Paul Burch (born 1966) is a Washington, D.C.-born musician, songwriter and producer. Burch moved to Nashville in the early '90s where he began singing in the city's '50s-era honky tonks, garnering the attention of Marianne Faithfull and Chet Atkins. Burch's shows and the Lower Broadway scene garnered national attention and a feature in Billboard which led to a record deal. In 1998, Burch released his first album, Pan-America Flash on the independent Checkered Past label. This album was voted the fifth best country album of the 1990s by Amazon.