Phillip Phillips

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Phillip Phillips
Phillip Phillips Live at Walmart Soundcheck, December 2013.jpg
Phillips at the Walmart Soundcheck, December 2013
Background information
Birth name Phillip LaDon Phillips Jr.
Born (1990-09-20) September 20, 1990 (age 27)
Albany, Georgia, U.S.
Origin Leesburg, Georgia, U.S.
Genres
Occupation(s)
Instruments
Years active 2009–present
Labels
Website www.phillipphillips.com

Phillip LaDon Phillips Jr. (born September 20, 1990)[1] is an American singer and songwriter who won the eleventh season of American Idol on May 23, 2012. His coronation song, "Home," released after his win, became the all time best selling song from American Idol,[2] his debut album The World from the Side of the Moon was released on November 19, 2012. His second album, Behind the Light, was released on May 19, 2014. His third album, Collateral was released January 19, 2018.

Early life[edit]

Phillips was born in Albany, Georgia,[3] to Sheryl (Jacks) and Phillip LaDon "Donnie" Phillips, Sr., and moved to Leesburg, Georgia when he was 12.[4][5][6] He has two older sisters, LaDonna, the eldest, and Lacey.[7] Phillips grew up in Sasser and Leesburg, and attended Lee County High School.[8][9][10] He graduated from Albany Technical College with a major in Industrial Systems Technology, but missed the graduation ceremony due to his obligations to American Idol.[11] Prior to appearing on American Idol, he worked at his family's pawn shop.[12]

Phillips started playing music, particularly the guitar,[13] when he was 14. He was mentored by his long-time friend and brother-in-law, Benjamin Neil, whom he credits for piquing his interest in music;[14] in 2009, he formed the Phillip Phillips Band with Neil and another brother-in-law, Todd Urick, and performed in various local venues and events.[15] He won a local singing competition, "Albany Star," in 2010.[16]

Phillips' favorite singer is Jonny Lang, and other favorites include John Butler, Dave Matthews and Damien Rice,[17] and he also enjoyed Mumford & Sons and Tool.[14] He grew up mainly listening to '60s and '70s music like Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin;[13] "Then as I got older I found Damien Rice and Dave Matthews and John Butler, which is what really set it off for me in terms of finding my voice as a musician."[13] He has described his music as "jazz and rock alternative sound."[18]

Prior to trying out for American Idol, he also auditioned on the second season of America's Got Talent.[19]

American Idol[edit]

Overview[edit]

Phillips auditioned in Savannah, Georgia,[20] he sang "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder.[20][21] The judges then asked him to perform a second song with his guitar, and he performed Michael Jackson's "Thriller."[20][21] He advanced to the Hollywood rounds,[20] and later to the Las Vegas round.[22] On February 23, 2012, Phillips was chosen as one of the Top 25 semi-finalists,[23] and was then voted into the Top 13.[10][24]

His performance style on the show has been compared to Dave Matthews, and he covered one of his songs, "The Stone," in the competition.[25] When asked about Phillips' imitation of his style, Dave Matthews said: "More power to him, I don't mind," and added "He should kick my ass, [then] maybe I can retire and he can take over my band."[26] Mentor Stevie Nicks said Phillips would have been good enough to join Fleetwood Mac back in 1975, after his performance of Jonny Lang's Still Rainin, which he received a standing ovation from the judges. [27]

After the Top 13 performance night, Phillips was taken to a doctor for possible kidney stones,[28][29] he had eight procedures while he was on Idol, and considered quitting the show due to the pain.[30][31]

For his Top 3 performance, Phillips sang Bob Seger's "We've Got Tonight." For Top 4, he did a cover of Damien Rice's Volcano - which has been heralded as one of the best American Idol performances of all time.[32] As the sole contestant who was never in jeopardy of elimination in any week of the competition, Phillips became the winner on the finale against Jessica Sanchez after a record-breaking 132 million votes were cast,[33][34] his coronation song, "Home," was released after his performance, and had the biggest digital sales week for any Idol winner's coronation song.[35][36]

American Idol season 11 performances and results
Episode Theme Song choice Original artist Order # Result
Audition Auditioner's Choice "Superstition" Stevie Wonder N/A Advanced
"Thriller" Michael Jackson
Hollywood 1 First Solo "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" James Brown
Hollywood 2 Group Performance "Broken Strings"
with Heejun Han, Richie Law and Jairon Jackson
James Morrison feat. Nelly Furtado
Hollywood 3 Second Solo "Wicked Game" Chris Isaak
Las Vegas Songs of the 1950s
Group Performance
"I Only Have Eyes for You"
with Neco Starr, Jairon Jackson and Heejun Han
Dick Powell & Ruby Keeler
Final Judgment Final Solo "Nice & Slow" Usher
Top 25 (13 Men) Personal Choice "In the Air Tonight" Phil Collins 9
Top 13 Stevie Wonder "Superstition" Stevie Wonder 13 Safe
Top 11 Year They Were Born "Hard to Handle" Otis Redding 1
Top 10 Billy Joel "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" Billy Joel 6
Top 9 Their Personal Idols Trio "Landslide" / "Edge of Seventeen" / "Don't Stop"
with Colton Dixon & Elise Testone
Fleetwood Mac / Stevie Nicks 3
Solo "Still Rainin'" Jonny Lang 9
Top 8 Songs from the 1980s Solo "That's All" Genesis 4
Duet "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around"
with Elise Testone
Stevie Nicks & Tom Petty 8
Top 7 Songs from the 2010s Duet "Somebody That I Used to Know"
with Elise Testone
Gotye feat. Kimbra 3
Solo "Give a Little More" Maroon 5 8
Top 71 Songs from Now & Then "U Got It Bad" Usher 4
"In the Midnight Hour" Wilson Pickett 11
Top 6 Queen "Fat Bottomed Girls" Queen 5
Contestant's Choice "The Stone" Dave Matthews Band 11
Top 5 Songs from the 1960s Solo "The Letter" The Box Tops 2
Duet "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"
with Joshua Ledet
The Righteous Brothers 4
British Pop "Time of the Season" The Zombies 8
Top 4 California Dreamin' Solo "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" Creedence Clearwater Revival 1
Duet "This Love"
with Joshua Ledet
Maroon 5 5
Quartet "Waiting for a Girl Like You"
with Hollie Cavanagh, Joshua Ledet & Jessica Sanchez
Foreigner 7
Songs They Wish They'd Written "Volcano" Damien Rice 8
Top 3 Judges' Choice "Beggin'" The Four Seasons 3
Contestant's Choice "Disease" Matchbox Twenty 6
Jimmy Iovine's Choice "We've Got Tonight" Bob Seger 9
Finale Simon Fuller's Choice "Stand by Me" Ben E. King 2 Winner
Favorite Performance "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" Billy Joel 4
Winner's Single "Home" Phillip Phillips 6
  • ^Note 1 Due to the judges using their one save on Jessica Sanchez, the Top 7 remained intact for another week.

Music career[edit]

Phillips at the American Idols Live! Tour in Seattle, July 2012

After winning American Idol, Phillips went on the American Idol LIVE Tour from July to September with the rest of the Top 10 finishers of season 11. He performed the National Anthem at the opening game of the 2012 World Series on October 24, 2012,[37] on November 15, he joined forces with the PS22 chorus of Staten Island for a concert to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.[38] He also performed at the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on December 6, 2012.[39]

Phillips' coronation song, "Home," was a great success with sales of over 5 million copies in the US,[40] it has been used in NBC's coverage of the Olympics, L.A. Marathon, various commercials, film trailers, and TV shows.[41] He performed "Home" on the PBS Independence Day celebration TV special, A Capitol 4th.[42] He appeared at the 83rd MLB All-Star Game held at Kansas City on July 10 and sang his coronation song.[43] On October 9, 2012, he joined other musicians in the One World concert held in Syracuse University to honor the Dalai Lama,[44] he also performed "Home" on the CNN Heroes special aired on December 2, 2012,[45] and the CBS's A Home for the Holidays on December 19, 2012.[46]

Phillip has performed on The Today Show and Good Morning America Concert Series, Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Live With Kelly, The View, Conan. He has also appeared on the American Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards.[47]

Phillip Phillips made the Forbes Highest Earning American Idol list each of the three years he was qualified. For the list published in January 2014 and January 2015, he ranked #3. For the list published January 2016, he ranked #4[48][49][50]

2012–13: The World from the Side of the Moon[edit]

Phillips released his debut album, The World from the Side of the Moon, on November 19, 2012.[51][52] The album was produced by Gregg Wattenberg, with Phillips writing or co-writing the majority of the disc.[51] On November 6, 2012, "Where We Came From" was released in advance of the album as a free download on pre-order and for sale,[53] the album debuted at No. 4 in the Billboard 200 with sales of 169,000 copies,[54] and was certified Platinum by RIAA in August 2013.[55]

In January 2013, Phillip Phillips appeared on the cover of Billboard magazine with Interscope Records founder and CEO and American Idol mentor Jimmy Iovine.[56]

On January 29, 2013, Phillips began a tour in North America as the opening act for Matchbox Twenty,[57][58] he also headlined ten college dates in January with a four-piece acoustic band, and a further college tour with an electric band from March through May after his tour with Matchbox Twenty.[36] Nine of his college tour dates however were postponed due to his continuing health issue.[59] From July 6 to October 5, 2013, he toured as the opening act for John Mayer's Born and Raised World Tour,[60] followed by his own college tour and then further dates with John Mayer until December 17.[61] He also performed at the international music festival Rock in Rio, in Rio de Janeiro on September 21, the same day as John Mayer and Bruce Springsteen.[62] In 2014, a solo tour of Canada was also scheduled, as well as other dates in the US.[63]

The third single released from the album was "Where We Came From."[64]

"Gone, Gone, Gone" from the album was released as a single on February 11, 2013. Phillips performed the song live on the March 14, 2013 edition of American Idol. "Gone, Gone, Gone" was also used as the twelfth season's "send-off" song, played as the backing track for the montages that highlight each week's eliminated finalist. The song was also used in the film, The Amazing Spider Man-2[47]

Phillip Phillips capped off 2013 with a nomination from the American Music Awards for Best New Artist. He joined Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood as the only American Idol winners to receive this nomination.[65]

2014–15: Behind the Light[edit]

Phillips performing in 2014

In March 2013, Phillips stated that he was "always writing" and that his second studio album would be released sometime in 2014,[66] the album, Behind the Light, was released on May 19, 2014.[67] The debut single, "Raging Fire," from his second album was released digitally on March 3, 2014, the song was featured in the National Hockey League's Playoffs. The Spotlights air on Local Television stations and networks such as NBC and NHL Network's in the United States and Canada.[68] Phillips received his first BMI pop music song writing award for "Raging Fire".[69] A promotional single, "Fly," was released alongside the album's pre-order on April 22, 2014.[70]

Phillips toured with O.A.R. in the summer of 2014.[71] He also launched the Behind The Light Fall Tour 2014 in the U.S. to support his second album.[72]

The second single released from the album was "Unpack Your Heart." The song was featured in the Ram 1500 trucks TV commercial, which premiered at 2014 American Music Awards.[73]

In January 2015, Phillips filed a lawsuit against his label 19 Recordings, calling the producers manipulative and "oppressive."[74] In June 2017, Phillips settled the dispute with the show's producers.[75]

2016[edit]

On April 7, 2016 Phillips returned to the American Idol stage for the series finale and performed a tribute to David Bowie with four other "WGWG" (White Guy with Guitar) winners; David Cook, Kris Allen, Lee Dewyze, Nick Fradiani.[76] Former Idol Judge Simon Cowell said Phillip Phillips was the only contestant he liked after he left the show.[77] Jennifer Lopez, who was a judge on Season 11, revealed that Phillips is her favorite American Idol winner - he is the one she listens to and stays abreast of his career.[78]

He performed at the 2016 Invictus Games Closing Ceremony in Orlando, FL on May 12, 2016.[79]

On June 17, 2016, Phillips started a co-headlining tour with Matt Nathanson at the San Diego County Fair that included concerts Las Vegas, Cincinnati, New York City and Asbury Park and ending on August 13 at the Wisconsin State Fair. Opening for them was the band A Great Big World and singer song writer Eric Hutchinson.[80]

2017–present: Collateral[edit]

During summer 2017, Phillips was the opening act on the Live Nation Goo Goo Dolls' Long Way Home tour.[81]

On October 18, 2017, Phillips performed at the CMT Artists of The Year awards where he did a cover of Sam Hunt's Body Like A Back Road, which won Song of the Year.[82]

Phillips released his third album era single, "Miles" on August 11, 2017, through 19R/Interscope,[83] he has been working on his third album.[84]

Phillips third studio album, Collateral was released January 19, 2018. Producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Foo Fighters) has been Phillips' primary collaborator, but he's also worked with Nathan Chapman, Jon Nite, John Paul White and Todd Clark, with whom he wrote the singles "Gone" and "Raging Fire." He launched "The Magnetic Tour" beginning February 9, 2018 to April 14, 2018 with over 40 shows to support the album.[85]

In the Summer 2018, Phillips will on the road headlining his solo tour and a co-headlining tour with Gavin DeGraw with over 30 shows planned.[86]

Acting[edit]

In January 2018, Phillips appeared in an episode of Hawaii Five-0, playing a diamond smuggler.[87]

Personal life[edit]

Phillips has suffered from a congenital kidney condition that produces stones.[88] Soon after American Idol finished, he had the kidney stones removed as well as reconstructive surgery done on his kidney.[89]

On December 26, 2014, Phillips announced his engagement to girlfriend Hannah Blackwell.[90] The two were married at the Resora Plantation in Albany, Georgia in front of 250 of their closest friends and family on October 24, 2015.[91]

In addition to his singing career he has lent his talents to organizations such as the Sarah foundation and the Gibson flood relief campaign.[92] as well as the ambassador for Brave Beginnings.[93] He has also supported DoSomething, National Park Foundation, NCIRE - the Veterans Health Research Institute, Save The Music Foundation, Habitat for Humanity.[94]

Discography[edit]

Tours[edit]

Headliner/Co-headliner

  • Phillip Phillips College Tour Spring 2013
  • Phillip Phillips Canada Tour Spring 2014
  • Phillip Phillips and O.A.R. Summer Tour 2014
  • Phillip Phillips Behind The Light Fall Tour 2014
  • Phillip Phillips and Matt Nathanson Summer 2016
  • Phillip Phillips The Magnetic Tour Spring 2018
  • Phillip Phillips Headliner/Co-headliner with Gavin DeGraw Summer 2018

Opening act

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice Love Song "Home" Nominated
Choice Music: Breakout Artist Himself
2013 World Music Awards World's Best Song "Home"
World's Best Male Artist Himself
Billboard Music Awards Top Rock Song "Home"
Top Rock Album The World from the Side of the Moon
MuchMusic Video Awards[95] International Video of the Year - Artist "Home"
Teen Choice Awards Choice Male Artist Himself
Choice Rock Song "Gone, Gone, Gone"
American Music Awards New Artist of the Year Himself
2014 BMI Pop Music Awards Award-Winning Songs - "Raging Fire" Songwriter Won

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