Paul Cardall began piano lessons at the age of eight but quit after six months because his instructor was frustrated. He didn't touch a keyboard for another decade. During high school Cardall lost a close friend. In search of solace he sat at the family piano and immediately composed a song. Cardall discovered he could transcribe the feelings of his heart through music. In 1995 he recorded his first album, entitled SIGN OF AFFECTION. A copy of this home-pressed album made its way to #1 New York Times best-selling author Richard Paul Evans, writer of The Christmas Box. He commissioned Cardall to create a musical adaptation of his book. Cardall partnered with Narada, a division of Virgin records, to re-release THE CHRISTMAS BOX. He also debuted a new album entitled THE LOOKING GLASS. In December 1999 both records were listed on Billboard's Top 25 New Age Charts. The Chicago Sun Times calls Cardall, "Wonderfully moving and inspiring!" Cardall is the founder of Stone Angel Music, an independent record label. Stone Angel Music has produced and released several albums including HYMNS and HYMNS II, as well as SIGN OF AFFECTION, a re-release of his first album. During the year 2002, Cardall recorded two albums, DAILY DEVOTIONS, and MIRACLES, A Journey of Hope and Healing. MIRACLES has spent more time on New Age Voice's Top 100 radio charts than any other pianist in 2002. The song Driving North debuted at #3 on Amazon.com's Smooth Jazz Top 200 MP3 charts. Faithful, the latest release from Paul Cardall takes new age piano to a whole new level. Wind & Wire magazine gave Faithful the #2 spot of best contemporary instrumental albums of 2003. Cardall also appears on two compilation albums; 20 YEARS OF NARADA PIANO (Narada) and PIANO PORTRAITS (Excel Entertainment Group.) His music is available nationwide through music stores, new-age bookstores, and at www.paulcardall.com.