Phoenix

Phoenix

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French alternative rock band

Phoenix on KCRW

French pop band Phoenix joins us on the release date for Ti Amo, which has been described as their most romantic record yet.

Phoenix

French pop band Phoenix joins us on the release date for Ti Amo, which has been described as their most romantic record yet.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

French faves Phoenix catapulted to fame with their 2009 album, and returned to our studio around 2013s Bankrupt.

Phoenix

French faves Phoenix catapulted to fame with their 2009 album, and returned to our studio around 2013s Bankrupt.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Paris-based Phoenix perform songs from Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix and maybe some classics on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Phoenix

Paris-based Phoenix perform songs from Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix and maybe some classics on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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