Paul Marshal began his radio
career in 1979 with Radio Aldershot at Aldershot High
School in the west end of Burlington Ontario. Amidst
hundreds of silver Ban aerosol caps glued to the wall, Pink Floyd, ZZ Top, Triumph, Teenage Head,
etc. were always on the playlist.
Through the first half of the
1980's, Paul played with several southern Ontario bands
including Forever Endeavor, The Decoy, and The Originals.
World Famous Radio Bangkok in 1989
After Media Arts at Sheridan
College in Oakville, Paul moved to Thailand
in 1986 and began work at 95.5 Radio Bangkok where he
was an on air host under PD and mentor Richard Jackson
(Radio Caroline). Paul was promoted to PD when Richard moved
to another station.
Paul played with two
notable bands in Thailand: The Farang Band,
which hosted relief concerts for the disaster
stricken Southern Provinces, and Cow Pat Boom: a popular
punk rock band whose name translates to "Fried Rice
In 1993, Paul joined 99.5 Capital Radio,
where he continued to develop his programming skills with Bobby Bee from KIIS FM
in Los Angeles.
Host of Turkey's Hot 40 Countdown and Live Saturday Night, Paul spent much of his time in Eastern Europe
programming, consulting, and developing new radio
Capital Radio in 1999
Through the 90's, Paul
performed under the name RPM, a Duo with Rey Reynaud on
co-lead vocals, at live music venues in Europe and
the Middle East. Rey returned to the US, and Paul
continued the RPM shows solo at clubs and events throughout
In 2002, Paul moved back to
Canada and began work at 91.7 GIANT FM, Niagara's Classic
Paul Marshal hosts the Rock
& Roll Saturday Night and evenings on 91.7 GIANT FM.
WPI Studios in 2009
Paul teaches guitar for the
City of St Catharines, plays live shows in Canada and the US, and is the owner of RPMDJ.
Recording is now underway at WPI Studios for the new album,
which features an all acoustic format of original songs with
a couple classic covers from Dylan and Hedges.