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Phil Brown, classically trained on the violin, is a six-string avatar. In the early 80’s, Phil replaced guitarist Lowell George in Little Feat. Later, Phil became a celebrated song-writer for other artists – check his Discography on his website. He wrote over 270 songs which are registered in his BMI catalogue. In March 2003, two days before the Iraqui War began, Phil’s Cruel Inventions CD came out in France and sold out.
A real guitar hero-gunsliger, Phil records his fav Jimi Hendrix tunes and [the jimi project] has landed in 2006.
Charley Cross, author of the much acclaimed Kurt Kobain and Jimi Hendrix biographies, interviewed Phil about his daring and explosive interpretation of Jimi’s music – check the video interview on his website.