Paul James Phillips

姓名 Paul James Phillips
Birth date 26 六月 1975
国家 USA

Operator (USA-2)

Rev Theory

Puddle Of Mudd

1999 2005 The Band's Page

He is an American guitar player and songwriter, most famous for being a member of the band Puddle of Mudd from 2001 to 2005 and 2009 to 2011. He has also played in the bands Happy Hour, Operator, Society Red and Rev Theory.

He is currently working on a new project called The Fallout Collective, DJing on The Fox 107.7, and had a guest appearance on the TV show Real Fear on Chiller


Phillips first played guitar in the Jacksonville, Florida ska/punk band Happy Hour.

Phillips joined Puddle of Mudd when his friend Fred Durst invited him to audition for a band for Durst's record label. He started with Puddle of Mudd on their 2001 hit album Come Clean. He also assisted with guitars and vocals in the group's 2003 album, Life on Display. Phillips left the band in 2005, citing creative differences.

In 2007, he joined the band Operator, appearing on their debut album, Soulcrusher.

In 2008, Phillips briefly joined the Jacksonville, Florida band Society Red.

He returned to Puddle of Mudd in 2009 and played guitar in the group's 2009 album, Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate and on their most recent album, re:(disc)overed.

On November 13, 2011, Phillips posted on his Facebook page that he will not be touring with Puddle on this upcoming run 'cause he won't be airing any dirty laundry in public.

Phillips contributed original music and scored several sections of the 2012 film Nitro Circus: The Movie with Puddle of Mudd's former bassist, Damien Starkey.