Roy Phillips (musician)

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Roy Godfrey Phillips
Born (1941-05-05) 5 May 1941 (age 76)
Origin Parkstone, Poole, Dorset, England
Instruments Keyboards, guitar
Years active 1957 - present
Associated acts The Peddlers, The Saints, The Soundtracks
Website

royphillips.org

myspace.com/thepeddlersjazztrio
Notable instruments
Hammond organ

Roy Godfrey Phillips (born 5 May 1941, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset)[1] is a British musician. He was a member of The Soundtracks (a backing group of The Dowlands), The Saints and The Peddlers.[2] He has lived in New Zealand since 1981 and is still performing and writing music. His latest album called "Blue Groove" (2014) was produced and recorded at Roy's "Groove Room" Studios in Christchurch.

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