Born to Wait
Your Red Wagon
Sundown Is A Lonesome Time
I'm Your Daddy Now
Baby, I Ain't Gotta Do That No More
Electric Hawaiian Steel Paul Niehaus
Producer Paul Burch
Recording and Balance Mark Nevers, Hank Tilbury
Cover Photo Jim Herrington
Design, Additional Photographs Bruno Boussard
Pan American Flash
Recorded live in the studio for a little over $1,000, Pan American Flash was the first album produced during the "Lower Broadway" honky tonk revival which included BR549, Greg Garing, and other artists whose late night unbridled performances brought live music back to the once-abandoned honky tonks in downtown Nashville.
Billboard Chet Flippo
Extraordinary … establishing Burch as a leader in marrying country’s roots tradition with a modern sensibility.
Everyday I wish cool guys like this would rise up and smite the evil pretenders to country music.
Top 10 Country Albums of the 90s
Steve Goodhue filmed his wedding at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge
in 1995 and asked PB and Paul Niehaus to perform in the back
room. This is the only known film that captures the look
of the famed honky tonk as it was when the "Lower Broadway
Revival" began in August 1994.