Canadian singer/songwriter, music producer, and Oxford comma enthusiast Spence Paull leverages her dynamic musical experience to create a fresh and genre-crossing sound. Finding inspiration in the ear candy chord structures of jazz, and story-rich lyrics from Musical Theatre, Spence's take on pop is uniquely her own.
Fun and spooky fact: Spence was tone deaf until the age of eight when her grandmother (the only musician in the family) suddenly passed away...and the next morning, Spence Paull could sing. Spooky, eh? Soon after, she found her way onto some of Vancouver's largest stages - including the Queen Elizabeth Theatre and Nat Bailey Stadium - and began writing and recording her own music. After leaving Vancouver to earn her Bachelor of Commerce in Finance, Spence was awarded a Choral Scholarship with the prestigious University of King's College Chapel Choir under the leadership of six-time Grammy Winner, Paul Halley.
Now, Spence is working on "Dear Mistress", a concept album that chronicles the up-and-down nature of a musician's relationship with music set to the backdrop of a tumultuous relationship. Spence also continues to work closely with other emerging artists as a Music Producer, and continues to release powerful pop singles.