Phillip Phillips was back in Chicago this past Monday, July 24th. As do all his shows in support of the Goo Goo Dolls this summer, there was a VIP event before his opening set. Phillip performed two songs and answered questions in between the music. Among the things he discussed are a possible release date for the new album and how he manages to keep a positive attitude during difficult times…Take a look at the full video of the VIP event below!
Last night, a few lucky fans had the chance to see Phillip Phillips and Dave Eggar perform an acoustic set as part of Fresh Fall Fest 2016.
The annual event, hosted by Fresh 102.7 New York, took place at the historic Beacon Theatre in New York, NY. OneRepublic and singer/songwriter Mike Posner were also part of the lineup.
Earlier, Phillip joined Christine Richie from Fresh 102.7 New York to talk about the show and answer some questions about his upcoming 3rd album. Among other things, Phillip confirmed that the album is done and that a new single should be released in the “next few weeks.” Take a look at the interview below!
Check out some more photos from last night below and of Phillip’s last visit to Fresh 102.7 at the link!
Phillip Phillips is keeping busy in preparation for the release of his third album later this fall. Last night, he performed as part of the Oro Valley Music Festival, in Oro Valley, Arizona. Phillip played an hour long acoustic set and was accompanied by his guitarist Nate Mercereau.
Check out some photos and partial audio from the show, below!
Unpack Your Heart
Don’t Tell Me
Where We Came From
Gone Gone Gone
Paranoid Android (Radiohead cover)
Dance with Me
Thanks Jonathan Frahm and Lacy Broderick.
Audio from the show
Last night Phillip Phillips played a touching and heartfelt acoustic set at the Closing Ceremony for the 2nd Invictus Games. Held for the first time in 2014 in London, England, the 2016 Invictus Games took place in Orlando, Florida, and brought close to 500 athletes from 14 countries–all active or veteran Service men and women–to celebrate their unconquered spirit.Continue Reading →
Phillip Phillips called in today for a quick chat with radio host Mario Lopez on his show “On With Mario Lopez.” In the interview Phillip revealed a few details about his third album (he has been working on it for the last several months), his upcoming summer tour, and recent addition as one of the musical acts taking part in the 2016 Invictus Games.
The Invictus Games are an international sporting event for wounded, ill, and injured Service men and women – both active duty and veteran. Founded by HRH Prince Harry, the first Invictus Games were held in 2014 in London. The 2016 Games will take place May 8 – 12, 2016 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. Phillip will play on May 12 as part of the Closing Ceremony.
Listen to the interview below!
And click here to learn more and buy tickets for the Games.
It may have been one of Phillip Phillips’ most special shows to date, and for more reasons than one. Last Friday Phillip performed as part of Music=Change, a fundraising event for Mission Change, a non-profit organization that promotes deep community change from “your own backyard.” Based in Albany, GA, Mission Change was co-founded by Phillip’s own sister La Donna Urick, so Phillip’s contribution to the event was truly fitting and special. The fundraising concert featured a number of local bands in addition to Phillip, and helped highlight some of the organization’s accomplishments in the community.
The event also marked Phillip’s first home town performance since his Home Town visit during Idol back in 2012, which meant that Phillip played not only for fans and supporters of Mission Change, but also for many of his friends and family. For the special occasion Phillip brought along his acoustic guitar duo partner Errol Cooney, who helped him play a amazingly passionate set for the 2000-plus audience.
Click here to learn more about Mission Change.
And if you haven’t yet done so, check out Phillip and Errol’s incredible acoustic set below.
Videos by Lea P.
Photo credit: Albany Herald