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You may know me from the Ozzy Osbourne band, Billy Idol, or Last in Line and everything in between. Here you can find information about me, about current shows and about anything to do with my musical activities.

Even while this site is under development, it is organized with simple links that include a Bio, Gear and Discography pages and media connections so please feel free to look around!

Currently LIL (Last in Line) has started touring in support of the new album “II” that was released Feb 22nd on Frontiers Records. Please click HERE for more details. We are delighted that in the first week it charted on the Classic Rock Radio charts at 25, and premiered on Billboard at 75 on the Top 100!

Last in Line: Phil Soussan, Vinny Appice, Andrew Freeman,Vivian Campbell. photo by Jim Wright

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Hi everyone- glad to be invited to be on Coffee Talk with Adika Monday morning streaming on YouTube live at 8 am PST! Check in with us and watch how unbearably optimistic I can be during this challenging time. We will talk about music, food and house repairs.
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Covid Kitchen 59 Second Gourmet #2 - shrimp and sun dried tomato vermouth sauce.
Dunno what happened to my sound halfway through - oops!!
Three cloves of garlic crushed
Half a cup of chopped green onions
Quarter cup of slivered sun-dried tomatoes and olive oil
Quarter teaspoon white pepper
Half a pound of raw shrimp
Three quarters of a cup of white vermouth
Three quarters of a cup of whipping cream
One cup of chicken broth
Enough linguine for two people
Fresh basil leaves

Sauté garlic and shrimp until cooked through. Remove from pan and add onions, tomatoes, white pepper, basil leaves, vermouth, whipping cream and chicken broth. Simmer until reduced to where it coats the back of a spoon. In the meantime cook your pasta. Return the shrimp to the sauce and heat through. Add to the pasta and heat to coat.

Serve on the plate, and garnish with fresh basil leaves. Enjoy!
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Covid Kitchen “The 59 Second Gourmet” Episode #1 - Phil’s insane #Chili
Add some New Mexico Hatch green Chilies if you want some EXTRA heat! Enjoy!

2 pounds ground beef
2 cloves garlic, chopped
One 8-ounce can tomato sauce
2 tablespoons chili powder
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon ground oregano
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 cup masa harina (corn flour, found in the Mexican food section of many supermarkets)
One 15-ounce can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
One 15-ounce can pinto beans, drained and rinsed
Shredded Cheddar, for serving
Chopped onions, for serving
Tortilla chips, for serving
Lime wedges, for serving

Place the ground beef in a large pot and throw in the garlic. Cook over medium heat until browned. Drain off the excess fat, and then pour in the tomato sauce, chili powder, cumin, oregano, salt and cayenne. Stir together well, cover, and then reduce the heat to low. Simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. If the mixture becomes overly dry, add 1/2 cup water at a time as needed.
After an hour, place the masa harina in a small bowl. Add 1/2 cup water and stir together with a fork. Dump the masa mixture into the chili. Stir together well, and then taste and adjust the seasonings. Add more masa paste and /or water to get the chili to your preferred consistency, or to add more corn flavor. Add the beans and simmer for 10 minutes. Serve with shredded Cheddar, chopped onions, tortilla chips and lime wedges.
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Guess I should do some music work. Started writing new songs for a possible new solo album, or something. I’ve written two songs and got about five or six on the go but it looks like I’m going to have to be playing everything myself seeing as we can’t get into a room with anybody else! Yes I know, musical masturbation! ...whatever LOL 😂

I guess at this time it makes most sense to focus on the things that we do have control over and to try to be optimistic about those things. If we can find joy in some of those things it may drown out the negativity from some of the things we cannot do anything about. Here’s to being optimistic!
...Now is the time for us to start building those dreams that we have never had time for 🙂
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Things to do #4 Fix some decking? It seems like the only business which is really running full steam ahead right now, apart from the alcohol business, seems to be hardware stores! Home Depot is just jammed full. Counting the hours until we can do some more shows again. Stay well folks! @lastinlineofficial ... See MoreSee Less

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