Philip Fisher

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Philip Fisher may refer to:

  • Philip Fisher (1596–1652), a.k.a. Thomas Copley, English religious leader
  • Philip Arthur Fisher (1907–2004), entrepreneur & author
  • Philip "Fish", Fisher (fl. c. 1980), American musician, member of band Fishbone
  • Philip Fisher (died 1776), Bristol architect who designed Shire Hall, Monmouth
  • Philip Edward Fisher (born 1979), British classical pianist
  • Philip Fisher (author) (born 1941), author and academic in English literature at Harvard University
  • Philip (Phil) Fisher was born in 1951 in Hackney London. At 14 he attended an audition for 60's songwriting duo John Carter and Ken Lewis and went to work at Southern Music in Denmark Street as a guitarist and session musician. He played on many 60's and 70's hit records worked as a consultant with many record companies including Virgin Records and worked closely with Jonathan King at UK Records, eventually forming FisherVarnon Artist Management and becoming Managing Director of Universe Records in afiliation to Falcon Records GBH in Hamburg. In the 70/80's he was a member of Complexxian and Wavelength and had a hit with a song Hurry Home.