Phil Vandel has traveled the world with his music and continues to bring his powerful, unique style of singing, songwriting, and guitar playing to audiences around the globe at over 200 shows per year. He has been a band member for several multi-award winning groups and has appeared on CMT, GAC, and on Country Radio Stations worldwide.
No matter how big or small your event or venue is, PV can deliver a perfect performance. PV has played everything from backyard barbeques to International headlining concerts and literally everything in between. This isn't your "typical" band that is limited to a certain genre or production size. This group of stellar musicians has a repretoire of hundreds of songs and even though their primary focus is country music, their musical versatility allows them the ability to please almost everyone with a variety of genres. Phil Vandel is available as a solo, duo, trio, or full band depending on your exact needs and budget.
Phil is a proud supporter of the U.S. Troops and has donated countless hours performing shows for active, retired, and wounded warriors from coast to coast. Phil has performed at multiple "welcome home" events for returning troops, he spent many holidays at military hospitals and events with soldiers too injured to be home with their families, and he has stood up against members the Westboro Baptist Church at a fallen soldier’s funeral in Missouri with the Patriot Guard Riders. In 2009, Phil was blessed to be a part of the American Airlines / Operation Iraqi Children group that flew into Bahrain, Germany, Kuwait, and Iraq to entertain the U.S. Troops. In 2010, Phil and his band embarked on two separate trips to Kuwait and Iraq for an incredible string of headlining shows for the soldiers there. On his May 2010 tour to Iraq, he set a record for performing the most shows of any group on a single trip down-range by logging 18 full-production concerts in just 9 days with every show at a different base.
There are those that talk the talk and there are those who walk the walk. This ol’ boy from Missouri has walked the soles off of his boots and he’s not stopping any time soon.