In January 2007 Phillips put an ad on MYspace for a new bassist and guitarist to play in his March tour.
In 2004 Virginia Creeper arrived and with it a more folky, almost-country record noted for the complete absence of the electric guitar.
For his solo career, Phillips is signed to Boston based indies label record Rounder Records.
Siva Burlesque, Grant-lee's band failed to make an impact in the hair metal era of the eighties.
Grant-lee is able to play the twelve string guitar.
Grant-Lee Phillip's fifth solo album, Strangelet, will be released March 27, 2007.
Phillips narrated on Aimee Mann's Christmas Album, featuring such song as 'You're a Mean One Mr Grinch' and 'How the Grinch stole Christmas'.
Grant-lee has written an online article entitled Newsworthy.
As well as being a musician, Grant-lee is also a visual artist with his own drawings and sketches being used as album covers.
Grant has worked with musicians Michael Stipe of R.E.M., Gary Louris of The Jayhawks, Paul Oakenfold and Jon Brion.
In Grant Lee Buffalo's early years a drum machine was used instead of a drummer.
Grant's father was a minister and his mother was a southern gospel singer.
Phillips has been a featured guest vocalist/instrumentalist on the albums of The Eels, Aimee Mann, Rickie Lee Jones, Robyn Hitchcock, Michael Penn and John Doe
Before Grant-Lee Buffalo Grant-Lee formed a band with Jeff Clark called Shiva Burlesque.
Grant's band Grant-Lee Buffalo played to a sold out crowd at a concert opening for The Cranberries.
Grant-Lee was voted Best Male Vocalist in 1994 by Rolling Stone Magazine.
Grant-Lee was formerly part of the band Grant-Lee Buffalo but he is now a solo artist.
Grant-Lee is very versatile, being an actor, singer, and songwriter.
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