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Liverpool/Syracuse NY based Paul Davie is one of Central NY's most-traveled musicians!

In 2001 Paul formed a Beatles/British Invasion act, THE FAB FIVE with 4 other local all-star musicians known for their passion towards the band that changed the world on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964.  

Paul could never have predicted, that his burning desire for the Beatles tribute genre, would lead to working personally with dozens of his 60’s & 70’s vinyl & AM pop radio heroes he grew up listening to!  (Scroll down to see the long list below!) 


With that, he has experienced performances as far away as Liverpool UK, Los Angeles, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, The Iridium in Manhattan (Les Paul's Monday night residency) and a 3 week tour of Australia - from Perth to Sydney!

Paul’s efforts have also been featured in Newsweek magazine (50th anniversary of The Beatles issue - 2014), CBS Sunday Morning, 9WSYR's "Bridge Street Live" (10x) and on most CNY area radio & TV stations and news outlets in print and on-line.

In between living those dreams, Paul has a full schedule of 150+/- solo/duo/trio acoustic gigs all over upstate NY – Syracuse, the Finger Lakes & Lake Ontario Wine Trails, the 1000 Islands Region and more. He also entertains at weddings & receptions, veterans hospitals, senior living centers, libraries and birthday parties. 

In 2015, Paul took the 25 years of lessons learned in the non-profit and radio/TV industries, and created his own music & event production business - “My Generation Music Promotions”.  He puts on several shows a year, including BeatleCUSE, Homeward Bound Harmonies, Heroes & Lennon's 75th and various collaborative tribute shows with top CNY musicians.  

Here are the ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME inductees that Paul has either performed on stage with or promoted their appearances:

  • Denny Laine of THE MOODY BLUES (co-founder ’64-’66) “Go Now” & PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS (“Band On The Run”, “Live & Let Die”)

  • Felix Cavaliere, Dino Danelli & Gene Cornish of THE RASCALS (“Good Lovin”, “People Got To Be Free”)

  • Roger McGuinn of THE BYRDS (“Mr. Tambourine Man”, “Turn, Turn, Turn”)

  • Ian McLagan of FACES/SMALL FACES (“Stay With Me”, “Itchykoo Park”)

  • Dave Mason of TRAFFIC (“Feelin’ Alright”, “We Just Disagree”, "Only You Know & I Know”)

  • John Sebastian of THE LOVIN’ SPOONFUL (“Do You Believe In Magic”, “Summer In The City”)

  • Terry Sylvester formerly of THE HOLLIES (“Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress”, “He Ain’t Heavy (He’s My Brother)”, “The Air That I Breathe”)

  • Hilton Valentine of THE ANIMALS (“House of The Rising Sun”, “We Gotta Get Out Of This Place”, “It’s My Life”


OTHER ROCK LEGENDS from the 60's/70's/80's & 90's:

  • Joey Molland of BADFINGER (“No Matter What”, “Baby Blue”, “Day After Day”, “Come & Get It”, “Without You”)

  • Earl Slick of DAVID BOWIE band (“Fame”, “Golden Years”) and JOHN LENNON Double Fantasy LP (“I’m Losing You”, “Nobody Told Me”)

  • Bernard Fowler of THE ROLLING STONES tour band (1986-2018) “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, “Street Fighting Man”

  • Pete Best of THE BEATLES (original drummer 1960-62, “Love Me Do”, “My Bonnie”)

  • RICK DERRINGER (“Rock & Roll Hootchie Koo”, “Frankenstein”, “Hang On Sloopy”)

  • Brian Ray – guitarist/bassist for PAUL McCARTNEY, and THE BAYONETS (“Crash Boom Bang”)

  • Gerry Marsden/GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS (“Ferry Cross The Mersey”, “How Do You Do It”)

  • Peter Noone of HERMAN’S HERMITS (“Henry The 8th”, “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter”)

  • AMBROSIA / Prog rock pioneers (“How Much I Feel”, “Holdin’ On To Yesterday”, “You’re The Only Woman”)

  • Phil Solem of THE REMBRANDTS (“I’ll Be There For You”/Friends TV show Theme, "Just The Way It Is, Baby")

  • Spencer Davis of the SPENCER DAVIS GROUP (“Gimme Some Lovin”, “I’m A Man”)

  • MARK HUDSON – Hudson Brothers/Grammy winning writer/producer for RINGO STARR & AEROSMITH

  • John Ford Coley, formerly of ENGLAND DAN and… (“Nights Are Forever”, “I’d Really Love To See You Tonight”)

  • THE GRASS ROOTS (“Midnight Confessions”, “Let’s Live For Today”)

  • “John & Mary” / John Lombardo and Mary Ramsey of 10,000 MANIACS (“These Are Days”, “Trouble Me”)

  • Derek St. Holmes / lead singer for TED NUGENT BAND (voice of “Stranglehold”, “Hey Baby”)

  • PAT TRAVERS Band (“Boom Boom, Out Go The Lights”, “Snortin’ Whiskey”)

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