Tuesday, July 12, 2011

"This Is The Moment"

After nearly 5 months of planning and a year of deciding repertoire, Im finally in Windmill Studio's, Dublin recording my new album "This Is The Moment".
Its always an exciting few days when one starts, as its the first time you hear the arrangements of the songs you are planning on doing. Im very lucky on this project in that I have my trusty right hand man, Joe Csibi working with me. We are also delighted to have a few originals from two of the top songwriters in the country. You will find out more about this coming closer to the release!

At this stage its all very basic in that we bring in pianist, drummer, guitarist and bass player. Sing them through, then put them down on track. At which point, when your happy, you bring in the orchestra and percussion. Then finally, we add the choir and backing vocals! So just when they all think its over,  to annoy all around me, I decide to re record my vocals!!

Anyway, I thought I would just drop by and let you know all is going to plan, and by early Autumn you shall hear the labours of my work. I appreciate all your support and thank you for it.
Some of the tour dates are now up on this page too under the "news" section. Im expecting to add another eight or nine to that list in the near future, so bear with me. The dates announced will go on sale this coming Friday the 16th. Once again, with the tour, I thank you all for your support in advance and hope to see many of you on the road with me.  Remember, these are small venues, so tickets are limited and hopefully will sell out quickly, and much like my grannies pies, once they are gone, they are gone!!

Keep well
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  1. Paul, thanks for taking the time to update us while you're recording. It sounds like everything is going quite smoothly so of course you will throw a wrench into the works and re-record your vocals. Can't wait to see the rest of the venues, but will be picking up tix for NY just in case. I absolutely refuse to miss your solo show.

    keep well,

  2. Hi Paul,
    Thanks for the backstage look at the recording process! Always happy to learn something new and interesting! nice surprise for the morning. Wishing you a successful Fall tour, and looking forward to yet another wonderful album from the Premier Tenor!

  3. You sound so excited and happy. I can only imagine how it feels to finally start the actual recording. We are here for you waiting anxiously for the CD and the tour. Have a fabulous day, sir!

  4. Amazing! Paul Byrom on his very first, very own North American tour. *high five* I'm feeling pretty lucky at the moment, the El Rey in LA is a great venue for you, have you seen pics of the inside? We were there a couple of years ago, and we'll be there on November 6!
    Take care Paul,

  5. Thank you for keeping us up-to-date. It is so great that you do this for us!! Can't wait to see more tour dates hopefully Connecticut will be there! Thanks again for everything you do for us! YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!!

  6. Thanks for keeping us in the loop as to the progress of the album/tour dates. Sounds exhausting, but exciting all at the same time. Can't wait to hear the new cd. And I'm still hoping you're coming in concert near me as so far none of the dates are even close to where I am.

    Take care Swanky One :)

  7. Dear Paul, don't know how often you check comments here, but am dying to let you know about a good size group of us that will be present for the St Louis show. Been working with the venue & have procured tickets for not 1,4,6, or even 10 people, but for a whopping 23 people & may add a couple more before the day is out. Hope that's a good number of bums in seats for ya. Glad you're having success with the album.