Stu Phillips - Singin' Stu Phillips (1966/2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 31:02 minutes | 1,18 GBStudio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover
Stuart 'Stu' Phillips is a Canadian-American Country baritone singer-songwriter from Montreal, Quebec. Known as 'The Travelling Balladeer', Phillips sang as a youth on amateur radio shows in Montreal and Verdun and at 16 worked his way west, appearing at rodeos and carnivals. Phillips performed in the USA and recorded for Columbia. Moving to Nashville in 1965, he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1967 and had several hits with RCA including 'Bracero' (1966), 'The Great El Tigre' (1966), 'Vin Rosé' (1967), and 'Juanita Jones' (1967). He also made the LPs Singin' Stu Phillips (RCA LPM-3619), Grassroots Country (RCA LSP-3717), and Our Last Rendezvous (RCA LSP-4012). In the 1970s he continued his radio, TV, and personal appearances throughout the USA and, on occasion, in Canada.