getphilvotedin

getphilvotedin

A podcast series dedicated to why Phil Collins Should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a Solo Artist). Featuring a variety of guests including professional musicians who toured with Phil, authors who wrote about him, technical experts who worked with or for him and even some super-fans. https://getphilvotedin.com

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September 18, 2022 106 min

In this episode, I get to talk with the spectacular singer/actor/performer, Connie Jackson. 

Connie is best known in the Phil Collins world for her work singing backing vocals on the 2004 - 05 First Final Farewell Tour, and on the 2010 Going Back Tour. She also sang on the Going Back record, something she talks about in the interview. 

Connie is also an accomplished actress on TV, the stage and in films. She has been a regular recurr...

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In this episode, I visit with Brad "Munchie" Marsh, Phil Collins'  long time drum tech. Brad shares his experiences and opinions as only he can do having been Phil's 'right-hand' man...literally. Brad is a right-hander and Phil's a lefty, so we talk about that, and so much more. Learn where the kick-drum kitty came from and where it is today,  Brad's belief that The Farm Studio's house is haunted...

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In this episode, Brad Cole, longtime keyboardist for Phil Collins' solo bands talks about all things Phil; including his opinion about why Phil Collins should be recognized by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for his significant contribution to music as a solo artist. 

He also shares stories about working with Frank Zappa and Donny & Marie, among others, shares a moving story about Tony Bennett and does a great impression of...

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In this episode, Brad Cole, longtime keyboardist for Phil Collins' solo bands talks about all things Phil; including his opinion about why Phil Collins should be recognized by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for his significant contribution to music as a solo artist. 

He also shares stories about working with Frank Zappa and Donny & Marie, among others, shares a moving story about Tony Bennett and does a great impression of...

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Singer, Songwriter, Actor… Artist.     
That’s Lamont Van Hook and we are thrilled to have him as a guest on getphilvotedin, The Podcast.

We sat down with Lamont in July 2022 to talk about what he’s currently working on, including a new record of Country music, “with groove” due out in 2023, and all things Phil Collins. Learn Lamont’s favorite Phil solo song, who played ding-dong ditch on him on tour, what happened the first time h...

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We are so pleased to share our first episode of #getphilvotedin, The Podcast! We had the pleasure of talking with the tremendously talented, Leland Sklar, July 11, 2022. This video podcast via Zoom with Leland was from his hotel room in Davenport, Iowa while on tour with Lyle Lovett and His Large band.

Leland was Phil's solo-music bass player since  No Jacket Required in 1985, and worked with him through the Not Dead Yet Tour. ...

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