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Stu Phillips (country singer)

Stu Phillips
Born (1933-01-19) January 19, 1933 (age 81)
Montreal, Quebec
Origin Calgary, Alberta
Genres Country
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Associated acts 1965-present

Stu Phillips (born January 19, 1933) is a Canadian-American country singer from Montreal, Quebec. Stu and his wife Aldona operate Long Hollow Winery in Goodlettsville, near Nashville. He is also an ordained Minister in the Episcopal Church.

He is an active member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Stu Phillips was part of RCA and featured on their The Best of Country and West volumes 1 and 2 with "Bracero" and "The Last Thing on My Mind".

Phillips was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993.[1]



Year Album US Country
1965 Feels Like Lovin'
1966 Singin' 14
1967 Grassroots Country 36
1968 Our Last Rendezvous
1976 Have a Nice Day
1993 Don't Give Up on Me
Journey Through the Provinces
1996 Blue Canadian Rockies
1998 You Love the Hurt Away


Year Single Peak chart positions Album
CAN Country CAN AC US Country
1965 "Feels Like Lovin'" 1 Feels Like Lovin'
"Kathy Keep Playing" 1 Singin'
1966 "Bracero" 39
"The Great El Tigre (The Tiger)" 32
1967 "Walk Me to the Station" 44 Grassroots Country
"Vin Rosé" 21 Our Last Rendezvous
"Juanita Jones" 13
1968 "The Note in Box Number 9" 62
"Our Last Rendezvous"
"Top of the World" 53
"Bring Love Back Into Our World" 68 Single only
1969 "Rings of Grass"
"Little Tin God"


External links

  • Stu Phillips' Grand Ole Opry member page

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