The Outlaws' Henry Paul on growing up in Tampa, balancing rock and country and more
Not many Tampa-raised singers have a resume like Henry Paul.
The 67-year-old singer is the frontman for not one but two hit bands, Southern rockers the Outlaws and country vocal group BlackHawk. He'll bring them both back to the spotlight on Friday with his third annual hometown-ish concert at the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater (click here for details).
"The Outlaws, that show is a very physical, very demanding musical presentation," said Paul, who moved from Tampa in 1991 but still thinks about coming back. "The BlackHawk presentation is a little more forgiving and a little more spiritual, a little more kind and gentle. The Outlaws thing is a beatdown."