The winner of the 11th season of Fox's American Idol, singer Phillip Phillips is a soulful vocalist with a throaty style and a bent toward mixing acoustic singer/songwriter material with jam-oriented rock. Born in Leesburg, Georgia, Phillips began studying music in his teens. He eventually formed a group with brother-in-law Benjamin Neil and began performing locally. During this time, he won first place in the local singing competition Albany Star in 2010. While attending school at Albany Technical College, Phillips auditioned for American Idol, performing both Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" and Michael Jackson's "Thriller" — on which he accompanied himself on guitar. Phillips was sent through to the Hollywood rounds and eventually made it into the Top Ten after performing Otis Redding's "Hard to Handle." Phillips suffers from a congenital kidney condition that produces large stones that cannot pass through his kidneys. During his time on American Idol, Phillips underwent eight surgeries to remove stones. Despite the pain, Phillips continued to compete on American Idol and ultimately beat out vocalist Jessica Sanchez for the top spot. He released his Idol-winning single, "Home," on May 23, 2012. The song was also included on his 2012 post-Idol performance compilation Journey to the Finale. After Idol wrapped, Phillips underwent successful reconstructive surgery on his kidneys.
Phillip Phillips，1990年9月20日生于美国乔治亚州，美国偶像第十一季冠军。外表俊朗的Phillip Phillips参加比赛的时候是一名即将毕业的大学生。他以令人惊艳的音乐天赋从海选开始大热到决赛，并最终夺冠。Phillip Phillips是一名歌手兼词曲创作人，他在比赛中对经典歌曲的改编极具个人风格，令人印象深刻。音乐风格偏向Indie Rock/Jazz。
Genres: Pop, Music
Released: Jun 07, 2012
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