About the Artist
Phil has been writing songs throughout his adult life and in the last few years his style has been evolving. He's been working hard writing loads more and getting them recorded. Some songs are swing-style, some are ballads, some upbeat. Some people think there's a musical theatre quality to them, but the best description is really 'Classical pop'.
Lots of songs will be released in the near future. Phil sings some himself, but he mostly he likes to have professional singers record them when he thinks they can add something extra.
Aaron Frith, a swing-style singer in Kent, southern England, has recorded five of them as has Terry Brown, an experienced professionally-trained tenor.
Virginia Ruspini, an excellent Italian singer, has recorded three of Phil's songs and Phil co-wrote a contemporary song with Christopher Haul, a talented Welsh singer, who recorded them.
All songs will feature on this site before long! So keep your eyes open, and feel free to get in touch and make any comments or questions.
Anabel is a music student at Farnham University of the Creative Arts and was recommended to Phil by the Music Director there. She has a superb voice, which is most expressive and gives her rendition of any song her personal stamp.
Two of Phil's songs which she's recorded have been released, Tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore, and Can't Say Goodbye. She's recorded several more which will be released before long.
Olivia is a Scottish singer, living on the Isle of Arran
She has been a keen singer throughout her teenage years, and, while at Heriot-Watt university, Edinburgh she had singing lessons, which certainly show in her singing, which have given her a assured classical style!
She does gigs, mainly on the Isle of Arran. She's working on recording a CD of Phil's songs. To date seven have been released, including the popular 'Isle of Arran'. More will follow soon.
Want to learn more about Phil Whitehead and his music?
Don’t hesitate to get in touch.
If You Found Love
Following the release of the lead track and the remix, there's a great video featuring Christopher Haul in London, deeply pondering the value of love, with onlookers being impressed or bemused. Keep your eyes open for it being released soon!