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Easton Stagger Phillips

Easton Stagger Phillips

Easton Stagger Phillips


Part time troubadours will come and go. For Tim Easton (Joshua Tree, California), Leeroy Stagger (Victoria, Canada) and Evan Phillips (Anchorage, Alaska), traveling the world and singing songs isn't just a diversion. It's a way of life. It is how they survive in this world, and it is what caused them to cross each others paths. The three singer/songwriters first came together at Easton's Joshua Tree desert home in 2007. They had mutual respect for each others work but the thought of forming a band was the last thing on their minds. Read more on Last.fm
Part time troubadours will come and go. For Tim Easton (Joshua Tree, California), Leeroy Stagger (Victoria, Canada) and Evan Phillips (Anchorage, Alaska), traveling the world and singing songs isn't just a diversion. It's a way of life. It is how they survive in this world, and it is what caused them to cross each others paths. The three singer/songwriters first came together at Easton's Joshua Tree desert home in 2007.

They had mutual respect for each others work but the thought of forming a band was the last thing on their minds. Fast forward to January 2008 where Easton and Stagger are the support acts for Phillips' band The Whipsaws on their Alaskan CD release tour and the three start to collaborate. With the assistance of Anchorage resident and recording engineer Greg Benolkin, the three musicians found themselves laying down tracks during a winter storm in a cabin in Girdwood, Alaska. The snow was falling and the tape was rolling and what came out of that three day session was a lifelong friendship plus a beautiful record of songs the three had been stockpiling.

The majority of 'One for the ditch' was recorded at that session, and on the third evening, their first performance as Easton, Stagger, Phillips took place at Vagabond Blues in Palmer, Alaska. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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