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Phil Madeira

Phil Madeira is an American songwriter, producer, musician and singer from Nashville, Tennessee.

Madeira is a multi-instimentalist, playing Hammond B-3 organ, harmonica, guitar, lap steel guitar[?], accordion, dobro, flute, percussion and other instruments on projects by artists like Garth Brooks, Ashley Cleveland[?], Amy Grant, Phil Keaggy, Lost Dogs, Buddy Miller, Julie Miller, Rich Mullins, The Neville Brothers, Sixpence None The Richer, Steve Taylor, Terry Scott Taylor, the Vigilantes of Love[?], Alison Krauss[?], Vanessa Williams, Keb' Mo'[?] and others.

Madeira is also a songwriter whose songs have been recorded by many of the same artists listed above.

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