Phil Lanzon

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Phil Lanzon
Phil Lanzon of Uriah Heep.jpg
Lanzon performing in Narva (Estonia) on the "Narva Bike" show. 17 July 2010
Background information
Born (1950-03-23) 23 March 1950 (age 64)
Genres Progressive rock, hard rock, heavy metal
Occupation(s) Musician, composer
Instruments Keyboards, Vocals
Years active 1966–present
Labels RCA, Legacy Records, Regeneration Ltd, Sanctuary
Associated acts Uriah Heep, The Loose Ends, The Cats Pyamas, Romance

Phil Lanzon (born 23 March 1950) is the keyboardist for British progressive rock group Uriah Heep[1] since 1986.

Lanzon has worked with diverse performers of distinction in the rock and roll community. Both as a session musician and sideman, he has also played for Grand Prix, Grant & Forsyth, John Lawton (former Uriah Heep-member), Mick Ronson, Chris Spedding, Sweet, Paddy Goes to Holyhead and Tarracco.[2]


With Steve Glen[edit]

  • Look Left Look Right

No Doubt About It Easy Does It

With GMT[edit]

  • War Games

With Grand Prix[edit]

  • Grand Prix
  • There For None To See
  • Samurai

With Grant & Forsyth[edit]

  • Let's Dance

With John Lawton & Steve Dunning[edit]

  • Steppin' It Up (2002)

With Lionheart[edit]

  • Unearthed - Raiders of the Lost Archives

With Mick Ronson[edit]

  • Memorial Show

With Chris Spedding[edit]

  • I'm Not Like Everybody Else

With Sweet[edit]

  • Hannover Sessions
  • Live At The Marquee (live, 1989)
  • Chronology

With Paddy Goes to Holyhead[edit]

  • Green Green Grass of Home (7 inch)

With Tarracco[edit]

  • Big Bang

With Uriah Heep[edit]


  1. ^ Brinn, David (16 October 2003). "Seventies rockers keep on rocking". The Jerusalem Post. p. 24. Retrieved 18 December 2010. 
  2. ^ Hill, Gary. "Biography: Phil Lanzon". Allmusic. Retrieved 18 December 2010. 

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