Stillwater musician Bo Phillips lands at No. 1 on Texas chart

By Chase Rheam Published: August 17, 2012
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A Stillwater musician has found himself at the top of a Texas music report.

The Texas Regional Radio Report lists artist Bo Phillips at No. 1 for his single, “Red Dirt Girl.”

“This is my first anything out of the top 30 pretty much,” Phillips said.

He described “Red Dirt Girl” as a song that reaches other performers in the industry as well as the listeners. As a result of his No. 1 accolade, Phillips said his name will be found in Billboard Magazine this week.

“The fans kept listening and kept requesting it and radio tied on to it. It's such a huge, huge blessing,” Phillips said.

Friends and family have congratulated him on the achievement that finds him at the top of a list graced by other well-known acts such as Kevin Fowler, Randy Rogers Band, Reckless Kelly and Phillips' brother, Stoney LaRue.

“Everybody says it's not a competition and the fact of the matter is you're not out here to beat anybody,” Phillips said. “You just want to be at the top. The fact that everyone respects the music and myself alongside these other artists, I'm extremely grateful and flattered.”

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Everybody says it's not a competition and the fact of the matter is you're not out here to beat anybody. You just want to be at the top. The fact that everyone respects the music and myself alongside these other artists, I'm extremely grateful and flattered.”

Bo Phillips

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