Born and raised outside Boston, Massachusetts, Paul DiGiovanni first entered the music industry as the lead guitarist for pop-rock band Boys Like Girls. He spent more than ten years performing, touring, and recording for the multi-platinum band on Columbia Records. Boys Like Girls enjoyed major commercial success, including 6 consecutive charting Top 40 radio singles (“Two Is Better Than One” feat. Taylor Swift, “Love Drunk,” “The Great Escape,” “Hero/Heroine,” “Thunder,” “Heart Heart Heartbreak”).
Now, Paul calls Nashville home and has earned his place as one of the most sought-after songwriter/producers in town. In 2017, Paul earned his first #1 song with Dan + Shay’s “How Not To.” "It's the biggest dream of mine coming true, and I'm just waiting for it to all to sink in” says DiGiovanni in a 2017 Billboard article.
Not only has Paul honed his songwriting talent, but he has also produced country artists including Adam Hambrick, Brandon Lay, Mitchell Tenpenny, and Jordan Davis. In 2018, Paul achieved his first #1 song as a producer with Jordan Davis’ smash “Singles You Up.” In addition to writing with and producing country artists, Paul has become a frequent collaborator with legendary record producer Scott Hendricks. Paul has programmed and done additional production on several Warner Music Nashville albums, for artist including Michael Ray, Chris Janson, and Blake Shelton (including songs on his If I’m Honest and Texoma Shore albums).
Paul also has writing credit on Justin Moore’s touching military tribute, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” which is currently climbing the charts.