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Ricky Phillips

Ricky Phillips
Ricky Phillips performing with Styx on July 2, 2010 at Memorial Park in Omaha, Nebraska
Background information
Birth name Ricky Lynn Phillips
Born (1953-10-07) October 7, 1953
Iowa, United States
Genres Hard rock, Progressive rock
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Vocals, bass guitar, guitar
Years active 1970–present
Associated acts Styx, Nasty Habit, The Babys, Bad English, Coverdale • Page, Sammy Hagar/Neal Schon/Ricky Phillips/Denny Carmassi
Website .com.rickyphillipswww

Ricky Lynn Phillips (born October 7, 1953) is an American bass guitarist and the current bass player for the rock band Styx. He has also played in Nasty Habit, as a member of The Babys and Bad English, and with Coverdale-Page and Ted Nugent.

Phillips and his former Bad English bandmate Neal Schon also played with former Montrose members Sammy Hagar and Denny Carmassi on a live version of the Montrose song "Rock Candy".

Discography

With The Babys

With Bad English

With Styx

External links

  • The Official Ricky Phillips Website
  • The Babys Official Unofficial Archives and Chronological History


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