Date: Friday 30th August 2019
As a singer-songwriter, Phil King has the whole Trinity: a beautiful, soulful singing voice; deft skills at playing the guitar and the capacity to write elegantly worded and powerful songs.
His latest studio album The Wreckage received excellent media attention with Radio 2’s Bob Harris describing him as “Absolutely Brilliant” and a “Song Weaver”.
Last year saw the release of his new album “Phil King – Live” recorded live at Bristol’s Wardrobe Theatre.
“Always lyrical, tuneful and emotional, lovers of the darker side of folk and roots-based music will find plenty to enjoy.” – R2 Rock’n’Reel Magazine.
“Stunningly Beautiful, The Wreckage should expand his profile considerably.” – Folk Radio UK.
“Phil’s songs are couched in the simple language of truth.” – Fatea Magazine.Tickets are non-refundable.
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