Phil Verone


Double Stop Podcast - PHIL VERONE (Saigon Kick)

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This week on the Double Stop Podcast is Phil Varone from Saigon Kick.
Phil Varone discusses his life and career, from his early days and the history or Saigon Kick, the side effects of their hit “Love Is On The Way”, his issues with Saigon Kick’s management, and their breakup. Plus he discusses his 90’s band with Rachel Bolan, Prunella Scales, and his time in Skid Row. We also cover his other endeavors such as stand-up comedy, writing and the adult film business (and why he left). He talks about his regrets over the documentary “Wake Up Dead”, the new book he’s writing on an undisclosed comedian, and his newly announced return to music.
On his Saigon Kick manager 29:00 “If I ever get a terminal illness and I know I'm dying, I'm gonna go kill the manager. He deserves to die. That's how much of a piece of shit he is. Outside of being a crook and a skumbag, he's just a piece of garbage.”
On the documentary "Wake Up Dead". 36:30 “It's something I regret doing. For me, it was done to hastily. I think I was in a mindset that was very much dark, and not anything that should have been shot”
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