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Pam Windsor Contributor


Singer/songwriter Phil Vassar kicked off 2020 ready to hit the ground running. He had a new album, a recording schedule for shows for the Circle TV network, and he was gearing up for tour dates to mark the 20-year anniversary of his first No. 1 hit “Just Another Day in Paradise.”

“It’s hard to believe it’s been that long,” he says. “It’s crazy, it really is. On the other hand, it sometimes feels like yesterday.”

Over the past two decades he’s recorded a steady stream of chart-topping songs like “Carlene,” “Six-Pack Summer,” “When I Love You,” “American Child,” and others.






Phil Vassar isn’t letting the COVID-19 pandemic get in the way of his connection with fans, and he’s decided to celebrate his annual fan club party this year virtually. Vassar is hosting his first-ever virtual fan club party using new technology from Single Music on May 9 at 7 p.m. CST, with the event benefiting the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Tickets are available with any size donation to Second Harvest.



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Phil Vassar Fan Party Beneffitting Second Harvest Food Bank

Every year Phil hosts his annual Fan Club Party in Nashville during CMA Fest. Unfortunately, this year's CMA Fest has been cancelled. Phil misses performing for you all. Since we can't all get together in person, Phil is inviting you to come together online. 

You're invite to join us on Saturday, May 9th @ 7:00PM CT for a special evening with Phil Vassar via Zoom.

Getting a ticket (or a Zoom invitation in this case) is easy. Simply visit https://bit.ly/PVFanParty20 to make any size donation and you're in! Donations will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank.

All donors will be sent an invitation via Zoom to join us for the event. Don't have a zoom account yet? You can create one for free at Zoom.us.

Phil will perform some songs, tell stories and answer some of your questions! Make your plans to join us! 

Sounds Like Nashville: Deborah Evans Price

cvr stripped down 160Sometimes less is truly more. A great song doesn’t need layers of production to really shine, and Phil Vassar’s stellar new album, Stripped Down, perfectly illustrates that philosophy.

Both in the recording studio and on his latest tour, Vassar has opted to take a more organic approach, and he’s enjoying the journey. “I’m on a stripped down tour. It’s just me and the piano,” Vassar tells Sounds Like Nashville. “I’m doing 24 cities right now in six weeks. I’m playing small theaters and people really like these kind of shows.  It’s about the songs and having conversations. I don’t have a setlist. I just go out there and play songs. It’s really fun.”

Vassar took that same stripped down approach in recording the new album.  “We have a tendency to overproduce things in Nashville because we can and I think it’s gotten so out of control,” he says. “I wanted to do something like Garth did in Las Vegas. It was just about him and the guitar. I wanted to break it down and do that.”