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Phil Keaggy (born March 23, 1951) is a Christian guitarist, songwriter, and singer. Raised in a small farmhouse in Hubbard, Ohio with nine brothers and sisters, Keaggy began playing guitar at age ten on a Sears Silvertone guitar, despite missing half of the middle finger on his right hand due to an accident at age 4 involving a water pump.

He is frequently listed as one of the top fingerstyle guitarists by Guitar Player Magazine readers' polls, but he is… read more

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  • Avatar for thruaglassdark
    A Godly man and a truly unique musician.
  • Avatar for szymshack
    Keaggy fans, I am trying to remember the name of a song that Phil wrote about wives and husbands . Not sure when it was wrote. I just remember listening to it probably in the 80's and 90's. I know that's not much to go on. I really need to find it for an important message for my wife. Would really appreciate your suggestions.
  • Avatar for OnlyVisitor
    The Master And The Musician <><
  • Avatar for flowwwz
    this music means so much to me
  • Avatar for jonodude
    Happy belated birthday, Phil!
  • Avatar for DrSlump7
    My favourite guitarist of all time!
  • Avatar for IL-91
    "Under the Grace" is a pure bliss ^^
  • Avatar for LWRICH
    Phil Keaggy and The Second Chapter of Acts were my cornerstone of Contemporary Christian music during the '70's-80's, when I was a young Christian, along with The Imperials and Honeytree. He is an exceptionally gifted artist!!
  • Avatar for KCollardgreen
    if Gospel music needs a cornerstone of talent, someone with a unique gift and a legendary reputation look no further then the always dependable Phillip Keaggy. He knows a great song, he knows how to make it his own and he leaves you refreshed and appreciative of his insightful interpretations. and like wine, he gets better with age...
  • Avatar for sl8221958
    What A Day, Love Broke Through, The Master And The Musician, Town To Town, How The West Was One, (Crimson And Blue is worth a listen)-- amazing and essential guitar albums. He's released some stinkers, too. But nobody sounds like him, and when he's good, he's the best. If you like your rock blended with classical and hints of LSD memories, like Steve Howe, PK's your man. And when he sings he sounds like Paul McCartney!

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