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Philadelphia Phil / Press

"Nobody is more free than the street musician."

“Chicago Acoustic Underground podcast.”

“Philadelphia Phil appearance on Chicago Acoustic Underground. (Video)”

“Indianapolis wasn't on the Playing for Change radar until less than month ago, when Phil fielded an e-mail from the Playing for Change Foundation. Within a day, he and cohorts from the Indianapolis Acoustic Music Meetup contacted the foundation with a plan to stage performers up and down Mass Ave.”

“On Playing For Change Day 2011, Phillip Henry "Philadelphia Phil" Christopher gathered friends and musicians together for the Indy Acoustic Meetup in Indianapolis, Indiana. "The musicians have been so giving," says Phil. "In thirty years of making music this has been one of the most inspiring experiences I've had." This music video features world music artist Sharlene Boodram (Trinidad-Tobago), along with Philadelphia Phil, members of Mumbai Taxi, and reggae singer, Kwanzaa Popps. The entire production was donated by Garbriel Harley Multimedia. ”

“Indianapolis wasn't on the Playing for Change radar until less than month ago, when Phil fielded an e-mail from the Playing for Change Foundation. Within a day, he and cohorts from the Indianapolis Acoustic Music Meetup contacted the foundation with a plan to stage performers up and down Mass Ave.”

““Its just the idea, the whole playing for change philosophy is that music brings people together, it unites people,” said Phil on Saturday.”

"Philadelphia Phil" plays his guitar for tips for fans visiting a giant Super Bowl XLVI logo at Monument Circle February 3, 2012 in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.

“On Playing For Change Day 2011, Phillip Henry "Philadelphia Phil" Christopher gathered friends and musicians together for the Indy Acoustic Meetup in Indianapolis, Indiana. "The musicians have been so giving," says Phil. "In thirty years of making music this has been one of the most inspiring experiences I've had." This music video features world music artist Sharlene Boodram (Trinidad-Tobago), along with Philadelphia Phil, members of Mumbai Taxi, and reggae singer, Kwanzaa Popps. The entire production was donated by Garbriel Harley Multimedia. ”

“Indianapolis wasn't on the Playing for Change radar until less than month ago, when Phil fielded an e-mail from the Playing for Change Foundation. Within a day, he and cohorts from the Indianapolis Acoustic Music Meetup contacted the foundation with a plan to stage performers up and down Mass Ave.”