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Phil Keaggy

Phil Keaggy is an excellent all-around guitarist who has been a part of the CCM scene for over two decades. Born and raised in Ohio in a Catholic family of ten, Keaggy always loved music and spent hours listening to such singers as Johnny Ray and Elvis Presley. He began imitating the latter as young as age four. Keaggy was also exposed to other kinds of music and became well versed in classical. His first guitar was a late-'50s Gretsch Anniversary model; at age ten his father bought him a Sears Silvertone, and by the end of fifth grade, he was playing in front of his entire school. Three years later, Keaggy was playing professionally with the Squires. He and his longtime friend, drummer John Sferra, founded Glass Harp in the late '60s when he was in the eleventh grade. They soon became known as one of the most innovative power trios around, even though they were never together long enough to break through commercially. They had a contract with Decca, toured the country several times, and had a growing base of devoted fans, many of whom were knocked out by Keaggy's lightning-fast guitar riffs and experimental sounds. At their pinnacle, Glass Harp was opening for such major acts as Iron Butterfly, Yes, Traffic and Chicago.

It was a lot of fame to be heaped upon such young musicians, and it being the late '60s, Keaggy was exposed to and partook of his share of drugs. His life changed dramatically on February 14, 1970. While lying in a hotel room suffering from a bad LSD trip, his parents were involved in a head-on auto crash back in Ohio. His mother died soon afterward, and this spawned a crisis for Keaggy that led to his becoming a born-again Christian. In the early '70s, Keaggy took to testifying before bewildered Glass Harp listeners after their concerts.

He left Glass Harp in 1972 and the following year recorded his first solo album, What a Day. He then spent many years working with a Christian fellowship and married. Since then, Keaggy has released well over thirty albums earning critical acclaim for both his virtuosity on guitar and his songwriting, which ranges from the Beatlesque pop of Sunday's Child to more subtle intrumentals. He occasionally gets back together with the other members of Glass Harp for reunion concerts and continues to release solo projects including Roundabout in 2006. ~ Sandra Brennan
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Southern Girls (Motion PIcture Soundtrack)

1. Cascading-Interlude

2. The Journey Home

3. Hands Of Times

4. Atmosphere

5. Give You A Song

6. Southern Girls Groove (Whatever Life Demands)

7. Let Everything Else Go

8. Heaven Is Home

9. 2nd Ave

10. Loop A Loola

11. Better Things

12. Ambience

13. Chester's Tree

14. Cascading

15. Song For Mom

16. I Have You

17. Lillith

18. Theme

19. Song For Mom (Instrumental) (Bonus Track)

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Track List: Acoustic Café

1. Here Comes The Sun (Acoustic)

2. If Not For You (Acoustic)

3. Make You Feel My Love (Acoustic)

4. Songbird (Acoustic)

5. Something In The Way She Moves (Acoustic)

6. God Only Knows (Acoustic)

7. In My Life (Acoustic)

8. All I Have To Do Is Dream (Acoustic)

9. Here There Everywhere (Acoustic)

10. She's Got A Way (Acoustic)

11. You Have My Heart (Acoustic)

12. Time After Time (Acoustic)

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Track List: Dream Again

1. Dream Again

2. Why

3. Redemption

4. Thank You For Today

5. Revive Me

6. There With You

7. Traveling Light

8. Micah 6:8

9. Kathy's Song

10. It's You And Me

11. How Can I Thank You

12. Love Is The Reason

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Track List: Roundabout

1. Skipping Stones

2. Blue Moon

3. Is It Going

4. Cayenne Loop

5. 2nd Avenue

6. South Of The Boredom

7. Happy Feet

8. J-Loop

9. Loop Frog

10. Cousin Nit

11. Loop A Loola

12. Steel Engine

13. Troops

14. Helix The Cat

15. Hoopy

16. Zooloop

17. Last Mile

18. Merry Go Round

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Track List: Jammed!

1. Route Canal

2. Phlagan's Flow

3. Kegworth Speaks

4. Blueberry Jam

5. Zee Blues

6. Sherlock Ohms

7. Electrick

8. Joyphil

9. Revisited Jelly

10. Watt Ever

11. Prehistrobie K-18

12. Kegworth Reconsiders

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Track List: Freehand

1. Shigeo

2. Bela

3. Sign Language

4. Cajon Pass

5. Hatch Of The Mayflies

6. Schempp

7. The Dance

8. Chester's Tree

9. Forerunner

10. Masa

11. Cinema Paradiso

12. Maturity

13. Renaissance Boy

14. A Walk Home

15. Bodhran Brawl

16. Rubix Cube

17. Dream

18. Red Beans And Rice

19. Cosmos

20. Soakin'

21. Driftwood

22. Solitude

23. The Dew Blanube

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Track List: Hymnsongs

1. Prelude

2. In The Bleak Mid Winter

3. O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

4. Abide With Me

5. This Fragile Vessel

6. Jerusalum

7. Simple Gifts

8. Chorale #198

9. Fairest Lord Jesus

10. Nothing But The Blood

11. Be Still My Soul

12. O For A Closer Walk With Thee

13. Our Daily Bread

14. The Day Thou Gavest, Lord Has Ended

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Track List: In The Quiet Hours

1. Growing Grass

2. In The Quiet Hours

3. Vermillion Strands

4. Waterfall

5. Blue Room

6. Foreshadow

7. Phantasy

8. The Black Forest

9. Floating On Ice

10. The Apprentice

11. As It Is In Heaven

12. The Way Of A Painter (2nd Movement)

13. Spencer's Dream

14. The Blue Planet

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Track List: Cinemascapes

1. Sketching

2. The Road Home

3. The Baltic

4. Big Ben On The Nile

5. Recollections

6. Paintin' The Town

7. A Mother's Son

8. Grand Old Man

9. Lighthouse

10. Acadania

11. For The Love

12. Markings

13. The Dawn Is Near

14. The Tigris

15. Spring

16. A Promise Kept

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Track List: Inseparable

1. Prelude

2. Chalice

3. Blessed Are

4. Inseperable

5. Litany to the Spirit

6. Motor of Love

7. Still Waters

8. Carry Me Back

9. Real Life

10. The Seeing Eye

11. Headlines, Pt. 2

12. From the Beginning

13. Comtemplate the Moon

14. Whose Heavy Heart

15. Inseperable

16. Shape of the Journey

17. Little Star

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Track List: Lights Of Madrid

1. Lights Of Madrid

2. A Field Of Flowers

3. After The Rain

4. The King's Horse

5. Lady Slippers

6. Allegria

7. Inspiration

8. Corazon De Fuego

9. Last Call

10. Picante

11. Praise Dance

12. Canarios

13. Candlelight

14. Overture (For Guitar And Orchestra)

15. Caliente

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Track List: Majesty & Wonder - An Instrumental Christmas

1. What Child Is This?

2. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

3. Good Christian Men Rejoice

4. Silent Night

5. Coventry Carol

6. O Come O Come Emmanuel

7. For Hearth and Home

8. Do You Hear What I Hear?

9. The First Noel

10. Nativity Suite: Visitation

11. Nativity Suite: Shepards Song

12. Nativity Suite: Flight Into Egypt

13. O Holy Night!

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Track List: Phil Keaggy

1. A Sign Came Through A Window

2. Beneath The Blood-Stained Lintel

3. Under The Grace

4. Above All Things

5. My Unspoken Words

6. Tender Love

7. A Little Bit Of Light

8. Chase The Bad Away

9. Quite Suddenly

10. Days Like You

11. Jesus Loves The Church

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Track List: 220

1. Animal

2. Arrow

3. Montana

4. Tennessee Morning

5. The Great Escape

6. Stomp

7. Highland

8. Beyond This Day

9. Ian's Groove (live)

10. Watt Ever (220 Jam)

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Track List: True Believers

1. The True Believers

2. Wild Heart

4. Salvation Army Band

5. Don't Let Go Of My Heart

6. Son Of Man

7. And On That Day

8. Be Thou My Vision

9. Have Mercy Lord

10. The Survivor

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Track List: Time 2

2. John The Revelator

3. Be In My Heart

4. Your Love Broke Through

5. Shouts Of Joy

6. Tell Me How You Feel

7. Everywhere I Look

11. Strong Tower

16. County Down

17. Maker Of The Universe

18. Heaven Is Home

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Track List: Crimson And Blue

1. Shouts Of Joy

2. World Of Mine

3. Everywhere I Look

4. Love Divine

5. Reunion Of Friends

6. All There Is To Know

7. When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God

8. Stone Eyes

9. I Will Be There

10. Don't Pass Me By

11. John The Revelator

12. Doin' Nothin'

13. Nothing But The Blood

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Track List: Way Back Home

1. Way Back Home

2. A New Star

3. Father-Daughter Harmony

4. It Could've Been Me

5. In Every Need

6. She's A Dancer

7. Let Everything Else Go

8. Olivia

9. Once I Prayed

10. Noah's Song (Keaggy)

11. Maker Of The Universe

12. Be In Time

13. Here And Now (Keaggy)

14. 50th, The

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Track List: Revelator

1. Everywhere I Look (Radio Mix)

2. Join The Revelator (Radio Mix)

3. Doin' Nothin' (Alternate Take, Swamp Version)

4. Join The Revelator (Extended Strat Mix)

5. The Further Adventures Of...

6. Celebrate

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Track List: Beyond Nature

1. In The Light Of Common Day

2. County Down

3. Symphonic Dance

4. Addison's Walk

5. I Feel The Winds Of God Today

6. Fare Thee Well

7. Fragile Forest

8. Brother Jack

9. As Warm As Tears

10. A Place Of Springs

11. In The Light Of Common Day (Reprise)

12. When Night Falls

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Track List: Find Me In These Fields

1. Instrumental 1

2. Strong Tower

3. Carry On

4. Instrumental 2

5. When The Wild Winds Blow

6. This Side Of Heaven

7. Find Me In These Fields

8. Get Over It

9. Calling You

10. Instrumental 3

11. Gentle And Strong

12. Final Day

13. Instrumental 4

14. Be In My Heart

15. Instrumental 5

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Track List: Phil Keaggy And Sunday's Child

1. Tell Me How You Feel (1988)

2. Sunday's Child

3. I Always Do

4. I'm Gonna Get You Now

5. Blessed Be The Ties

6. This Could Be The Moment

7. Ain't Got No

8. Somebody Loves You

9. Big Eraser

10. Everything Is Alright

11. I've Just Begun (Again)

12. Walk In Two Worlds

13. Talk About Suffering

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Track List: The Master & The Musician

1. Pilgrim's Flight

2. Agora (The Marketplace)

3. The Castle's Call

4. Wedding In The Country Manor

5. Suite-Of Reflections

6. Golden Halls

7. Mouthpiece

8. Follow Me Up

9. Jungle Pleasures

10. Deep Calls Unto Deep

11. Medley: Evensong/Twilight/Forever Joy

12. The High And Exalted One

13. Epilogue/Amazing Grace

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treestudio
I have been to 25+ Phil Keaggy /Glass Harp concerts dating back to 1970. The man is annointed and the best guitarist I have ever heard! He is equally amazing as a person. My journey as a follower of Christ started as a result of their music. Plus, my career as a drummer started as a result of watching John Sferra play. The Lord Jesus has blessed many, many people through Phil's /Harps music because it speaks to our souls and helps us look forward to that Wonderful Day.
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redtrek2
I've seen Phil Keaggy in concert at least four times I can remember, at least twice with Randy Stonehill and twice solo. What an incredible talent and testimony! "We'll meet again, we'll meet again and when we do, I promise you our love will never end."
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We saw Phil last year, we could have listened to him for hours. He is still fantastic.
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me50karen
Jimmy Hendrix once said that Phil Keaggy is the best guitarist he's ever known!
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lernert
I have enjoyed Phil Keaggy's music for many years, beginning with the Flip Side album my Dad brought home in the mid-70's. I dearly love it.
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this is cool ,what a guitarists
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I'd say he's excellent, there are some who think he is one of the greatest guitarists of all time. And it's over 4 decades of music. Anyway I don't like all of his stuff either, but Crimson and Blue is his best. If you are a classic rock fan you have to check that one out.
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SSSnnnnnoooo o z z z z
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Music that God was listening after the 6th day
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mrog2
Back in the late 70's early 80's my family and I went to the same church ad him and his wife. He played a lot there. He even had a recording studio in the church. He was nice to us kids that attended the Christian school also at the church.
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I see Phil Keaggy's appeal, but he's not for me...too much acoustic elevator music (like 'County Down'). I'd listen to Michael Hedges over him, and take Adrian Legg over both in a second. Can't see how his religion is remotely relevant.
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we4fishhunt
An incredible talent and person. Most do not even know he has a missing finger that is kind of covered up as he plays on his right hand lost it as a kid.
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highhorseboo k i n g
An incredible talent and soul!
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I do not need those guys to tell me what my ears can already hear.
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Would have to agree keep blessing our mighty Lord, Phil the Lord has blessed you and you in turn bless the body with your playing and your love Blessings in Messiah
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Heard Hendrix said Phil is the best he ever heard
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Paul McCartney was once asked who he thought the world's greatest guitarist was. He said Phil Keaggy, but he's a Christian!
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Always hearing your heart Phil, you know how much He loves. I hear joy in your play! Thank you, praise Him!
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Fantastic singer, songwriter, and masterful guitar playing. Like Phil has sung...I can't wait to see you Jesus face to face.
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Keaggy's playing gives me goose bumps and butterflies.
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Beautiful, as always.
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John Michael is pretty good too.
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At least the top 5!
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I saw Glass Harp in concert back in 1971? when they played at Ashland College (now University). whoa. Then I saw Phil Keaggy about 10 years ago in concert in Schenectady, NY. Truly, Keaggy is a guitar master. I'd place him in the top 10. Keep on playing Phil!
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Rock on Phil your the best
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The master ,in the Master's hands
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Magic!!! What A Day!!! Phil Keaggy a blessed man to share his great muisc!!The guitar is like angle wings! To the soul!!!!!
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rbjnelson
Keaggy is so much more than excellent, he is a master guitarist. His instrumental pieces are amazing.
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what an amazing guitarist! probably my all-time favorite instrumental guitar album ever - I've listened to countless times.
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Mass media hates christians.
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Thanks Pandora. I hear a lot of musicians for the first time hear. Phil Keaggy is one of those who somehow was overlooked by mass media until now. Listening to his guitar and he plays this lick and I go Wow. That one is a little different, new. You can't compare someone in terms of best or better than. Everyone has their own personal taste. I'll be looking for him on YouTube.
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Best guitarist ever and also great guy
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Would like to see Keaggy and Frampton cut heads together.
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I suggest his album Time #1
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Phil Keaggy's music is really good. the lyrics are also really good!!!! :-) :-)
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This is a very strong , cool song....I have to admit that I've never heard of him or Glass Harp...even though at my age...lol..I should. I like this tune and will check their music out! thx
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I had the privilege of seeing Phil many times in the late seventies, early eighties. He is one of the most amazing guitar virtuoso's on our life time. Anyone out there remember his concert in San Jose in 1979-80 when he walked onstage and apologized that he had laryngitis, the audience moaned, because at that time he was know for his singing and songwriting in Christian music. Well needless to say he proceeded to play his guitar for almost two hours! Mind blowing, massive standing O at the end.
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Wow. GREAT
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if yall don't know about Glass Harp yall ought to check it out
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carapoet
More than twenty years, huh? Let's see... 2015 minus 1973 equals, OMG! ...FORTY-TWO years of playing the heck out of his guitar. I've heard from more than one source that most musicians, secular or Christian, consider him one of the top guitarists ever.
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Excellent all-around guitarist??? WTF?? Come on Pandora...th a t ' s just lazy...and disrespectfu l to the talent of Phil Keaggy. He is a guitar master with very few peers.
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I'm convinced (hopeful!) that Phil will be leading worship in heaven immediately upon arrival!
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I'm convinced that Phil will be leading worship in heaven immediately upon arrival!
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?I remember you and Paul Clark hanging at Big Dudes in KC in the late 70's. I think you had a Yamaha SA 2000. Love all your stuff including Glass Harp!! Follow your Calling and I will worship with your music. Thank you friend!!!
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Anyone who thinks that Frank Zappa was one of the greatest guitarist's ever,is more than likley taking all the drugs that he never did... and Ted Nugent ? He's not even worth mentioning as a guitarist. He's a great Patriot and bow hunter... The rest was a big SHOW. I saw Frank 3 times. Good guitarist, but not ranked with the best... Outstanding showman though...
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OMG..Phil! My Hubbard OH friend! U r an Angel.
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recon77
Saw Phil Keaggy last fall for 3rd time. He is the best guitarist in the world, only ones close were Zappa, Kirwan, Allman.
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I saw Phil keaggy in concert back in 1981? Norfolk Virginia. It was great.
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christensenl 0
Nothing about Second Chapter of Acts? That's the band he was in when I became familiar with him in the 70s.
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