Phil McCormack Biography – Phil McCormack Wiki
Phil McCormack was the lead singer for Jacksonville-based Southern rock band Molly Hatchet.
Phil McCormack Molly Hatchet
McCormack joined Molly Hatchet full time in 1995, taking over for Danny Joe Brown, who left the band due to health problems.
Molly Hatchet released its debut album on Epic Records in 1978, shooting to the top of the charts. “Flirtin’ With Disaster” followed, and the title track became a legendary hit for the band. Known for hits “Flirtin’ With Disaster”, “Whiskey Man” and “Gator Country”, the band has undergone numerous changes in its nearly four-and-a-half-decade history, including a brief split in the early 1990s.
In recent years, Molly Hatchet fans have mourned the loss of several former bandmembers, including frontman Danny Joe Brown, who died in 2005; original guitarist Duane Roland in 2006; original drummer Bruce Crump in 2015; bassist Banner Thomas in April 2017, original guitarist Dave Hlubek in 2017; and frontman Jimmy Farrar in October 2018.
Phil McCormack Age
He was born on 31 July 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. He was 58 years old at the time of his death.
Phil McCormack Death
Phil McCormack’s death was confirmed in a social media posts by The Roadducks, the Virginia-based rock band that McCormack frequently performed with.
The Roadducks said in a statement: “Phil was a fabulous, singer, band mate, brother, and human being. Collectively we spent thousands of hours that turned into thousands of days together, creating an unbreakable bond few people are fortunate enough to ever experience.”
The Molly Hatchet also announced McCormack’s death in a statement.
“It is with great sorrow to announce the passing of our friend and band member, Phil McCormack. Our condolences and prayers go out to his family during this time of loss. Phil’s contributions to Molly Hatchet were heard around the world. He will be missed but never forgotten.”
Phil McCormack Cause of Death
Phil McCormack’s cause of death was not revealed.