ABOUT PMP

Phillip is a singer/songwriter with Southern Maryland roots, who in a short time has made waves as an up and coming artist to watch. In 2018, he was nominated for Best Country Artist and performed at the Maryland Music Awards. He has performed over 200 shows in 25 states across the country playing alongside artists such as Chris Janson, Chris Lane, Gavin DeGraw, Craig Campbell, Sundance Head and Jimmie Allen. Phillip refers to his fans as “family or fam” as they have truly been there for every step of his journey and he knows he wouldn't be what he is without their support. He writes his music for them - telling stories of real life experiences and down-to-earth emotions and mixes them with high energy shows to give people a break from the lives they lead. When not on the road, he spends quite a bit of his time collaborating and writing with other artists in Nashville. His latest single, “Breakin’ My Own Rules” was co-written with award-winning hit songwriters Clay Mills III (“Beautiful Mess”), Rich Redmond (Jason Aldean), and Mike Krompass (Smashmouth, Nelly Furtado) and produced by Krompass and Redmond, the multi-platinum production team at 1225 Entertainment. Phillip has also been in the studio with Brothers Osborne’s Adam Box, producing his next wave of music!  He looks forward to seeing you down the road soon! Thank you for your support!

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MEET THE BAND

CHRIS DEAN

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Chris Dean was born in Southern Maryland and showed interest in music from an early age. At age 8, he played trumpet in his school band. Shortly after this, he got his first guitar and began learning and creating his own songs. He joined his first band in 2009 and taught music lessons while furthering his music education at a local college until meeting Phillip in 2018. He became a full time band member and assumed a band leadership position in 2019, recruiting 22 musicians for fills and two permanent members: Michael Stewart and Cody Randall.

MICHAEL STEWART

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Michael Stewart started playing drums at the age of 10. Growing up in Southern Maryland playing in the local scenes with Chris Dean, he decided to push for a career in music. He moved to Atlanta, GA and attended The Atlanta Institute of Music. After a few years in ATL, playing in as many bands as possible, he decided to make the move to Nashville in 2019 and eventually found himself filling in for PMP. He joined the band full-time in July of 2019 and has a core member of the band ever since.

CODY RANDALL

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Cody Randall was raised in Indiana where he started his semi professional music career as a bassist and guitarist at 19 years old. He got his start in the older dive bar scene and quickly transitioned into doing small tours throughout the US and opening up for national touring bands with the top rising musicians in the state. He moved to Nashville to start his professional career in 2019 after being hired for his first professional tour in January. After doing a few fill ins for Phillip in May, he accepted a full time position with the band.