Idol finalist Phil Stacey records CD
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Idol finalist Phil Stacey records CD

Tuesday, December 11, 2007 – American Idol season 6 finalist Phil Stacey went into the studio with producer Wayne Kirkpatrick (Little Big Town) to record music for his debut for Lyric Street Records.

At last season's American Idol, Stacey received national attention. He sang country hits "Where The Blacktop Ends," "The Change" and "I Need You."

Following American Idol, Stacey toured with his fellow contestants over the summer on a 55-city tour before moving to Nashville with wife Kendra and their two children to pursue a career in country music.

Stacey grew up singing in his father's church in Fairfield, Ohio and studied vocal performance at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn. In 2003, Stacey enlisted in the U.S. Navy where he served as a Musician Third Class at Navy Band Southeast in Jacksonville.

There was no word on when a CD may be released.

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