Burch's discography includes collaborations with artists from across styles and generations including Mark Knopfler, the Waco Brothers, Billy Bragg, R&B legend Candi Staton, Lambchop, Tim O'Brien, and Ralph Stanley. "At the risk of being impeached by the bluegrass purists,” wrote celebrated music critic Chet Flippo, “I think Burch is the best duet partner Ralph Stanley has found since his brother, Carter Stanley, died in 1966.”
Peter Guralnick, author of biographies of Elvis Presley, Sam Cooke, and Sam Phillips wrote about watching PBWPAB perform in Nashville.
I'm a Paul Burch fan. How could I not be?
How many other contemporary artists have forged a body of work of such cleverness and coherence, careful craftsmanship and white-hot heat, with all the zeal of the most dedicated student and all the passion of a true original? It’s different every night, but it never fails to achieve its purpose, what Sun Records founder Sam Phillips has deemed the unequivocal purpose of every kind of music: to lift up, to deepen, to intensify the spirit of audience and musicians alike. Listen to the music. Every time it offers the possibility that this may be the best one yet.
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