Kenny Paul was born and raised on a farm just outside Maghera in Northern Ireland. Maghera is a quiet market town situated about forty miles from Belfast at the foot of the Glen Shane Pass.
After leaving school Kenny worked for a few years on the farm. During this time he taught himself to play the guitar and began singing a few of his favourite songs in the local clubs. Word spread quickly about his talent for singing and he soon found himself singing three or four nights a week. Eventually Kenny had so much work in the entertainment scene that he had to give up his farming career to concentrate on the music.
Kenny is now one of the most versatile singers in Ireland and is in great demand to provide entertainment in hotels and country clubs throughout the U.K. and Ireland. Kenny sings a mixture of country and Irish, middle of the road and sixties music. He tours regularly in England, Scotland, Wales and Spain and has performed along with many of Ireland's top bands including Big Tom, Declan Nerney, Philomena Begley, Susan McCann and Louise Morrisey.
Kenny has released eighteen albums and five DVDs to date. One of his most recent releases features two original songs written by Kenny, “Memories Of You” and “Keep It Country” which is the title track of the album.