Jennings’s remarkable technical facility brings out color and nuance on a range of hand drums, thundering one moment, fluttering like a hummingbird’s wings the next.
— The Boston Globe

Paul Jennings is a drummer and percussionist based in Minneapolis, MN. Paul's 20 year career in the music industry has taken him around the world performing in over 25 countries. From sell-out runs on Broadway, New York to major sporting events in Hong Kong and Bahrain, with a diverse range of artists including Jethro Tull, Red Hot Chilli Pipers, and James Devine (world's fastest tap dancer, Guinness World Records).

Paul has been recognized for his work in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and Modern Drummer, and has performed on many primetime television networks including The BBC, ABC, WNBC, PBS, and CBC. In 2016 Paul was a featured performer at the Hal Leonard booth at the NAMM Show alongside legendary musicians including Victor Wooten, and Billy Sheehan.

Paul is the author of two best-selling percussion method books, Hal Leonard Cajon Method and Hal Leonard Djembe Method, and is the founder of PlayCajon, one of the world's most popular lesson websites for learning cajon with over 30,000 YouTube subscribers. 

At one point Mr. Jennings uses a typewriter as his instrument; at another, spoons, pots and pans
— The New York Times

Performed with: Jethro Tull / Red Hot Chilli Pipers / Molly Dean / Keri Noble / Treacherous Orchestra / Tapeire / Croft No. Five / Old Blind Dogs / Capercaillie Wolfstone / Shooglenifty / and more.

Notable Performances: Live with Kelly Ripa / Grand Prix (Bahrain) / Rugby 7s World Cup (Hong Hong) / New Victory Theatre (Broadway, NYC) / Rock For People Festival (Czech Republic) / Rider Cup (Chicago)