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Phil Hilborne is one of the UK's most legendary and respected guitarists.
A true Master Guitarist who has performed with some of the most influential musicians in the business. Alongside his career as a performer, Phil was also the co-founder of 'Guitar Techniques Magazine' and is a renowned music educator/ journalist having taught numerous professional guitarists and contributed to many varied guitar publications globally.
The Phil Hilborne Band are one of the country's premier professional rock bands playing guitar-centric classic rock and blues covers as well as their own material to an extremely high standard. They've been playing together for over 30 years and members of the band have worked with artists and shows such as: Brian May (Queen), Steve Vai, Glen Hughes (Deep Purple), Würsel and Phil Campbell (Motörhead), John Entwistle (The Who), Keith Emerson and The Nice, Neil Murray (Whitesnake/ Black Sabbath), Ian Paice (Deep Purple), Geoff Whitehorn (Procol Harum), Uli Jon Roth (Scorpions), Vinnie Moore (UFO), Robbie McIntosh (Pretenders/ Paul McCartney), Dan Huff (Shania Twain/ Giant), Ray Russell, Guthrie Govan, Les Paul. Nicko McBrain, Steve Harris, Dave Murray and Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), Narada Michael Walden (Grammy award winning producer and songwriter). 'We Will Rock You' - London, Germany and National UK Tour 'Champions of Rock' - Arena Tour Scandinavia 'Flashback' - Arena Tour USA "I shouldn't admit to having favourites, but I do have a particular soft spot for wild man guitarist Phil Hilborne" Brian May, Queen "More sought after than a '59 Les Paul" Guitarist Magazine "Those who know Rock guitar will most likely have heard the name...
The Robin is the Midlands premiere 700 capacity live concert venue.
Situated in Bilston, near Birmingham, in the heart of the Black Country, this award-winning venue has earned the nickname 'The Marquee of the Midlands' after welcoming some of the world’s biggest rock and blues stars.