BON JOVI GUITARIST PHIL X AND THE DRILLS RELEASE “RIGHT ON THE MONEY” VIDEO
As previously reported, Bon Jovi guitarist Phil X and his backing band, The Drills, released a new single Right On The Money which will was made available on June 8th.
The band has now released the official video, watch it here.
Phil X (guitar/lead vocals), Daniel Spree (bass/backing vocals) and Brent Fitz (drums/ backing vocals) went into the legendary Capitol Studios with Chris Lord Alge so Chris could do a Mix With The Masters master class on how to track a band. Right On The Money was one of three songs recorded that day. With an uncertainty of the arrangement and very few overdubs, an incredible energy and urgency was captured by the band with Chris’s direction and here it is as a single for you, the fans.
Order Right On The Money, here.
Phil X & The Drills have finished their 5th Album Stupid Good Lookings Vol. 2 which will be released in the near future on Golden Robot Records. Featuring a different drummer on every song which reads like a who’s who with the likes of Tommy Lee, Liberty Devitto, Kenny Aronoff and Ray Luzier, the music promises to be extremely diverse.
Phil X & his band, The Drills have been enjoying a rapidly growing international fan base supported by the release of 5 strong Albums: Kick Your Ass In 17 Minutes (2009), We Bring The Rock N Roll (2011), We Play Instruments N Sh!t (2012), This House Is Not For Sale (2016) with Bon Jovi and Stupid Good Lookings Vol. 1 (2019).
First a prolific session guitar staple in Los Angeles, California, recording with the likes of Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, Daughtry, Kelly Clarkson, Chris Cornell among many others (and even extends to playing with Canadian rock royalty such as Triumph, Aldo Nova, Our Lady Peace, Avril Lavigne, Theory Of A Deadman and more), Phil X became known for hosting the Fretted Americana Web Show that boasted over 50 million collective views.
Phil X & The Drillsare looking forward to delivering their “energetic guitar-driven rock that infects your senses with addictively great anthems” to the global masses.
[Dana’s note: Eddie knows I am a fan of Phil’s and sent me along a video of the guitarist covering Jimi Hendrix’s Fire. Watch it below.