From his early days in the Winkies, working with Brian Eno, Mick Ronson and Hans Zimmer, to his success in the London pub-rock scene, Rambow went on to co-writing hit songs for the likes of Kirsty McColl, Nick Gilder and Ellen Foley.
After some time out of the spotlight, Rambow re-emerged in 2015 with his critically acclaimed release Whatever Happened To Phil Rambow, listed in the top albums of the year (Goldmine). This was followed by the 2018 track “The Hobo’s Lullaby’ from the Music Minds project, a charity record championing mental health awareness.
2019 sees Rambow return with the Americana-influenced single “Things Are Not Looking Good”, his first on London-based indie label Fretsore Records. The track will be promoted with a number of tour dates across the UK this summer, followed by an album of all-new recordings, Canadiana, due later in the year.