has been hooked on music since he heard ‘Help!’ by The Beatles at the
age of five. However, he only started singing in public a few years
ago, following a game of 'Sing or Strip' at his local pub (don’t ask).
Early in 2005 he was introduced to The Royal Harmonics a cappella
chorus, and in May that year found himself on stage at the British
Association of Barbershop Singers’ annual convention in Brighton.
In mid-2006, the
opportunity arose to form a quartet with three other guys from the
chorus, and Meltdown was born. Paul’s ambition is to make great
harmonies, keep improving as a singer, and entertain a few people along
Paul was born and
brought up in Liverpool, and lives in Cookham, Berkshire. He works for
a business research company, and at various points in his career has
been a market analyst, managing director and software technical author.
Paul’s other interests include Everton F.C., Lundy Island, and creative
He also sings pop and rock music now and then with friends in Cookham.