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Soccer City expands into new fields 
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Imprinted Sportswear Shows Roll Out Multi-Faceted Educational Program 
Embroidery Monogram Business - Jan 01 2:12 PM
DECEMBER 29, 2006 -- The Imprinted Sportswear Shows (ISS) kick off 2007 with a brand new educational conference designed to cover a wide range of professional development needs, from starting out in decorated apparel to acquiring specific technical know-how to developing business-building marketing strategies.

Carlsbad Current-Argus - Jan 02 9:19 PM
CARLSBAD — A dance will be held at the North Mesa Senior Recreation Center from 7-9:30 p.m. today (Jan. 3). Bob and the Legends will play for the dance. Participants need to obtain a membership to the center at a cost of $7.50 yearly.

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Phil Ritchie

Background information
Born June 18, 1978 (age 28)
Origin Ocean Embroider Business City, Maryland, USA
Genre(s) rock
Instrument(s) vocals, trumpet
Lennex, Rock Star: Supernova

Phil Ritchie (born on July Embrodiery Business 18, 1978) is the lead singer of the band Lennex, who has also Emboridery Business performed on the North American Television show Rock Star: Supernova on CBS Embroidry Business in the summer of 2006.


  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Rock Star: Supernova
    • 2.1 Performances
      • 2.1.1 Elimination Embroidey Business Emboidery Business Controversy
  • 3 External links
  • 4 References


The son Embroiery Business of Cathy and Charlie Ritchie, Phil has one sister, Laura, and resides in Ocean Enbroidery Business City, Maryland. His mother owns a commercial embroidery business and makes jewelry for a hobby. His father is a photographer. His girlfriend is Becki Czyz who is also known by her stage and radio name "Roxi". Becki fronts the band "Mind Control" and co-hosts a radio show on Delmarva's 105.5 KISS FM.

Rock Star: Supernova

In the summer of 2006, Phil appeared as one of the 15 national finalists on CBS's Rock Star: Supernova. The show began online on the Rock Star web site on MSN on Monday, July 3rd with an Internet exclusive weekly episode and premiered on 5 July 2006 on CBS. Phil was one of the finalists on the CBS reality television show during the second season of Rock Star. The show is a talent show type reality show in which a band is currently looking for a lead singer to front their band. On the show, Phil was one of Tommy Lee's favorite performers for his swaggering performance style and bobble head.


Week 1 Cult of Personality (Living Colour)
Bottom three performance Stars (Switchfoot)
Week 2 If You Could Only See (Tonic)
Week 3 White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane) (Jason Newsted on bass)
Week 4 One Headlight (The Wallflowers)
Bottom three performance Smoking Umbrellas (Failure) - Eliminated 07/26/06

Elimination Controversy

In week four of the show contestants Patrice Pike, Phil, and Zayra Alvarez would be the bottom three at the end of all the voting. All three performed the cover songs of their choice. Supernova deliberated and they stated all three of the contestants gave good performances. Despite being complimented by host Dave Navarro for his song selection of Smoking Umbrellas by Failure, Phil was chosen to be the one sent home due to Supernova being unsure of whether he really wanted to be in the band. Essentially his elimination was due to statements that Phil had made to the press that he was primarily in the competition to get free publicity for himself and his band, and was not "stoked" about the music Supernova was creating;[1] while it was cut from the aired show, live attendees at the taping reported that Dave Navarro read from Phil's hometown newspaper of The Daily Times. On the following days Dave Navarro confirmed the reason's for Phil's exit on his MySpace and personal website's blogs as a "question of his commitment",[2] rehashing the words read aloud from the article. He also commented on Phil's overall performance and the rumors of scandal from this results show. Dave commented that Phil's weekly performances were too similar and he didn't seem to heed the advice to change it up, as opposed to Zayra.[3]

To Phil's credit, he did not deny the article in question and owned up to the moment with his charm, even joking at one moment. When Dave Navarro said watch what you say to the press, they can misquote you and make things up, Phil joked along saying the statement was made up. The decision to eliminate him that night did not come easy for the show's producer and drummer for Supernova, Tommy Lee who had been a fan of Phil from the beginning. Lee commented on upon hearing this news about Phil not being into the music of Supernova, he said it had broken his heart.

External links

  • Phil Ritchie MySpace Profile
  • Official Lennex Band MySpace Profile
  • Phil Ritchie Feature Pages at Impact Artist Promotions


  1. ^ The Daily Times Article Alex Muller, Making the cut Local rocker Phil Ritchie competes on CBS reality show The Daily Times, July 7, 2006
  2. ^ Dave Navarro 6767 - July 27, 2006 Dave Navarro, Philling in the Blanks, July 27, 2006
  3. ^ Dave Navarro 6767 - July 28, 2006 Dave Navarro, Scandal, July 27, 2006
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