Since his million-selling debut album “Calm Before The Storm”, Paul has been on an unlikely journey of humble beginnings and big dreams to fame and stardom.
Brandt had a passion for words and poetry early in life, and began to write music at the age of 13. By 1996, he had become the first Canadian male country artist to reach the Billboard Top Ten in the U.S. since Hank Snow in 1974, and a string of number one hits and gold and platinum albums followed. Spurred on by an independent, entrepreneurial spirit, he formed an independent label called Brand-T Records, which opened doors for he and his wife Elizabeth to realize their dream of putting down roots back in Alberta.
So, when he has a moment away from work, whether it’s music or charity (he established the Build It Forward Foundation), where does he go to enjoy some good food in Calgary?