Phillip McClary

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PHILLIP MCCLARY

SINGER-SONGWRITER

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PHIL'S "HOUSE CONCERT"

Phil's "House Concert" is more than just him showing up to play a few songs in your living room or backyard. A Phillip McClary "House Concert" gives you the opportunity to bring all the friends and family that you cherish together in one place, and then share an awesomely entertaining, intimately powerful, unique evening with them.  So gather your friends and family in your living room, family room, deck, or backyard, for some great live music, add in some food and drinks, and prepare to have a one-of-a-kind evening.  

How the heck can I host one of these house concerts? It's super-duper easy, and a fun and a great way to support this fan driven singer/songwriter from the highly over taxed state of Illinois. Check out some tips below on how to host Phil for a concert in your home!

My house is not big. Can I still host a concert?
You most definitely can. You do not need to have a big house to be a host. Any space in which you feel comfortable hosting a group of your friends is perfect for a house concert.

How many people do I need to attend to have a House Concert?
The beauty of a house concert is that it is purposely more intimate and focuses on quality over quantity. Think of it more like a dinner party or potluck with live music. Any number you feel comfortable with is good for Phil.

How much does it cost to host a House Concert?
A flat fee of $400 is charged to host a "House Concert". If you are located outside of the Metro-East area additional travel and/or lodging expenses may occur. Email phillipemcclary@gmail.com or call 618-340-9587 for more info.

What is the order of events for a "House Concert" evening?
The order is pretty laid back. It's usually great to give folks 1 hour to arrive, get comfortable, and chat it up before getting into music. The music typically last approximately 2 hours. Please note, there is a break in the middle to allow people to stretch and throw back some cold ones. Spontaneity is what makes a Phil "House Concert" a unique music-listening experience!

Ok, this officially sounds like fun! What's next?

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SEND A SINGING PHILEGRAM

Looking for an awesome way to surprise, delight (or completely horrify and embarrass) a friend, ex-girlfriend, ex-boyfriend, family member, loved one or secrete crush? Try a Singing Philegram...sure Birthday greetings are classic, but Singing Philegram's work for a variety of occasions: retirements, weddings, office parties, graduations, wakes, engagements, break-ups — anytime you want to surprise someone with a totally unique experience! 

I started performing singing telegrams at Benedictine College a million years ago and I perform all genres, from country, to folk, to rock and beyond. Contact me today with your singing philegram request and I’ll help you select the perfect unannounced philegram song to make your day — and perhaps even your recipient’s day!

Each Singing Philegram is custom created to meet your desired effect, thus cost can vary. Prices start at just $129 and can rise depending on prep time, additional props and location...and the risk of me being tossed out on my a#$# or physically assaulted!

SEND A SINGING PHILEGRAM NOW!

THE COMET SESSIONS

I loved the first car I ever had. It was a 1973, Mercury Comet GT. The engine, a 302 V8 was too big for the car itself...but my friends and I did not mind. We could be cruising down Main Street in the "Vomit" doing 45 mph one second, then the next second I would throw the pedal to the floor and smoke and spin those tires...it was the perfect car for a 17 year old wanna be.

Years later I find myself in my recording studio, writing and recording new tunes with the same kind of attitude I had way back then when I was behind the wheel of that awesome machine. With Gods help, someday I'll get myself back behind the wheel of that car, and listen to my own songs on the radio

Thus, the name of my 2019/2020 recording sessions.