What They're Saying...
Phil Randoy is an entertainer with experience, versatility and talent. He has an innate ability to sense the ever changing mood of his audience and meet that mood.  Every night is different and he responds to that challenge with vitality and ingenuity, often with the added enthusiastic participation of the audience.  He creates a feeling that captivates.

Seattle P-I

"...we are taken by his sincere charm and humor. He's upbeat...the effort Randoy exerts is favorable and welcome. One piece of high praise. Although he's not a country western vocalist, his mixture of two graveyard golden oldies, "Mule Train" and "Ghostriders in the Sky" was one of the best, if not the best we've ever heard."
Seattle Times
"...he followed a touching Irish medley of "Galway Bay" and "Danny Boy" with a Jimmy Webb ballad "Didn't We?" sung without a mike and guitar accompaniment. That soft of thing is tough to pull off, but Phil knew the audience was ready for it  and he succeeded admirably."
Spokesman Review
"Phil has a terminal case of show business mania. And the least you can say is that he is versatile. Depending on the folks in front of him, he is likely to play just about anything, from old Gershwin to Johnny Mathis ballads right on through to John Prine country warblers. can't help but feeling Phil is a good compliment to the club."
Skagit Valley Herald
"Phil entertains crowds with a wide variety of songs and a sense of humor using various accents and props...and involving the audience."