Joe Phillips of The Winstons

May 19, 2023

Colour Him Father’ sold a million copies for Washington DC band The Winstons’ at the peak of their career in 1969.  Today they’re still performing and recording having just released the lead single ‘There Are More Good Men Than Bad’ and there’s more good news! It’s the first song from their forthcoming album so watch this space.

Here The Winstons’ bandleader, guitarist, singer, and songwriter Joe Phillips speaks about his life in the industry and the exciting times ahead as the legacy continues

You can hear our conversation here:


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