The Blue Zone bio
Somewhere between the Big Apple and the Bayou, came the birth of The “B” Street BLUE ZONE at The Bourbon
Street Blues and Boogie Bar in Nashville’s infamous PRINTERS
ALLEY. Here's the Story of The BLUE ZONE.
“Hollywood” Paul Litteral, (trumpet player) is a Kentucky native. He moved to New York City during a brief
stint in the Navy’s music program out of high school. He went on to form the world-renowned Uptown Horns
with Saxophonist Arno Hecht. Along with Crispan Cioe (sax), and Bob Funk (trombone), their four-piece horn
section spent 13 glorious years performing and recording with greats from all walks of music. Artists such as:
Ray Charles, Etta James, James Brown, Sammy Davis Jr., The B 52s, Cameo and many more. While on tour
with the Rolling Stones, Paul met Lorelei McBroom. She was a backing vocalist and featured soloist with Mick
Jagger on the Urban Jungle/Steel Wheels tour. Paul and Lorelei decided to join musical and romantic forces
after the conclusion of that tour. Shortly after the birth of their son Miles Litteral, Paul was offered the opportunity
to return to his southern roots, and join Country Super Star Wynonna Judd’s band. Lorelei and Miles joined him
a couple of months later.