Tuesday, November 20, 1990
Drummer who worked with plethora of artists but is best known for his work in Howlin' Wolf's band, Earl Phillips (third from left) died at the age of 70 in Chicago, IL.
Tuesday, July 17, 1956
Snooky Pryor held a recording sessions for Vee-Jay in Chicago, IL with Johnny Young & Floyd Jones on guitars, and Earl Phillips on drums backing him.
Monday, October 25, 1954

Otis Spann recorded his trademark song "It Must Have Been The Devil" for Chess in Chicago, Illinois accompanied by George Smith on harmonica, B.B. King and Jody Williams on guitars, Willie Dixon on bass and Earl Phillips on drums.

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Sunday, April 25, 1920
Blues drummer, Earl Phillips (third from left) was born in New York City, NY.