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A podcast series dedicated to why Phil Collins Should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a Solo Artist). Featuring a variety of guests including professional musicians who toured with Phil, authors who wrote about him, technical experts who worked with or for him and even some super-fans. https://getphilvotedin.com

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A podcast series dedicated to why Phil Collins Should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a Solo Artist). Featuring a variety of guests including professional musicians who toured with Phil, authors who wrote about him, technical experts who worked with or for him and even some super-fans. https://getphilvotedin.com

    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast Episode 6 - Paul Flattery

    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast Episode 6 - Paul Flattery

    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast is back with Episode 6 featuring the most incredible guest to date, Producer Paul Flattery. Paul is the man behind almost every Phil Collins and Genesis music video, documentary, live concert film and TV Special ever made. Starting with Easy Lover in 1982 through Phil's videos for the Brother Bear movie in 2003, Paul gives listeners the inside scoop and behind the scenes stories about the making of these videos and more! 

    For nearly 12 years with over 70 projects for Phil Collins and Genesis, Producer Paul Flattery, along with his business partner, Director Jim Yukich, made the videos, music movies, documentaries  and TV specials that live in the hearts of Phil Collins and Genesis fans to this day. Award-winning, innovative and groundbreaking, the work Flattery and Yukich did is now the stuff of legend. 

    Paul Flattery has produced nearly every major music superstar you can think of from The Rolling Stones, to David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Crosby Still Nash and so many more. He also has produced, and is still producing iconic TV specials and award shows including the Daytime Emmys, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, VH1 Honors, Kids Choice Awards, The Miss America Pageant, American Cinemateque Awards, and so many more. 

    Paul is a true legend in the industry and to say it is a thrill to bring you this interview is an understatement. Because we speak about videos, this interview may also be enjoyed as a Videocast where you can see snippets of videos interspersed, documentary-style,  of what is being discussed, along with never-before-seen behind the scenes photos. Check out the #getphilvotedin YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjYzp-uIEmC-H41ABCtHa5w to view the video version of this fantastic interview. 

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    • 2 hr 18 min
    #getphillvotedin, The Podcast Episode 5 - Connie Jackson

    #getphillvotedin, The Podcast Episode 5 - Connie Jackson

    In this episode, I get to talk with the spectacular singer/actor/performer, Connie Jackson. 

    Connie is best known in the Phil Collins world for her work singing backing vocals on the 2004 - 05 First Final Farewell Tour, and on the 2010 Going Back Tour. She also sang on the Going Back record, something she talks about in the interview. 

    Connie is also an accomplished actress on TV, the stage and in films. She has been a regular recurring guest star on the TV show NCIS for the last 10 years, appeared in many hit shows like Weeds, This is US and 9-1-1, to name a few. She  was in the Broadway revival of Dreamgirls on the stage, and is currently beginning a new film project with a multi-Academy Award-winning Director. 

    In this episode we learn a bit about Connie and lots about her time working with the incredible, Phil Collins. She shares her perspective on all things Phil, and why she believes that he belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a Solo Artist.

    Enjoy!

    A side note; My dear friend and co-host, Kathy Steffen, has had to take time away from the podcasts for personal reasons related to family health.  She promises to return when possible, and hopes you are all enjoying the interviews. 

    • 1 hr 46 min
    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast Episode 4 - Brad "Munchie" Marsh

    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast Episode 4 - Brad "Munchie" Marsh

    In this episode, I visit with Brad "Munchie" Marsh, Phil Collins'  long time drum tech. Brad shares his experiences and opinions as only he can do having been Phil's 'right-hand' man...literally. Brad is a right-hander and Phil's a lefty, so we talk about that, and so much more. Learn where the kick-drum kitty came from and where it is today,  Brad's belief that The Farm Studio's house is haunted, Brad's favorite Phil solo song (hint Daryl Stuermer helped write it), the recipe for Phil's swamp water tea, how Brad helped move Phil's model train collection, and much, much more. Enjoy! By the way at about the 1:40 mark the podcast seems to end. Well Brad and I picked up a day later for a short few things we'd forgotten to cover, so when it seems like it's ending, keep listening! :-) You will hear all  about Phil's tea and more! 

    I also wanted to note that because I use Zoom to record, and the interview subject and I can see each other, a few times during the interview Brad and I will talk about something in the room or he will hold something up to the camera. I will screen shot those things and share them on the Phil Collins Should Be in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (as a solo artist) Facebook page and on https://getphilvotedin.com website.  
    This link https://getphilvotedin.com/podcast-%26-youtube
     will take you directly to the page for the screenshots, scroll all the way down. 

    And one last note. I mistakenly refer to Phil's first time singing for Genesis in concert as having occurred in 1975, the correct year is 1976. (March 26, 1976, London, Ontario). 

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    • 2 hr
    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast - Episode 3 Brad Cole (Part 2)

    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast - Episode 3 Brad Cole (Part 2)

    In this episode, Brad Cole, longtime keyboardist for Phil Collins' solo bands talks about all things Phil; including his opinion about why Phil Collins should be recognized by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for his significant contribution to music as a solo artist. 

    He also shares stories about working with Frank Zappa and Donny & Marie, among others, shares a moving story about Tony Bennett and does a great impression of Milton Berle -- you HAVE to listen to find out more!

    We talk about Howard Stern, Genesis and of course all sorts of Phil tidbits... this is a DO NOT miss interview. It was so good--we have 2 segments! 

    Enjoy!

    • 1 hr 10 min
    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast - Episode 3 Brad Cole (Part 1)

    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast - Episode 3 Brad Cole (Part 1)

    In this episode, Brad Cole, longtime keyboardist for Phil Collins' solo bands talks about all things Phil; including his opinion about why Phil Collins should be recognized by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for his significant contribution to music as a solo artist. 

    He also shares stories about working with Frank Zappa and Donny & Marie, among others, shares a moving story about Tony Bennett and does a great impression of Milton Berle -- you HAVE to listen to find out more!

    We talk about Howard Stern, Genesis and of course all sorts of Phil tidbits... this is a DO NOT miss interview. It was so good--we have 2 segments! 

    Enjoy!

    • 1 hr 21 min
    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast - Episode 2 Lamont Van Hook

    #getphilvotedin, The Podcast - Episode 2 Lamont Van Hook

    Singer, Songwriter, Actor… Artist.     
    That’s Lamont Van Hook and we are thrilled to have him as a guest on getphilvotedin, The Podcast.

    We sat down with Lamont in July 2022 to talk about what he’s currently working on, including a new record of Country music, “with groove” due out in 2023, and all things Phil Collins. Learn Lamont’s favorite Phil solo song, who played ding-dong ditch on him on tour, what happened the first time he reported to work with Phil and much more in this hour-long episode hosted by #getphilvotedin founder Traci Baker. Traci conducts this interview, with co-host Kathy Steffen adding her unique insight to this delightful conversation with Lamont.
     
     A little more about Lamont...
    As a child, Lamont was surrounded by music and musicians who played a huge role in shaping his unique musical style. His family history actually boasts musical talent on both his Mom and Dad’s side. Lamont has shared that much of his early musical training actually took place in his family church and by watching many of his family members “Do Their Thing.” Love that! 
    A native of Oakland, CA Lamont began appearing professionally at age 14 as a drummer in a local R&B top-40 band. His recording debut came at about the same time, but in the gospel music genre. Lamont attended Howard University where he recorded two albums with the Howard University Jazz Ensemble and performed at the John F. Kennedy Center with Patti La Belle, Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder among others.  
    After graduating, he moved to LA and performed in just about every possible kind of venue; night clubs, local churches, recording studios... oh and some of the world’s biggest stages. Yes…Lamont has performed, recorded, and toured with legends like Rod Stewart, Sting, Diana Ross and of course, our very own, Phil Collins.
    Lamont performed as backing vocalist on 4 tours with Phil, the Testify Promotional Tour, the First Final Farewell Tour, the Going Back Tour and the Not Dead Yet Tour.
    Visit Lamont’s website at lamontvanhook.com. 


     

    • 1 hr 3 min

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