Phil Celia

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2014 Nominee – Americana Blues Roots – 24th Annual LA Music Awards

2014 Nominee – Musical Group – 24th Annual LA Music Awards

2014 Nominee – Male Vocalist of the Year – 24th Annual LA Music Awards

2014 Nominee – Americana Album of the Year – 24th Annual LA Music Awards “Circus Town”

Phil Celia is a singer/songwriter, performer and actor based near Los Angeles CA. His work has received excellent reviews and international airplay and has previously charted in US Radio’s Top 100 AAA & AC. He is currently nominated in four categories for the 2014 24th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards:
Best Americana Artist
Best Americana Album – Circus Town
Best Male Vocalist
Best Music Group
(The Los Angeles Music Awards publicly represent qualified, independent artists and bands for mass media opportunities related to the production of our yearly series of press events in Los Angeles. The events are in multiple Hollywood locations, and offer the biggest audiences at prestigious venues. This years Awards Show will be held at the historic Avalon Theater in Hollywood on November 13, 2014.)
“As is the case for many people, the things that are most important to me have changed over time. With my music, for instance, I realized that the real joy in writing songs and performing comes from being able to really have an impact on peoples lives.
Sometimes its just for a moment, and sometimes that impact last. So now with many years of life experience under my belt, I look back and see that I’ve managed to create a large and varied library of music. I’ve been writing songs for as long as I can remember and started releasing my music in 1993 when it became easier for independent artists to release their own material.
After some modest success with my record “Stockholm Street” I relocated west to my new home near Los Angeles, CA (aka Circus Town). This nine song collection was born out of that. These are strong personal narratives about moving on, faith in sustaining your dreams and convictions and the importance of everlasting love.”