Paul Snook originally left England partly as a tax exile and partly to be closer to the music he loved, namely the music of black America.
He had talks with American radio stations in Los Angles & New Orleans but could not reach a satisfactory arrangement with either of them (too many college students ready to work on radio for next to nothing).
After a brief period in Atlanta & New York importing Sound & Lighting equipment for the American disco scene which was in its infancy he became a real estate investor and settled in Cleveland, Ohio.
Cleveland is the home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum where Paul is a “Docent” (expert volunteer). He is now semi retired and lives on a sail boat during the summer and in an apartment during the winter. Interestingly the family tradition continues with his elder daughter who is also a Radio & Club DJ.