James Phillips (Canadian musician)

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James Phillips
Origin Tyne Valley, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Occupation(s) Multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer
Associated acts Saddle River Stringband, the James Phillips Trio, Sweetheart Jim and the Brothers Grim, The New Drifts, La Funk 6

James Phillips is a Canadian multi-instrumentalist, producer and engineer hailing from Tyne Valley, Prince Edward Island. He has performed as a member of a number of Island acts including the Saddle River Stringband, the James Phillips Trio, Sweetheart Jim and the Brothers Grim, The New Drifts, La Funk 6, and more. He has also worked with an assortment of maritime artists including Catherine MacLellan and Nathan Wiley. He has won an ECMA for his work on Saddle River’s self-titled debut[1] as well as a PEI Music Award for Best Bluegrass Recording & Best New Artist (Saddle River String Band).[2]

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