Phil Cook is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and interpreter based in Durham, North Carolina. Read More...
Phil Cook is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and interpreter based in Durham, North Carolina. Cook has gained notoriety over the years releasing albums and touring the world with his own bands, Megafaun and The Shouting Matches, as well as collaborating on stage and in the studio with the likes of The Blind Boys of Alabama, Amy Ray (The Indigo Girls), Kathleen Edwards, The Mountain Goats, Hiss Golden Messenger, William Tyler, Glenn Kotche, Matthew E White, Charlie Parr, and more.
Having garnered praise and adoration from fans, critics and peers alike, Phil is ready to step into the spotlight and make his statement – having completed work on his debut solo album, Southland Mission – out now on Thirty Tigers.
- Phil Cooks new video for "Lowly Road" premieres on Relix Magazine
- Phil Cook on World Cafe
- Phil Cook on NPR's 'David Dye's Top 10 Albums of 2015
- Phil Cook: The Aquarium Drunkard interview
- Phil Cook's 'Southland Misson' praised by Aquarium Drunkard
- Phil Cook's Southland Mission awarded a 7.8 rating by Pitchfork
- Phil Cook: World Cafe Next
- Phil Cook featured as 'Songwriter of the Week' on American Songwriter
- Phil Cook Teams With Bon Iver's Justin Vernon on "Ain't It Sweet" via Pitchfork
- Phil Cook's "Hunger Mother Blues" reviewed by Pitchfork
- Phil Cook's story as told by BLURT
- Phil Cook's "Great Tide" premieres on Stereogum