Allan Phillip's raw, energetic percussion, keyboard, string and vocal
performances have him in high demand for live as well as studio
engagements. He has performed and/or recorded for such legends as
the late Bob Hope and Tito Puente as well as Donna Summer, Kenny
Loggins, Patti LaBelle, Kenny Rogers, Al Jarreau, Sheila E., Brenda
Russell, ZapMama, Peter White, Thomas Mapfumo, Jeff Lorber, Kirk
Whalum, Fattburger, Big Mountain, Sergio Mendes and the Los Angeles
Philharmonic. Allan has also composed and produced music for several
independent films and music for broadcast for NBC, ABC ESPN, A&E,
Univision among many others, as well as station ID's for TV and radio
throughout North, Central and South America. He has acted as a
composer, orchestrator and producer for the world's largest original
music-library firm.

Though his talents as a composer and instrumentalist are impressive, it
is when wearing the hat of "producer" that Allan's talents are virtually
unmatched. Although comparable to that of the top music producers of
today, Allan's work inhabits a world of its own. His multicultural
background provides an internationality to his work, a respect for
different cultures and their musical traditions, which transcends his
music. In addition, Allan's unique ability to communicate the essence of
"The Universal Language", allows him to draw from artists what it is that
he desires for his music; a raw, natural feel. For over a decade, Allan
has successfully produced music from nearly every known musical
genre; from pop and world music to jazz and Latin.

As an EMMY winner for writing and producing the soundtrack of the PBS
program Grannies on Safari, as part of the Grammy nominated team for
Alex Acuña's Acuarela de Tambores album, as winner of 13 San Diego
Music Awards, U.C.S.D outstanding artist award among others, Allan
Phillips personifies the new breed of musical artists. Holding a respect
for tradition, while at the same time shaping the future, Allan is someone
to watch for as a musical leader in the 21st century.