PHIL KEAGGY’S THE COVER OF LOVE RELEASES TODAY

New CD From Grammy Nominee Features Collection of Love Songs

The Cover of LoveLegendary recording artist and world-renowned guitar maestro Phil Keaggy has released The Cover of Love through Strobie Records today. The new CD features a collection of love songs by Keaggy’s favorite artists, including The Beach Boys, Paul McCartney, Elvis Presley and the Moody Blues, as well as a number of new songs co-written by Keaggy.

“This album is a collection of songs that I’ve enjoyed listening to across the years, as well as songs I’ve written or co-written,” Keaggy says of The Cover of Love. “I really wanted to make these available to my friends.”

The CD features Keaggy’s interpretations of “Between Wyomings” by Ken Mansfield, “Good Vibrations” by The Beach Boys, Paul McCartney’s “Somedays” and “Motor of Love,” Elvis Presley’s “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You” and “Voices In the Sky” by the Moody Blues. Keaggy has also contributed a number of new songs, including “My Auburn Lady,” and “What Matters Most,” “Grow With Me,” co-written with Michael Lewis, and “Where The Morning Dawns,” which he co-wrote with Mike Rodovsky. Keaggy and his daughter, Olivia Keaggy, co-wrote “Where Are You Love,” which also features Olivia on vocals.

The Cover of Love is available at philkeaggy.com.

About Phil Keaggy:
One of the world’s most beloved musicians, Keaggy’s solo career has spanned 40+ years and has included more than 50 solo albums, both vocal and instrumental, as well as eight releases with his band, Glass Harp.Widely recognized for his phenomenal guitar playing as well as his vocal and songwriting prowess, he has received numerous accolades and awards for his music, including seven Dove Awards and a Grammy nomination.

An accomplished record producer and one of the most sought-after studio guitarists on the planet, Keaggy also continues to sell out concerts all over the United States with his ever-changing style, ranging from rock & roll to fully-orchestrated instrumental compositions.

The Cover of Love is available from Strobie Records. For more information on Keaggy and The Cover of Love, visit philkeaggy.com. Follow Phil Keaggy on Facebook (facebook.com/philkeaggy) or Twitter (@philkeaggy).

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