A Birmingham original, Paul Greene, began his Rock 'n' Roll career in 1989 with a cover band called BIG TROUBLE.
In 1993, Paul, Mike Gillespie, Steve Wain and Rob Gannon started KING FOR A DAY. A Hard Rock band playing original songs. After going through three versions of the band, they parted ways in 1998.
Paul, Mike Gillespie, Tracy Beck and Chris Campbell started SYMMETRY in 2001, playing all Rock covers. SYMMETRY was interrupted in 2007 by a KING FOR A DAY reunion.
Then when Mick Foxx and Mike Gillespie refired DRIVER in 2012, Paul was there to lay down that roaring backbeat that is a part of the signature DRIVER sound!