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Phylicias Joy, Part II (Streaming in the works.)

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Phylicia (Fi-lish-ia)

Phylicia has been playing and singing since her down home growing up days in Virginia.
At the early age of nine, she began studying classical piano . . . until one day (about four years later) she began to hear different rhythms and chords. Sunday school music became an added feature to Phylicia’s southern agenda as well as her teaching herself to play the Hammond B-3 organ. Soon music was majoring in Phylicia and her name was called whenever there was a piano or an organ to be played in the church.

She never left her upbringing of the church but mixed her weekends singing in night clubs to make extra money for college upon graduating from high school. It was in Baltimore Maryland in 1970 that she met the late Julius Brockington and The United Chair and began to record as back ground with noted artists like Bobby Rydell. She was one of “Fusion,” the other voice on the “Do It Henry” single recorded when Hank Aaron hit his 714th home run. In1991, while on an internship in the Transvaal, Republic of South Africa, Phylicia recorded the opening verse to “Wandi Chabelela” with a celebrated South African Presbyterian choir.

Phylicia’s call to the ministry in 1979 gave an additional prop to the stage that seemingly God had been setting all the time. Her inspiration to record “Phylicia’s’ Joy” was born out of her period of recuperating from a near fatal automobile accident. It was that still small voice that prompted “tell them your joy.’

Although Phylicia never believed in her vocal abilities, merely her instrumental skill, from high school through her nightclub days and a myriad of events people have praised her ability to get the message across in her song. . .with sentiments such as "you gave me chills."

Music is her life and it continues to elevate her to realms of the masses.

Her new single “Leavin’ My Cares” will be released in late spring of 2009.