Phil Friendly

Phil Friendly (born Philip Izvarin, May 30, 1977) is a Rockabilly Hall of Fame inductee (Second Generation Artist). He is an American rockabilly and country rock singer, guitarist and songwriter of Russian descent. He has been active in the music industry since the early 1990s.
Friendly is known for his successful US tours with the rockabilly pioneer Glen Glenn and various European and US CD releases, most notably his recordings with the Grammy-winning guitar legend Albert Lee (released by the UK label Evangeline Records, Ltd).
Phil and his trio have occasionally done live TV and radio performances as well.
In 2009 Friendly's original composition 'Every Single Day' was included in the soundtrack of a new American motion picture "Saving Grace B. Jones", produced and directed by Connie Stevens and starring Oscar-winning actress Tatum O'Neal.
In 2012 'She Wanna Do It', another Phil Friendly's song, was used in a film "Mighty Fine", starring Chazz Palminteri and Andie MacDowell.
In 2015 two of Friendly's tunes, 'Sugar Daddy' and 'She Wanna Do It', were included in the British hit-comedy "Man Up", starring an English actor and comedian Simon Pegg.

Phil Friendly resides and regularly performs with his band in Los Angeles, California and frequently tours in different parts of the United States and Europe.
Friendly Boogie (Rockhouse, NL 1995)
Rock'n'Roll Legends, with Charlie Gracie (Rarity, NL 1996)
I Got 99 Women! (Rarity, NL 2000)
Every Single Day (Tru-Gems/Brunswick, USA 2008)
California Rockin', with Albert Lee (Evangeline, UK 2008)
My Shadow, with Pete Anderson (Sonic Rendezvous, NL 2009)
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