The Rock on Neon radio station has about 50,000 songs to choose from placing Phillip’s songs in the top 2% of the music available to be played on the station which plays music from established artists and independent artists.
The book ranks the radio station’s top 1000 songs of all time. Rock on Neon Radio’s motto is “some that you recognise, some that you’ve hardly even heard of” which is a quote from the song “Celluloid Heroes” by The Kinks, written by Ray Davies. So Phillip’s songs are in the book along with songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Simon & Garfunkel, David Bowie, Prince, U2, The Pretenders, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Dido, Coldplay, Adele and many more.
The two songs in the book are “I Don’t Want To Go,” a dark Alternative song about mortality and the dangers of making a deal with the spirit world for a lifetime of wealth and happiness on earth and “It’s Up To Us,” a simple pop rock song with a strong, positive message about the need for unity, understanding and freedom in the world today.
Phillip Foxley is a multi-genre songwriter/guitarist. He writes Blues, Rock, Punk and Piano/Acoustic music for TV and film soundtrack licensing from his home studio in North Wales.
“If you’ve never heard of Phillip Foxley then you should seek out his music, turn up the volume and zone out. It reflects the maturity so loved and appreciated in the great blues rock players. His song collection has all the right stuff; edgy blues to classically styled rock to soft acoustic and piano tunes. It’s like listening to three generations of blues-rock on one album.” – Jamsphere Magazine.
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