P. J. Phillips

Bass guitar, Bassist

1964 –


Who is P. J. Phillips?

P. J. Phillips (born 24 July 1964) is a British bass player and singer. Born Patrick Joseph O'Connor in Mile End, London, Phillips works primarily as a session musician, and has played with Vanessa-Mae (1995-2003), Tom Jones, Nina Hagen, Dolly Parton, Rod Stewart, Lisa Stansfield, Michael Ball, Then Jerico and many others. UK weekly music publication Sounds once (now out of circulation) wrongly posted his death under the heading Christian Death bass player in Death Plunge after a freak stage accident in Vienna in 1989 in which Phillips had to be revived by local paramedics.Phillips can currently (2008) be seen performing with among others Jon Regen, James Carrington, Josh Bray, Lyla DSouza, Sophie Garner, Bill Liesegang etc.

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Jul 24, 1964
Mile End General Hospital, London
  • England

on July 23, 2013


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