b. 19 January 1933, St. Eustace, near Montreal, Quebec, Canada. St. Eustace was a location dominated with the French and Phillips was raised bilingual. (He afterwards also documented in both German and Afrikaans). He was inspired with the performing of Gene Autry but initial sang within a Montreal cathedral choir. In his early teenagers, his dad, a railroad architect, relocated for a while to Calgary. When the family members came back to Montreal, Phillips continued to be in Calgary and frequently fondly identifies it as his city. He learned to try out guitar and done various jobs till being employed by CFRN Edmonton being a newsreader, general handyman and engineer. Whenever a disk jockey didn’t present Phillips, without power, deputised performing a few of his very own music. Although reprimanded, it resulted in Stu For Breakfast time, an early morning hours show which released his profession. Realising there have been few Canadian music, he begun to compose and obtained his motivation from books on Canadian folklore. In 1956, after spells at CJIB Vernon, United kingdom Columbia and CHED Edmonton, he started presenting live tv shows on the recently opened up CHCT-TV in Calgary. Immediately after Don Cameron, the local movie director of CBC, provided him a CBC radio display performing folk and kids’s tunes as the Venturing Balladeer. This demonstrated so successful in addition, it resulted in him presentingThe Outrider, a network every week tv program. He also became associated with the Calgary Stampede and offered the prime period CBC televisionRed River Jamboree. Phillips produced his 1st recordings for Rodeo Information in Halifax and later on documented for London Information and Columbia Information (Canada) getting some achievement with ‘Squaws Along The Yukon’. Regardless of Canadian stardom, he wanted to emulate his fellow Canadian Hank Snow and sign up for Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. After going to Nashville, in the first 60s, where Chet Atkins authorized him to RCA Information, Phillips finally relocated there in 1965. He worked well his personal morning display on WSIX-TV along with his music group composed of Jimmy Capps, Jerry Reed and Henri Strzelecki. He obtained his 1st Billboard strikes in 1966 with ‘Bracero’ and ‘The Great Un Tigre’. He toured to Britain in 1967 and on his come back, he found he previously been authorized as an associate of theOpry. Between 1967 and 1968, he authorized six further strikes the biggest becoming ‘Juanita Jones’ (quantity 13) and ‘Vin Rose’ (quantity 21). After ‘Bring Like BACK TO Our Globe’ (quantity 68), he remaining RCA and documented for Capitol Information but had no releases or additional graph entries. In the 70s, he toured and offered his personal tv seriesMusic Place from WAVE-TV Kentucky. In the first 80s, he started to study to become minister from the Episcopalian cathedral, which noticed him scale back significantly on his personal performances but he still performed on the some main venues like the Calgary Stampede and London’s Wembley Celebration. In the 90s, he continuing to reside in Nashville and preserved his reputation with theOpry viewers while also satisfying his cathedral duties. He produced additional recordings for Broadland and, in 1994, Keep Family Records released a 35-monitor CD, which symbolized a reissue (minus one monitor) of three Rodeo albums, which included a number of the songs he composed of Canadian folklore early in his profession.