OFFICIAL WEBSITE https://www.paulmoleta.com
Paul Moleta is an Australian born singer-songwriter. His music offers a unique blend of alternative pop rock melodies and insightful song writing.
In 2011 Paul, cousin Adrian Moleta and friend Nick McKay become rock band Mokoan (aka Inseek) with Paul being the band’s lead vocalist and songwriter.
The band went on to achieve the following milestones
2013 both One Way Destination and Burning Flame chart #1 on N1M
2014 Burning Flame charts #1 on N1M.
Paul along with Band Mokoan support The Steven Walter Children’s Cancer Foundation. Organising the fundraising event, the boys launch their EP“ The Story Begins” donating all proceeds from the evening toward the foundation.
Paul would bill the band and solo performances voluntary for The Relay for Life events around Melbourne.
2015 26th January “DON’T LET IT GO” features on Triple M’s Australia Day Promo “The Big Day In”
Don’t Let It Go charts #1 on N1M and Hear Them Cry charts #1 on N1M
In 2015 with the band parting ways and an extensive spinal recovery, Paul continued to honer his craft playing the pubs, clubs, festivals in Europe, including festival events for Relay for life in Australia.
2017 through to 2019 Paul ventured to Ireland to record his solo album “Sometimes I Feel” at Windmill Lane Studios & The Mill Studio with producer Ger McDonnell, who has worked with several international bands including U2, Kasabian & Def Leppard.
Paul Moleta went on to achieve the following,
In 2 seperate apperances, 2018/2019 Paul performed as an international guest at The O’Connors famous Pub and Balcony Tv Christmas special event In Salthill Galway IRE.
2018 Paul Appears on The Odbox live stream In Dublin.
2019 features as a live International act for The Darkey Kelly’s Music Fest and as an International act at Dublin’s Culture Fest at The Castle Hotel.
Paul played Ireland’s iconic music festival Electric Picnic on the Village Hall Stage (Global Green). The festival also included headline acts Jess Glynne, Gavin James, Hozier and Florence + The Machine, Billie Elish, Dermot Kenny.
Returning to Melbourne in October 2019 Paul was a support act for local rock band Black Bird Green on their spring/summer tour. Following this tour all other tour events were cancelled with the passing of Paul’s mother.
2021 “Sometimes I Feel” album was independently released following tours and performances postponed due to Covid restrictions & further spinal recovery early 2022, re scheduling new dates touring Central Queensland Australia for late 2022.
2016 Radio interview/live performance on Fresh FM Bendigo AUS
2017 Independent Ireland/UK tour
2nd radio interview/live performance on Fresh FM Bendigo AUS and Apple FM Bacchus Marsh Aus
2018 Recordings commence in Ireland with sponsors contributing through the ACF (Creative Partnerships Australia)
2nd live performance and radio interview on Apple FM Bacchus Marsh AUS
Live performance and international guest at The O’Connors famous Pub In Sathill Galway IRE
Appears on The Odbox live stream In Dublin 2018
Appears on Balcony TV Galway Christmas episode 2018
Live radio Interviews and performance on Sound Liffey FM and Dublin South FM radio
2019 Hypnotised & Waiting For Love chart #1 on N1M in both singer-songwriter & alternative rock genre & charts #1 genre singer-songwriter on N1M in Australia
Feature act at The International Bar Dublin
2nd appearence at O’Connors Famous Pub Salthill Galway
International act for The Darkey Kelly’s Music Fest
Performance at Dublin’s Culture Fest at Castle Hotel
Support act for Melbourne based rock band BlackBird Green spring tour.
New album to be released early 2020
Where do the names INSEEK & MOKOAN come from?
INSEEK was given as a nickname to Mokoan’s drummer Adrian
MOKOAN is a truck rest area located on the M31 HWY in Victoria AUS.
For more information visit http://www.paulmoleta.com
DIRECT LICENSING GUIDELINES
PUBLIC PERFORMANCE-TRANSMISSION RIGHTS
1. Our direct licensing guidelines
1.1. These are the direct licensing guidelines of Paolo Moleta.
At present we do not have the capacity to directly license any of our sound recordings or music videos for public performance or transmission.
1.2. Given the legal and administrative costs involved with direct licensing we are unable to offer direct licenses at competitive rates for public performance or transmission.
We will review our position every 12 months to consider whether the size and skill base of our organization enables us to engage in direct licensing.
1.3. In the meantime, if you require a license for the public performance or transmission of one of our sound recordings or music videos you should contact the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia (PPCA) at http://www.ppca.com.au or call (02) 8569 1111.
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