Extensive Consultation

Paul offers extensive one-on-one consultations to help you achieve your fitness and nutrition goals.

Fitness Routine

Good fitness is about more than working out- let Paul help you become truly fit.

Nutrition Routine

With a strong background in health and nutrition, Paul can guide you in creating a much healthier you.






Music Sampler



1. High School Days
2. Rock This City
3. Catch The Wind
4. Eyes
5. Born Under Fire
6. No Time
7. Dance With You
8. Walkin'



Paul Burke Music History

    Paul began teaching himself to play the acoustic guitar at age 12. As he did with weight training, Paul put in a committed one hour each day to playing. Self-taught, while listening to his record collection spinning on a late 1960’s turn-table and powered by a rebuilt amplifier, pushing the heavy rock sounds through his four homemade stereo speakers , Paul learned the heavy, thunderous power-cords of Rock Legend Pete Townshend (of The Who) ; while also learning to play more melodic songs of Lennon and McCartney.
    Paul bought his first electric guitar (a Univox, Les Paul Style) in 1972. He did learn the trumpet in high school, but never found a place for that brass instrument in his own sound as he heard and envisioned it. With a Univox guitar and a Gretch guitar amplifier; both helped Paul learn the sounds of Led Zeppelin, ZZ-Top, Hendrix and more Pete Townshend. Townsend’s Rock Opera “Tommy” inspired Paul to begin writing music at the age of fifteen. Even though none of Paul’s first songs found their way onto an album, they were the beginning of what would become a lifetime of writing, playing and singing his own songs and music.
    From 1985 until 1992, Paul played many famous Rock-clubs in both Boston and New York City. From the old black inside sound-stage of the Boston staple “The Channel” and the great sounds of “The Paradise,” to “CBGB’s and Kenny’s Castaways in New York City, Paul and his band spent many, many late nights playing to a plethora of friends, record label executives and A&R people, to thousands of people from all over the world who came to Bleaker St. in New York City where everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Bill Joel began their careers. Paul began to pick up a following and much interest from major labels including Polygram, Elektra and Atlantic. Although Paul was never signed, he was given seed money to make an album and most of those songs can be heard on his self-titled release, “No Time.”
    The CD provides the best of Paul Burke and his band. With nostalgic songs such “High School Days,” to “Eyes,” his song writing ability and arrangement knowledge are impressive for a guy who was a bodybuilder and an actor first; a musician and song writer second.    
    One listen and you will be playing it over and over. From his experiences of sailing in the Maxi-Boast World Championships (and with Bill Koch’s America’s Cup Team); to the hollow, creepy sounds of guitar riddle song of an attack on the Lakota Indians by the 7th Calvary, Paul’s songs have deep meaning, are spiritual by nature and give new meaning to some good old rock-and-roll.