Paul was born into a musical family in the Dorchester section of Boston, the youngest of six children. He has been playing in the Boston Irish music scene since 1985, when the late Noel Henry invited Paul to join the famed "Noel Henry's Irish Show Band," a band he still performs with to this day, along with his musical partner Tim Keohane. Paul has performed throughout the United States, Canada, Ireland, and has played on numerous cruise ships to Bermuda, the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Greek Islands. Paul plays a variety of musical instruments, including piano, saxophone, flute, tin whistle, guitar, and contributes to harmony and lead vocals. Paul is also the proud father of two boys, Christy and Devon, and by day is an attorney employed as an Assistant Clerk for the Massachusetts Superior Court.
Tim Keohane has played on the Irish music scene in Boston since 1983, As a vocalist and guitarist, he brings a strong background in Irish folk music to every performance, along with an extensive repertoire of classic rock and country music. He founded the band "Tradition" in 1988 and continues to perform with the group today. He also performs with the "Noel Henry Showband", with long time friend Paul Kenneally. He is married to violinist Sheila Falls-Keohane and together they have a son and 2 daughters. He loves playing golf and softball as well as visiting his father's home in Ballinadee, Co. Cork.