Phil is the charismatic front man for Classique, he's big on personality, stature and voice. In Classique he sings Soul, Pop, Funk, Rock and Indie music at Parties.In our Acoustic Duo, ' Fog & Sayer', we do acoustic piano & guitar interpretations of a whole range of styles going back through the decades featuring Phil's amazing vocal talents:

 Popular Composer Artist
 Your Song Elton John
 I Gues Thats Why They Call It the Blues Elton John
 You Do Something To Me Paul Weller
 Blackbird Paul McCartney
 Here Comes The Sun G Harrison
 ImagineJ Lennon 
 Just The Way You Are Billy Joel
 The Way It Is Bruce Hornsby
 I Write The Songs B Manilow
 Love On The Rocks Neil Diamond
 You Are The Sunshine Of My Life S Wonder
 In My Place Coldplay
 Clocks Coldplay
 Chasing Cars Snow Patrol
 Dakota Stereophonics
 Crazy Little Thing Called Love Queen
 Don't Look Back In Anger Oasis
 Champagne Supanova Oasis
 Light My Fire The Doors
 Home M Buble
 Everything M Buble
 Haven't Met You Yet M Buble
 Sunday Morning Maroon 5
 One Day Like This Elbow
 Love Will Tear Us Apart Joy Division
 Me & Mrs Jones Billy Paul 
 Let's Stay Together Al Green
 If You Don't Know Me By Now Simply Red
 Just The Two Of Us Bill Withers
 My Girl The Temptations
 Dock Of The Bay Otis Redding
 Ordinary People John Legend
 My Baby Just Cares For Me Nina Simone
 Hold Back The Night The Tramps
 Stand By Me Ben E King
 All Night Long Commodores
 How Sweet It Is Marvin Gaye
 I Heard It Through The Grapevine Marvin Gaye
 Jazz Standards 
 I've Got You Under My Skin Cole Porter
 New York New York Sinatra
 Let The Be Love Nat King Cole
 You Make Me Feel So Young Sinatra
 Georgia on My Mind Ray Charles
 That's Life Sinatra
 Misty Errol Gardner
 The Summer Wind M Buble
 Unforgettable Nat King Cole
 My Way Sinatra
 Wonderful World Louis Armstrong
 Ain't That A Kick In The Head Dean Martin
 Mack The Knife Bobby Darin
 The Way You Look Tonight M Buble
 Come Fly With Me Sinatra
 Unforgettable Nat King Cole
 Fly Me To The Moon Sinatra

'By and large Jazz is like the kind of man you wouldn't want your daughter associated with' - Duke Ellington