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Artist Profile: Phillip Chalker

I’m a singer songwriter and entertainer from Traralgon. With my faithful companion and Seeing Eye dog Roddy, I perform a repertoire of rock n' roll and popular music classics, either with acoustic guitar or CD backing tracks.

I also provide karaoke, songwriting workshops and Djing, and MCing services. I provide exciting music performances along with a great sense of humor and audience participation.


Profile photograph by Lv Express.


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Phillip Chalker with his Ukulele and his Seeing Eye dog Roddy
Phillip Chalker

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