fame

profiles, critical reviews


watch Paul perform 

Somethin’ Gotta’ Be Arranged, Geoff Adams’ 1983 film portrait of Paul. Made as a student film project, the documentary features a duo performance with Chicago bluesman Blind John Davis, garlic, eggs and an alternator.  It’s eighteen minutes very well spent



people, places, music

This site is being developed to rebuild the pages lovingly curated by Paul Toracinta,  who built both Paul Geremia’s discography and touring site and  facebook page. Readers are able to add comments and updates at facebook, but the earlier site (paulgeremia.org) no longer exists.

blog posts – the blog side of this site invites your input.



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  1. Wonderful authentic documentary that I’m glad to have been made aware of. It certainly takes me back to my earlier days of hearing Paul. Some great moments in time and conversation too. The duet with Blind John Davis is as period-authentic as any piano-guitar duet from the 20’s & 30’s, and in my opinion, better that most.


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