Phil Vassar

Phil Vassar
Phil Vassar
Phil Vassar started his country music career as a songwriter in the late 90's. He gained his popularity when he wrote songs like Tim McGraw's "For a Little While" & "My Next Thirty Years), Jo Dee Messina's "Bye, Bye" & "I'm Alright" and Alan Jackson's "Right on the Money". By 1999, Vassar had earned the respect of the country music genre and was
The Top 5 Songs From the Winter of 2000
The Top 5 Songs From the Winter of 2000
In the winter of 2000 the airwaves were dominated by song that was inspired by an e-mail hoax. The writer of the song, Harley Allen had received an e-mail about a little girl who watched her father kill her mother and then turn the gun on himself. The song was recorded by John Michael Montgomery who took the song to number one on the national Billboard charts for five weeks in a row. "The Lit
Phil Vassar
Phil Vassar
You hear me on the radio say "always First with the brand new country," that's not just a saying, and to further prove it, here is the newest song that Phil Vassar will be releasing next month. I got a hold of Phil's management and asked if we could get and early copy, and I did. So, in keeping with our promise, here's Phil's newest baby "Love Is Alive". Check it out and tell m
Phil Vassar Releases ‘Santa’s Gone Hollywood’ Video From Holiday Album ‘Noel’
Phil Vassar Releases ‘Santa’s Gone Hollywood’ Video From Holiday Album ‘Noel’
While people around the world are getting ready for Christmas in just a few weeks, Phil Vassar is doing his part to make things festive by releasing a tune from his holiday album, ‘Noel.’ ‘Santa’s Gone Hollywood’ is one of the original tunes on ‘Noel,’ which the hit songwriter had a part in writing...
Phil Vassar Offers Up ‘Santa’s Gone Hollywood’ a Fun Christmas Song in Time for the Holidays [AUDIO]
Phil Vassar Offers Up ‘Santa’s Gone Hollywood’ a Fun Christmas Song in Time for the Holidays [AUDIO]
The album was released last year yet the song went almost unnoticed. Until this year. Phil Vassar and his people have made a bold move and are drawing attention to what I call a "fun, adult, jazz infused Christmas tune." Phil sounds like he had way too much fun cutting this holiday song. Be warned, it talks about some adult subject matter. Give it a listen, this tune is rocking! Read Mor