Phil Keaggy Articles and Interviews
A Special Interview for Phil's Internet Fans
- Phil Keaggy: In His Own Words
- In December of 1995, Phil did this special interview for Way Back
Home in which he answered many questions from his 'net fans.
It's about 40 pages long, but it is heavily linked so you can easily
navigate to sections of particular interest; be sure to check
A Joint Interview With Michael Card
In the summer of 1995 Religious Broadcasting published
a joint interview with Phil Keaggy and Michael Card in a special
issue devoted to integrity in the Christian music industry. Many
thanks to them for allowing us to reproduce it here:
Integrity Times Two: Michael Card &
Articles from CCM Magazine
CCM Magazine has graciously granted
us permission to reproduce their articles on Phil at Way Back
Home. Articles and images will slowly appear here, so check
back now and then to see what's new.
- Weird Science, an interview with Keaggy, King, and Dente on the
release of Invention, by Lou Carlozo, November 1997
- Ohms For The Lord: Phil Keaggy fires up the leads for an electric performance, by Bruce A. Bown, October 1996
- Don't Let Go Of My Heart, by James
Long, July 1995
- Phil Keaggy, from the CCM
Acoustic Guitarist Special, by Rich Stevens, November 1992
- Sunday's Child Is Full Of Grace, by Brian
Quincy, January 1989
Other Interviews On The Web
- From Les Pauls to Loops: The Phil Keaggy Effect
- This interview by Brett Ratner was done for Gibson guitars in 1997.
Phil discusses Invention and his Gibson guitars.
- Interview for Harmony Magazine
- This interview dates back to early 1976, when Phil was living
in upstate New York in the Love Inn community, recording his earliest
solo albums. The interview is provided courtesy of Dave Hollandsworth.
- Coffee Talk: Phil Keaggy and Wes King
- This is an
informal interview transcribed by Roberta Croteau, hosted by the
Wes King Homepage.
Interview With Phil Keaggy
- Robert Longman's 1993 interview with Phil, focusing on his then-new
album, Crimson And Blue. An article based on the interview
appeared in Notebored magazine, March/April 1993.
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