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Paul Cardall, Like His Podcast Name States, is “All Heart” 

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by Colin Montemarano | June 10, 2020

From the beautiful music he composes, performs, and produces, to his philanthropic efforts, resilient spirit, and aptly named podcast, Paul Cardall is “All Heart.” Connecting with listeners around the world, the Dove-Award winner’s solely improvised album Peaceful Piano has over 2.4 billion streams, with 20 million streams a month in 160 countries. This month Paul is celebrating the launch of his new podcast All Heart with Paul Cardall, as part of the American Songwriter Podcast Network. Each episode features a deep-dive interview with an interesting artist, actor, director or personality about their passion and drive. Upcoming guests include Thompson Square, Tony Memmel, and Randall Foster.

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ANNOUNCEMENT!

A NEW PODCAST BY PAUL CARDALL

All Heart with Paul Cardall is joining the American Songwriter Podcast Network. American Songwriter has been a home for songwriters, musicians, and music lovers for over 35 years and the award winning pianist, songwriter, and transplant recipient truly believes it is the perfect place for his podcast. Paul delivers encouraging, educational, and often an inspirational conversation with unique people who believe in making the impossible, possible. These visionaries are All Heart.

THE WEDDING SONG

Canon In D by Pachelbel

This gorgeous piece of music is FREE and exclusively available to those who subscribe to All Heart With Paul Cardall.

Paul Cardall’s Peaceful Piano

Room for Renewal, With Michael Bishop at the Board

Ten years ago, pianist Paul Cardall was months into his stay in Primary Children’s Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah, where he awaited a heart transplant. Born with a congenital heart defect, Cardall had been in and out of the same hospital since he was an infant.

“I lived most of my life with a half-functioning heart, and the only experts available to care for me were in a children’s hospital,” he explains. “This is because most people with my diagnosis didn’t survive. I was at the end stage, waiting for a heart because I was slipping away.”

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