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    The first solo album by Phil Keaggy "What a Day" celebrates its 40th anniversary

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of the release of the first solo album by Phil Keaggy "What a Day".

    In June 1974 he published the first solo album by Phil Keaggy, who at the time was part of the bands "Glass Harp" and The Squires, and had also been in the early days of the band "Love Song". In June 1974 Phill released "What a Day", his first solo album under the label "New Song Records". 

    40 years later, Phill Keaggy has become one of the greatest performers of Christian music, and one of the fathers of Christian rock.

    His first album is serving 40 years being published, and you can purchase it with just one donation of three to hundred dollars. You can visit the following internet address in order to acquire it. http://pkmerch.harvestproductionsinc.com/whataday-40thanniversary.aspx


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