Paul Jennings has long been considered a top drummer and percussionist in the U.K. Now based in the U.S, he is fast gaining credibility there too.
Playing drum set as well as an array of percussion and hand drums including Cajon, Darabuka, Djembe, Congas and more. He has toured the US more than a dozen times, and in 2007 as the percussionist with the Guinness World Records "Fastest Tap Dancer in the World" James Devine, Paul performed a month run on Broadway in New York City.
In his decade-long career he has traveled the world inspiring audiences with his energetic and engaging performances. Paul's unique style of playing has earned him spots with many top bands and he has now featured on over 40 recordings.
He has performed to sell out audiences all over the world with artists such as Jethro Tull, Wolfstone, Capercaille, Old Blind Dogs, Fred Morrison and the Scottish 13-piece super band, Treacherous Orchestra. In 2005 he co-composed and performed a pioneering musical commission for the Celtic Connections festival, Europe's largest winter music festival, with fellow percussionist Fraser Stone. Their commission was performed at the festival in 2006 and 2007 and sold out both years running.
As well as touring internationally in over 17 country's, Paul has also received rave reviews for his work from The New York Times, Washington Square News, Canada's Globe and Mail and Chronicle Herald as well as primetime television appearances on ABC's Live with Regis and Kelly, CBC Canada and WNBC New York.