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As a nightclub vocalist, Miles has been honored with multiple MAC Awards and twice honored in the category of Outstanding Cabaret Male Vocalist at the New York Nightlife Awards. He has headlined across the country and internationally on the stages of some of the finest nightclubs and concert halls. His latest solo show "...Reappearing In My Mind" recently enjoyed a triumphant engagement at Feinstein's and has been playing to standing ovations around the country. His leading man charm, glorious voice and passionate artistry have established him as one of New York's most celebrated male vocalists.

Explore Miles' acclaimed shows below:

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    Miles Phillips made his triumphant Feinstein's debut with a concert specially conceived to celebrate the occasion. His leading man charm, glorious voice and passionate artistry have established him as one of New York's most celebrated male vocalists. This show featured favorites from his theatre, recording and nightclub appearances as well as special presentation of unpublished gems by some of his favorite Broadway composers.

    The diverse collection of songwriters represented in the program included: Michelle Brourman, Karen Gottleib, Kate Bush, Marc Blitzstein, The Rolling Stones, Stephen Schwartz, The Beatles, Lionel Bart, Frank Loesser, William Finn, Jeff Harris, Johnny Mercer, Peter Larson, William Shakespeare, Jason Wynn, Leonard Bernstein, Cy Coleman, Alan & Marilyn Bergman, Herrman & Harman, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Kander & Ebb and Stephen Sondheim. Miles had the special honor of presenting, with John Kander's blessing, the first public performance of a beautiful song "If You Leave Me Now" which was cut from The Happy Time.

    Phillips' longtime musical collaborator, MAC winning composer Jason Wynn, served as Musical Director. They were joined by Miles' old friend, multiple award winner Julie Reyburn, for a special reprise of an arrangement of 'Another Hundred Eleanors' that Julie had performed with Miles back when they were both just getting their start in New York cabaret. Feinstein's was packed with ardent fans, friends and the cream of cabaret society. The show was a hit and the response from audiences and critics was glowing!

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    Additionally, a classically trained bel canto lyric baritone, Miles has considerable experience with classical music, including an All-Star concert of Handel's Solomon, conducted by John Aldis. An accomplished studio singer, Miles has been featured on many jingles and demos. His performances of the National Anthem include: The Chicago Bulls, Wembley Stadium, Arlington International Race Track, The Oakbrook Polo Club and appearances throughout the midwest singing for Big-Eight Basketball games. When not performing solo, Miles served as the resident bass with the jazz quartet A Capella Four as well as working with his vocal ensemble Chicago Vocal Authority.

    Miles' award winning career has included appearances in nightclubs, stadiums and concert halls from Honolulu to London, including:

    Chicago:
    At The Tracks
    Boombala
    Drury Lane Oakbrook
    Gable on Clark
    The Gentry
    Music Lovers
    Nikko's
    The Omni Ambassador
    Rori's
    The Roxy
    Satin Doll
    Sharko's
    Stars
    The Tara
    The Wellington Theatre
    Zigman's

    Connecticut:
    Darien Arts Center (Darien)
    Palace Theater (Waterbury)

    Denver:
    Helen Bonfils Theater
    Denver Center For The Performing Arts
    The Off Larimer Street Jazz Cafe
    The Senate Lounge
    Trax

    Honolulu:
    Hula's
    Lava-Lava

    London:
    Ronnie Scott's

    New York:
    54 Below
    Birdland
    Danny's Skylight Room
    Don't Tell Mama
    The Duplex
    The Dutch Treat Club
    The Encore
    Eighty Eights
    Feinstein's
    Helen's
    The Iridium Jazz Club
    Judy's Chelsea
    The Laurie Beechman Theatre
    Mama Rose's
    The Metropolitan Room
    Pegasus
    Rose's Turn
    Town Hall
    The Triad
    Tribeca Performing Arts Center

    Pennsylvania:
    Bob Egan's Cosmopolitan Club (New Hope)
    Odette's (New Hope)

    San Francisco:
    Geary Theater