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PHILLIP-MICHAEL SCALES

Avec ce bouton Paypal, vous pouvez faire un don ciblé à Phillip-Michael Scales, ainsi qu’aux associations auprès desquelles nous ferons nous-mêmes un don (pour rappel Artists Relief Project, The Blues Foundation, Help Musicians UK, Médecins du Monde et Navajo Hopi Solidarity)… ///// With this PayPal button, you can donate directly to Phillip-Michael Scales, as well as the aid organizations to which we ourselves will donate (as a reminder Artists Relief Project, The Blues Foundation, Help Musicians UK, Médecins du Monde and Navajo Hopi Solidarity)… THANK YOU ON THEIR BEHALF… ///// 1 = 5€ ; 2 = 10€ ; 3 = 15€ ; 4 = 20€…

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BIO FR

En 2018, Phillip-Michael Scales a connu une année plus que mouvementée ! Entre la promotion de son EP « Sinner-Songwriter, » et sa nomination en tant que musicien résident Magellan Development Group à Chicago, il a fini par jouer plus de 300 spectacles en un an. Diplômée du Berklee College of Music, le travail et la ténacité sont innés chez lui, allié au talent et au fait d’être natif de Metro Detroit et le neveu du regretté B.B. King, Phillipe Michael Scales a tout pour réussir.
Le 28 juin, l’auteur-compositeur-interprète de Chicago sortira son dernier single ‘Feels like home’. Pour fêter sa sortie, Phillip-Michael se produira en France et à l’étranger notamment au festival Cognac Blues Passions les 5 et 6 juillet. Elevé au Blues et à la Motown, puis découvrant le rock indie dans ses années de formation, son dernier single « Feels like Home » parvient à garder un pied dans chaque monde. « Feels Like Home » est une bonne dose de blues avec un groove heavy parfait pour prendre la route des vacances d’été. La chanson capture le sentiment et l’envie d’errance à la recherche de notre place dans le monde. « Je ne sais pas où je vais, mais je me sens comme chez moi. »

BIO ENG

Growing up, Phillip-Michael Scales had an uncle who played guitar for a living. He knew it was a big deal but didn’t understand the significance that his Uncle’s name was B.B. King. Even though Phillip-Michael played guitar, he shied away from soloing and most things blues. Instead, he fell in love with songwriting when an english teacher told him “A great writer can make their reader identify with anyone.” The trouble was he couldn’t find his story in the blues.
Born with a fierce independent streak and a passion for performing, Scales fronted his own indie bands, wrote and recorded his own music, and worked to make a name for himself on his own terms. All the while, his uncle just smiled a knowing smile and encouraged him to “stay with it.” As Phillip-Michael began to discover “the blues” in his private and personal life, their relationship grew closer.
It wasn’t until his Uncle passed away, that Scales began incorporating more of the blues into his music. “These days I’m finding more of my story in the blues. A lot has led me here between politics, my identity, and of course: Legacy.” The result is a sound he calls “Dive Bar Soul” which takes a bit of indie rock story telling and couples it with the passion of the blues.
He most recently released a single called “O, Hallelujah » and he has been featured in Rolling Stone France. His music has taken him all the way to the Middle East, as well as festivals across the France and North America.
He has opened for Fantastic Negrito, Anderson East, Guster, David Cook, Bethany Joy Lenz, Matt Hires, Billy Rafoul, Crystal Bowersox, Tyler Hilton, Jon McLaughlin, and Cory Brannan.

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