Since the release of his 1994 self titled debut, the 1997 follow up 'Cross the Mississippi', the 2002 release 'Simple Yeserdays' and his upcoming band project 'Not Quite Nashville', Paul's approach to writing and performing has continued to be rooted in delivering heartfelt and memorable material. As a student of songwriting, Paul's genuine and identifiable style can be traced back to influences by the likes of John Hiatt, Chris Isaak, Nick Lowe, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and Lucinda Williams. Paul attains a unique balance between mood pieces and upbeat material. This balance results in a cohesive releases that are strong from both a single song and long play context. 'The main goal I have is to be honest and real in my writing and performances.' In this rests the secret to Paul's craft - he writes and sings about what he knows best...