Paul Shortino

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Paul Shortino
Born (1953-05-14) May 14, 1953 (age 61)
Genres Heavy metal, glam metal
Instruments Vocals
Guitar
Keyboards[1]
Bass guitar[2]
Associated acts Rough Cutt
Quiet Riot
King Kobra
Hear 'n Aid

Paul Shortino (born May 14, 1953) is an American rock singer and musician who has sung for several bands, including Rough Cutt/The Cutt, Quiet Riot, Bad Boyz, and Shortino. He briefly recorded with J.K. Northrup as the duo Shortino/Northrup. He has also recorded as a solo artist, writing and performing the song "E.G.G.M.A.N." as the theme for Dr. Eggman in Sonic Adventure 2 for Sega (this song was later revised by Remix Factory [3] in Shadow the Hedgehog as "E.G.G.M.A.N. Doc Robeatnix Mix"). In 1985, Shortino recorded lead vocals for the Heavy Metal benefit project Hear 'n Aid. The single from this project, "We're Stars" also features lead vocals by heavy metal singers Ronnie James Dio, Rob Halford, Geoff Tate, Don Dokken, Kevin DuBrow, Eric Bloom and Dave Meniketti.

He is currently in the band King Kobra and is also performing in the cast of Raiding the Rock Vault at the LVH in Las Vegas, Nevada.[4]

Acting[edit]

He played the character "Duke Fame" in the film This Is Spinal Tap, and reprised this role in the first webisode done by Las Vegas, Nevada-based group Sin City Sinners. Shortino resides in Vegas and is a regular guest of the Sinners.

Discography[edit]

With Rough Cutt[edit]

With The Cutt[edit]

Sacred Place (2002)

With Quiet Riot[edit]

Quiet Riot (1988)

With Badd Boyz[edit]

Badd Boyz (1993)

With Shortino[edit]

  • It's About Time (1997)
  • Booked, Toured, ...Released! (1999)
  • Chasing My Dream (2009)

With Shortino/Northrup[edit]

  • Back On Track (1993)
  • Afterlife (2004)

Paul Shortino & the Rhythm Junkies[edit]

Stand Or Fall (1999)

Hear 'n Aid (1985)[edit]

  • Hear 'n Aid - We're Stars (7" single)
  • Hear 'n Aid - We're Stars (12" single)
  • Hear 'n Aid - Stars (Album)

With King Kobra[edit]

King Kobra (2011)

King Kobra II (2013)

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