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THE JACK PHILLIPS SPECIAL

There are entertainers who sing the songs that make up what is commonly referred to as the Classic American Songbook, but then there are songwriters and singers like Jack Phillips who embark on the journey of writing their own songs in the timeless style of those standards. Jack Phillips is a singer and songwriter who was inspired to record an album of original material in homage to the many nights he spent watching and listening to the late Bobby Short, a famed cabaret singer and pianist who frequently

performed at the Café Carlyle, a famed Manhattan Supper Club and home to classic cabaret shows. The resulting album by Jack Phillips is entitled Café Nights in New York and was co-written and created in collaboration with Eddy Davis and Conal Fowkes, both musicians who frequently perform with New

Orleans-style jazz clarinetist and movie director Woody Allen. On this episode of The Paul Leslie Hour, we’ll be exploring the music and welcoming Jack Phillips for an exclusive interview.

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