We booked Paul for a 60th Birthday party and he was truly amazing! Paul put on a fantastic performance and everybody loved him! We would highly recommend – very professional and talented
Mixing soul, reggae, Motown and rhythm & blues along with a healthy dose of ballads from across the decades, Paul Sylvester electrifies audiences wherever he performs with his amazing voice. Paul also offers a flawless tribute to the velvet voice of Nat King Cole, performing timeless classics like “Paper Moon”, “Smile”, “When I Fall In Love” and more.
Top professional Act. Paul has his audiences in the palm of his hand from the very first song. Always a winning show.
I first saw PAUL SYLVESTER perform in 1992. I was very impressed by his presentation, the quality, resonance and power of his voice, also his smart appearance and his personality.
I booked him for a summer season to appear in Cabaret, in Hotels, Holiday Centres and the occasional Theatre engagement.
The response from my clients was most encouraging.
His act possesses versatility of content from his large repertoire, appealing to all tastes. When required he does creditable tributes of stars such as Nat. King Cole and Lionel Richie.
His Popularity has increased during the ensuing years. His talents and charm have taken him to prestige engagements throughout the whole UK and overseas including, the Caribbean and most leading Cruise Companies.
Since my retirement from the entertainments business in 1997 I have followed his career with interest. He has maintained the very highest standards of professionalism required for continued success. I, like many others, hold him with the esteem he so richly deserves.
PAUL SYLVESTER is undoubtedly a seasoned professional, his charisma and charm was apparent from the moment the curtains opened. Impeccably dressed, Paul wowed the audience with his rendition of Unchained Melody that was greeted with ferocious applause. With soul and Motown material a given, Paul also has a Nat King Cole songbook show and a Lionel Richie songbook show, both of which I’d be keen to explore.