Track Of The Day: Philip Sayce
Philip Sayce will be releasing his album on February 27. He provides the latest Track Of The Day. Check out all Tracks Of The Day here.
Born in Wales, Sayce has been based in Canada since he was two years old. Growing up on the music of Eric Clapton, Ry Cooder and Dire Straits, his own guitar playing style has been majorly influenced by Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
He started playing in Toronto clubs at the age of 16, quickly gaining a big local following. Moving to LA, he briefly teamed up with Uncle Kracker, before joining Melissa Etheridge’s band for the 2004 album Lucky. Subsequently he’s appeared on five Etheridge releases, as well as playing with her on the Oscar winning song I Need To Wake Up, from the 2006 Al Gore documentary An Inconvenient Truth.
In 2009, he released his debut album Peace Machine, following it the following year with Innerevolution, and in 2011 out came Ruby Electric. He’s also supported both ZZ Top and Deep Purple.
His fourth album, Steamroller, comes out through Provogue Records, with tour dates to follow.
Find out more at www.philipsayce.com