Phil Sutcliffe

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Phil Sutcliffe
Basic information
Birth name: Phil Sutcliffe
Birth date: July 13, 1947
Origin: ORIGIN
Occupation(s): music journalist
Associated acts: ASSOCIATED ACTS
Official website: OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Phil Sutcliffe played a crucial part in The Police 's history. He was the driving force behind Sting's and Stewart Copeland's first meeting. Without Phil Sutcliffe there would be no The Police.


As a music journalist Phil Sutcliffe wrote for Sounds magazine. He supported Last Exit by reviewing and praising them a lot. On 1976-09-25 he had a very good idea: he took Stewart Copeland (who was in Newcastle with Curved Air) to a Last Exit concert, where he introduced Sting to Stewart Copeland.

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