Happy New Year Everybody wants to be a pioneer But no one seems to know what we're doing here The resolutions going round Happy birthday There's no better time to have it your way Time to take a shot and watch it ricochet Sing the words and hear the sound Put your hands in the air Let them know you don't care Stand up and tell them all NO Show them where they can go Happy anniversary We all know it feels more like a century Bound by nicotine and fucking coffee See ya on the battleground Happy holidays Will someone tell me please who the winner is Something in me tells me this is Genesis Count the votes and gather round Put your hands in the air Let them know you don't care Get up and tell them all NO Show them where they can go Everyone around the world Let your freaky flags unfurl Every boy and every girl Has the power—take back the world
Was great having my duo partner Susy join me on a few songs during this concert in Norderstedt, Germany.
Rehearsing for my 23 February show at SPD Podium.
I’m a big Johnny Cash fan and I used to do this song when I was a kid. Lost track of it for a while there but now it’s back in my life and happy in my live set. 🙂 It was over 90 degrees today! Puh…
In this clip, Kamary Phillips is performing RING OF FIRE live, in a North Carolina garage.
Here’s a clip from my last concert at a fine establishment in Hamburg Germany, called Herr Schmöll! If you’re ever there, make sure you say hello to Kirsche, Atti and Marjaan!
Here’s a video for your enjoyment from a live show in Glendale. My first ever there! Thanks again to JR MacDonald for playing Cajon.
“I Feel Good” James Brown vs Kamary Phillips
Here’s a video from my first concert in Glendale, CA at a fine wine establishment called LEFT COAST WINE BAR. I have several clips coming your way so come back around!
Here’s some AUDIO for your enjoyment from last nights killer show. Thanks again to JR MacDonald for stepping up last minute on Cajon. Nothing worse than someone leaving you hanging.
Expect video sometime next week for sure!
“N Word” performed by Kamary Phillips and JR MacDonald