Phil Palmer is born on September 9, 1952, in London, UK. Mostly he is known for his meet-up and jobs with Dire Straits as a guitarist for the band. He has been playing the guitar since his early days because music runs in his blood and somehow also seems to be a family tradition. Phil’s uncles are the Davies brothers Ray and Dave.
In his great music career, Phil has played with the greats on stage or during recordings. The Dire Straits took him on tour, Tina Turner and Eric Clapton also relied on his talent. The Englishman played for Eros Ramazzotti or is active in Germany for Alphaville, Wolf Maahn, etc. Palmer can be heard on around 50 number one hits. In Italy, one of his solos is in textbooks for guitar students.
Phil Palmer has closely observed the music business from behind the stage. Now, his memoirs and complete biography and story are in his book “Session Man”. His autobiography book is available now worldwide in original English with a price of £14.99.
As he wrote, the book is a great read for anyone who has more than a passing interest in rock and roll life in the music industry.
“Session Man” is a book about Phil Palmer’s life and career in his own words. “By most standards of musical accomplishment was doing pretty well for myself. I had already played and recorded with some of the biggest household names of the time. Featured on several worldwide chart hits and quite literally seen more than a few TV sets tossed from hotel balconies,” he said.
“With many years already under my belt, I thought I had experienced most of what the industry had to offer. However, I had no idea of the amazing adventures, experiences, and collaborations that were still to come in my life.”
“These adventures would see me travel the globe with some of the biggest bands in the world, including Eric Clapton and Dire Straits. They would see me playing to TV audiences of billions and would continue on to the present day where I’m fortunate enough to still be collaborating with rock and pop legends.”