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Duncan Phillips

Biography

Famous as the drummer from the Christian pop band Newsboys, this Australian musician joined up with the group in 1993 and contributed to varied albums, including Take Me personally to Your Leader, Thrive, and Given birth to Again. On his 1st Newsboys documenting, the 1994 recording Going General public, he performed keyboards and offered back-up vocals. He and his bandmates received five Dove Honours and three Grammy nominations between 1994 and 2003. A indigenous of Queensland, Australia, he later on resolved in Tennessee, U.S.A. He wedded in 1998 and welcomed kids called Taylor, Madison, and Jack port between 2002 and 2007. Phillips and vocalist Peter Furler are both known for his or her use Newsboys.

Quick Facts


Full Name Duncan Phillips
Date Of Birth March 3, 1964
Place Of Birth Australia
Profession Drummer
Nationality American
Spouse Breeon Phillips
Parents Eliza Laughlin Phillips, Duncan Clinch Phillips
Siblings James Laughlin Phillips
Music Groups Newsboys
Movies Newsboys: Shine: The Hits Live
Star Sign Pisces

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#Fact
1If he wasn't in the Newsboys, he would be building houses
2He's the shortest member of the band, but also the oldest
3He was a surfing champ growing up in Australia
4He likes to eat vegemite


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
God's Not Dead 22016The Newsboys
God's Not Dead2014Duncan Phillips

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mari White Presents the Newsboys2011TV SeriesHimself - Drums
35th Annual GMA Music Awards2004TV SpecialPerformer - Newsboys
Newsboys: Down Under the Big Top1996VideoHimself

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#Quote
1Lasagna and motorcycles are why we have a legion of people praying for our safety.


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