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Romanovsky & Phillips albums, as well as Ron's solo albums, are now available to purchase as CDs from the R&P Store. Selected titles and tracks are available at iTunes and CDbaby.

Romanovsky & Phillips began their career at San Francisco's Valencia Rose Cafe in 1982 as the musical break for Gay Comedy Open Mic Night before touring North America for almost two decades. While Paul has put music on hold for the time being, Ron sporadically continues to compose, perform and record, as well as produce and star in a number of original music videos viewable right here and on YouTube. His repertoire has expanded to include classic French music and accordion-based instrumentals in addition to the political satire and social commentary that R&P are known for.

Read more about R&P's history or Ron's & Paul's Biographies

 

The latest video is for Ron's song Pittsburgh PA.
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What's New on RomanovskyandPhillips.com:

New Film Features Paul

Queers in the Kingdom, a documentary by filmmaker Markie Hancock, exposes evangelical culture as the underlying force that legitimizes Bible-based homophobia and heterosexism.

As one of the LGBT survivors of Wheaton College (Billy Graham's alma mater) Paul shares his story of how this uber-conservative Christian College inadvertently fueled his activism, and eventually led him to form a gay and lesbian alumni group, which had a contingent in the 1993 GLBT March On Washington. Featuring an extensive interview with Paul as well as the music and archival footage of Romanovsky & Phillips, this film is a must-see for R&P fans.

Queers in the Kingdom is currently being screened at a number of national and international film festivals (watch your local listings!) and has already been nominated for a social justice award. The DVD is available for purchase directly from Hancock Productions. Visit their site for screening schedule, ordering info and to see the trailer.

 

L'accordeoniste

The long-awaited follow up to Ron's first french CD, Je m'appelle Dadou, this disc best represents the eclectic cafe repertoire that has made him the go-to accordion guy in his adopted hometown of Santa Fe.

Half instrumental and half vocal, this disc celebrates the accordion in a variety of moods, from Edith Piaf's "La Vie en Rose" to Nina Rota's "Theme from Amarcord" to the gypsy dance "Deux Guitars" plus the traditional french musette waltz "Reine de Musette." Also included are four original tracks, varying from circus music to tango.

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April In Paris

This richly textured and upbeat collection of classic french chansons and songs about France is the result of a decade of performances with francophile musician Charles Tichenor. Sung in both French and English, the collaboration recalls the duo sound of R&P, featuring lush vocal arrangements in a nostalgic cabaret setting with Charles on piano and Ron on guitar, accordion and ukulele.

Among the 15 tracks are songs by Cole Porter, George Moustaki, Charles Trenet and George Gershwin, plus one original Romanovsky tune, and the hilarious "Gay Paree" by Henri Mancini, featured in the film "Victor Victoria."

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1 Out of 10 Therapists contains the lyrics for 44 Romanovsky & Phillips and Ron Romanovsky songs. It was issued to celebrate 30 years of great gay folk music.

Our Merchandise Shop has an assortment of great gift ideas from apparel to mugs to totebags and more. Some feature retro designs based on our vintage 1980s tour shirts. We also offer selected lyrics from songs on R&P and Ron's solo albums; social commentary and expressions of pride continue to be in fashion.

And of course, there are music CDs as shown below.


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