Ex-Budgie drummer; Ray Phillips, as a band artist

Ray Phillips music


Ray Phillips formed in Six Ton Budgie playing drums and singing lead vocals alongside his longtime bassist, Tom Prince and his son, guitarist Justin Phillips.
Six Ton Budgie recorded 3 Albums:
Unplucked in 1995, Ornithology in 1996 and 'A Bird's Eye View' in 1999, though many would say the hard-hitting rock trio performed best as a live band, which won them a solid fan base throughout the UK. Their sets included the Budgie classics 'Breadfan', Crash Course in Brain Surgery, Wildfire, Napoleon Bona Parts 1 & 2, Forearm Smash and In For The Kill. The band toured the UK extensively through the 1990's, initially with Sam Lees on guitar, later Justin Phillips; and Jason Marsh on bass, later Tom Prince.
Six Ton Budgie had an Autralian-based Fanzine, Sabre Dance, which attracted subscribers throughout the US, Europe and Japan.



Click to hear track samples from the following album.
'A Bird's Eye View' : Six Ton Budgie(1999)

Judgement Day by Ray Phillips




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