Paul Sherry
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Paul Sherry

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"Paul Sherry Press Review"

Paul Sherry
'To the Bitter End'
Blues Matters Publication

It's not often that I get bowled over by a new album- but this is one of those rare exceptions. 'To The Bitter End' (2007)is a flawless debut album. The influences on the album are clear,: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robben Ford, Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore. The Irish influence cannot be overlooked as this album has the hallmarks of the aforementioned Irish virtuosos. The song writing is very strong and is complimented by some tremendous guitar playing and effective throaty vocals. The opening song 'We Don't Stand a Chance' sets the tone for the album: it's a foot-tapping blues rocker. 'Stick with me to the End', 'Just Wondering' and the imaginative instrumental 'Anda', could have been on a Stevie Ray Vaughan album and the guitar work clearly shows this influence. 'Deeper' has a laid back feel to it and would not be amiss on the USA AOR channels. My favourite is the relaxed funk blues of 'Just Wondering', it grooves beautifully and has a superb bit of guitar work in the mid section. There is no filler on this 10 track album which clocks in at just 34 minutes and certainly leaves you wanting more. This album has been constant on my Ipod and I cannot give it a higher compliment than that: a stonker! - Blues Matters


Paul Sherry- To the Bitter End (Album)
Air play songs
Give it all that you Got
The Damage is Done
We don't stand a Chance
Just Wondering
Stick with me to the End



Guitarist and vocalist Paul Sherry has just recorded his debut album ‘To The Bitter End’. His album is an in your face blues rock album which from start to finish consists of fine guitar solos with rust and dust sounding vocals backed by a driving rhythm section of drum and bass. It is currently receiving much deserved praise from well known publications such as Rootstime and Blues Matters. This album has a roaring live feel all the way and any fan of Rory Gallagher, Stevie Ray Vaughan or Jimi Hendrix will know that this album fits right in with that vibe.
At seventeen Paul went to The London Guitar Institute where he studied all styles of playing with leading English Guitar Tutors. After finishing his studies in London Paul began touring all over Ireland while also doing sessions for T .V. and Radio. This year has seen him perform at all the finest Irish blues including Warrenpoint in support to Robben Ford. Alongside this he has performed at all three days at Glastonbury 2008 Festival.
The band consists of respected bassist Ronnie O Flynn who apart from being a top session drum and bass player has toured with Sharon Shannon and Donal Lunny to name but few while laying it down on drums is session drummer Michael Black. This band have a roaring live feel for any fan of Rory Gallagher ,Stevie Ray Vaughan or Jimi Hendrix.