Phillip Boykin is the find of this show. It is rare to hear a real, rich bass voice such as his. It is matched with a comedic style that is charming and childlike. He does a nice job in “You’re The Boss,” but his voice can be heard as the foundation of the great vocal… Read more »
Phillip will be performing the National Anthem and other musical selections directed by George FaisonFriday, October 5, 2007290 Broadway New York, NY 10007
Hello Friends,It’s been a few years since I received some wonderful reviews for my performance in a National Tour of “Show Boat”. I am happy to say that, I will once again appear as “Joe”. I will perform with the Tony Award Nominee Robert Cuccioli from “Jekyll and Hyde” also Broadway Star Gay Willis of… Read more »
“…Phillip has the most amazing basso profundo voice I have ever heard… “
Larger than life Phillip Lamar Boykin charms the crowd each time he opens his mouth to sing. Whether purring or roaring, his rich velvety voice, combined with a perpetual twinkle in his eye and a larger than life physical persona make him a force to be reckoned with. I mean, let’s face it folks. Anyone… Read more »
“Phillip Lamar Boykin shows what can be done with the human voice in Honeysuckle Rose. Boykin has toured the world as an opera and pop opera singer, and has an incredible vocal range, going from clear falsetto to basso profundo in one breath. But here, he also gets to show his considerable comedic talents, with… Read more »
“And its hard to imagine a voice stronger than that of Phillip Boykin, who sang the best rendition of “Ol’ Man River” that I can remember.” Boykin with barrel-deep bass, exhibited exceptional control, even as his voice dived down to the depths on the last word of the line, “Get a little drunk and you… Read more »
“Despite the relatively small role of his character, Joe, the Greenville S.C. native leads the cast members because of his rendition of the show’s signature song, “Ol’ Man River“.