Phillip Phillips Shares New Song 'Into the Wild'The track is from the singer's forthcoming album 'Collateral.'
Phillip Phillips Announces The Magnetic Tour With Houston ShowYou don't want to miss him when he comes back to town!
Phillip Phillips Announces New Album 'Collateral,' 2018 Tour Dates“I'm excited to show people who the new Phillip is."
Phillip Phillips Stopped By To Debut New Song "Miles" Before Woodlands Concert TonightPhillip played us a new song and let us know how he's helping the Houston Food Bank this afternoon!
Phillip Phillips & Wife Recall the First Time They MetThey didn't kiss on the first date.
Phillip Phillips Releases 'Miles,' His First New Music in Three YearsThe delay was caused by a legal dispute Phillips was ensnared in with 19 Entertainment about an allegedly unfair contract he signed with them. That case has since been settled.
'American Idol' Producers SUING Phillip Phillips For $5 MillionWhy are the 'Idol' producers suing their season 11 winner??
Phillip Phillips and Matt Nathanson Announce Summer TourA Great Big World and Eric Hutchinson will open on select dates.
How Phillip Phillips' Lawsuit Will Expose and Change 'American Idol'American Idol likes to say they help make dreams come true, but according to Phillip Phillips, winning the show can be a real nightmare. But his suit could lead to real change for reality competitions.
Phillip Phillips Files Suit Against 'American Idol' Producers Who 'Manipulated' HimPhillips filed a complaint with the California Labor Commissioner claiming 19 Entertainment, the producers behind American Idol, violated the state’s Talent Agencies Act.
Interview: Phillip Phillips Insists on Writing His Own Songs, Won't Stay FolkyRadio.com hopped on the phone with him to talk about shedding his folk sound in favor or rock, vocal lilting and what all this touring has taught him about putting on a live show.
Phillip Phillips Hits the State Fair Circuit for 'Where We Came From' VideoThe clip features live footage of his performance from the Alaska State Fair, with not only shots of his devoted crowd, who came out even in the rain, but the snow covered tops of the Chugach Mountains and the green, green grass of its valley below.