There are two Paul Hepplestons.
The first is a 42-year old guitar player who has shared the stage or studio with the Adam Baxter, the Domestics, Jerry Stamp, RocketRocketShip and more. This cat believes no pedal board is complete without at LEAST an assortment of delays and reverbs.
The second is a married father of two – a high school English teacher, and part-time promoter, known as Mr. H. In June of 2010, this Paul Heppleston started a youth music project called, Mr. H Presents. Designed to give young people more opportunities to experience live music – either as performers or observers – this on-going project offers regular open mics, concerts, songwriting conferences, and more. Whether in or out of the classroom, Mr. H’s students have seen a wide array of artists, from first-timers, to some of our province’s finest (Ian Foster, Jody Richardson, Kat McLevey, Sherman Downey and more). Seven years into it, with no plans of stopping, Mr. H alumni have gone on to win provincial competitions (and enter national ones), decide to pursue music as a career, and, most importantly, have a good time while expressing themselves through music in a supportive environment.