“A very hot player…” – Rory Gallagher.
“Paul Blew my mind and I’m proud to know him…” – Seymour Duncan.
“Quite possibly the best guitarist I’ve ever heard…” – British Blues News
“Ingenious and staggering…” – Guitar & Bass Magazine
“Truly Special, Exceptional…” – Guitar Techniques magazine
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Released 15 solo albums, all sell consistently world wide. Playing festivals and selling clubs throughout USA, Europe and the UK for 25 years.
Has worked as a producer/artist/session guitarist with Ted McKenna (drummer with The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Rory Gallagher, Micheal Schenker, Bobby Womack) Gerry McAvoy (bassist with Rory Gallagher for 25 years). Randy Brecker (The Brecker Brothers) Bill Evans (tenor sax Miles Davis, Mick Jagger, Herbie Hancock, Derek Trucks), Mark Egan (Pat Metheny Group), John “Rabbit” Bundrick (Free, Bob Marley and the Wailers, Jon Martyn, Pete Townsend and 30 years with The Who).
Last album “Double Life” was recorded at the Steakhouse, Hollywood, CA. Paul co produced the album with multi Grammy award winner John Wooler (Gary Moore, Johnny Winter, john Lee Hooker, Albert Collins). The album featured Terry Evans on vocals (35 years with Ry Cooder) Richie Morales on drums (Al Demeola, The Brecker Brothers, Mike Stern) Randy Jacobs on rhythm guitar (Elton John, Kris Kristofferson, Was Not Was) Bernard Fowler lead vocals (backing vocals with the Rolling Stones for 25 years), Sweat Pea Atkinson on vocals (Was Not Was, Lyle Lovett) The album received 5 star reviews across the board, and gig of the month for London during the album tour.
Have spent the last 18 months in the New York area playing with US version of the Paul Rose Trio, featuring Richie Morales (Spyra Gyra, Al Demeola, The Brecker Brothers) and Mark Egan (Pat Metheny Group, David Sandborn, Gil Evans). With a weekly residency at the Bitter End in Greenwich Village and gigs at the Iridium and B. B. Kings.