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Philip Jeays was born on 24 June, 1962 in Taunton. Discover Philip Jeays's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 24 June 1962
Birthday 24 June
Birthplace Taunton

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In 2006, Phil was invited to perform as part of 'Robin Ince Loves Books' shows at the Bloomsbury Theatre and The Albany in London. He performed as support on Robin Ince's 'Bleeding Heart Liberal' tour of the UK in 2009 and also on Robin's Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People shows at the Bloomsbury Theatre and Hammersmith Apollo. More recently Phil performed at Robin Ince and Brian Cox's 'End Of The World Show' at the Hammersmith Apollo in December 2012.


Philip releases his first CD 'October' on his own Ditton Pye label. He also contributes to two Radio 4 programmes 'Singing In The Wilderness' (presented by Tom Robinson and 'Chanson' presented by Kit Hesketh-Harvey. He continues to record and release albums 'Cupid Is A Drunkard' (2000), 'The Ballad Of Ruben Garcia' (2002), 'Fame' (2003) and 'Mr Jeays' (2005) while performing at various venues around London, Sussex and occasional trips up to Leeds, Hull and Manchester. He usually either performs solo or with a group of musicians from Brighton that include Paul Stapleton, Kerry Stapleton and Simon Goble.

Since the early 2000s he has staged The Jeays Christmas Extravaganza at the Battersea Barge, London. This has continued to be a popular annual event among Jeays fans and features Phil performing with David Harrod, Jezza Campbell, John Peacock, William George Q and, more recently, Kerry Stapleton on double bass. The setlist for the Christmas shows is made up of requests from the audience who are given a raffle ticket at the door. Before each song Philip will pick out and read a raffle ticket number and take a song request from the ticket holder. The show is usually hosted by poet Geoff The Speech Painter who performs a support slot at the start of the evening. John Peacock has also performed a short set as support.


In 1995, he teamed up with guitarist and bass player William George Q and pianist David Harrod. The trio first performed at the Vortex Jazz Club in Stoke Newington and then at various London venues. He is spotted by singer-songwriter Tom Robinson who offers him a support slot at the Borderline in June 1996. Over the next few years he performs at the Edinburgh Festival, Vancouver International Comedy Festival and also on various radio networks. Guitarist John Peacock replaces William George Q, and the trio is joined by drummer Jezza Campbell.


He releases his first recordings on cassette in 1990 and starts performing with guitarist Max Warner. This set up allowed him to 'perform' the songs more without the restraints of a holding a guitar. After a near fatal car crash in 1992 he recovers and continues to perform around various small clubs in London.


His first performance in 1985 at Hampton Wick Folk Club was well received. Due to nerves he didn't perform again until 1989 when he took part in an acoustic and poetry club night in Clapham, London.


Philip Jeays (born Philip Harris on 24 June 1962) is a British singer-songwriter. He writes and performs songs in a style close to the tradition of French chanson but in the English language. His main influences are Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel and English singer-songwriter and poet Jake Thackray.