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Null Paradox Live | Gertrude & Grace Photography by Jeff Reihl

Rachel and Eric

The Null Paradox project has been a multi-year endeavor and has evolved to where it is today with the help and dedication of scores of talented and committed people. As the success of Null Paradox has grown, so too have the demands on the entire cast and crew. As Null Paradox prepares to move to…

Null Paradox Live at the Lexington Village Theatre. Eric Prater, Chris Mick, Robyn Christine, Dave Ziozios, Rachel Matz, Tom Libertiny. Photo by Jeff Riehl. Hair & MUA by Brandie Brancheau.

Photos from Lexington

Thanks to Jeff Riehl (photography) and Jason Teets (video) we have many new photos to share with you.  A few are part of this article and the rest you can find by clicking HERE.  Special thank you to Brandie Bracheau for Hair and MUA.  Video from our show will be available starting next week.

Null Pardox in the Times Herald newspaper. Article by Crystal Garcia.

One Lap of The Thumb

Otherwise known as: Chris’ and Tom’s big adventure.  We were fortunate to have wonderful friends from around the U.S. and Europe join us for our show at the Lexington Village Theatre.  For those who are not native to Michigan, if you hop in your personal spaceship and travel about 250 miles above Earth, Michigan appears to be…

Null Paradox Live | Gertrude & Grace Photography by Jeff Reihl

Thank You Lexington!

We had a wonderful time performing our shows with you in Lexington, Michigan.  Thank you all for being a part of our live performance! For more photos click HERE. Cast Grace, Lead vocals~Robyn Christine Gertrude, Backing vocals~Rachel Matz The Bully~Eric Scott Baker Guitars~Chris Mick Keyboards~Eric Prater Drums~Dave Ziozios Bass~Tom Libertiny Crew Produced by Zoltan Entertainment Lighting…

Null Paradox Live | Gertrude & Grace. Photo by Dave Lamarand

Interview | Times Herald

Null Paradox’s Saturday shows could end one of two ways, and it will be up to the audience to decide. The group will perform two interactive shows of Gertrude and Grace at the Lexington Village Theatre, 7318 Huron Ave. It is based on a fiction book the group’s bass player, Tom Libertiny, co-authored. The performance…