Phil Jeffrey was incredible as Rodney Dangerfield we laughed our asses off and it was as if Rodney was still alive, and doing a comedy special just for us. I must recommend Phil again and again, as a Rodney Dangerfield impersonator again and again, Simply the best we had a amazing time. HE IS THE BEST., Would hire Phil again again and again, new and old Rodney Jokes. Hire Phil Now 

- Mike C.

“… talented, personable and professional singer Mr. Phil Jeffrey … wowed the audience.”
- Jerry King, Past Post Commander

“Here is the singer I was telling you about. He packed the house and everyone loved him.”
- Michael Miller, Honorary Mayor of Woodland Hills, CA

“… was very well received and we will bring him back again.”
- Sue Schubert, Motion Picture and Television Fund Guild

“Your interpretation of Frank Sinatra was excellent.”
- Meris Ficks, Motion Picture and Television Fund

“Phil sings some of the greatest hits ever recorded from Frank Sinatra, Broadway, to the
songs of today.”
- Charlotte Afriat, The New JCC at Miken

“Everyone loved the entertainment!”
- Diana Donovan, Encino Chamber of Commerce

“Phil was a gentleman and a professional. His voice is great and was very flexible. We interrupted him a number of times with our grand kids and he did not get frustrated or impatient and even let another person do a song. I would give him a strong recommendation for any type of get together A+.”
- www.gigmasters.com/singer/PhilJeffrey

“Mr. Phil Jefrrey appeared at Sportsman's Lodge in Studio City, California on November 4, 2007 to entertain hospitalized Veterans from two National V.A. Hospitals. Mistress of Ceremonies Mrs. Millie Brooks, a patron of J.W.V Post #617, proudly introduced the dynamic, talented, personable and professional singer Mr. Phil Jeffrey who wowed the audience. I am proud to recommend the entertainment of Mr. Jeffrey.”
- Jerry king P.P.C (Past Post Commander)

“His program brought forth many enthusiastic comments. It was enjoyed by all who where privileged to hear him. Phil sings some of the greatest hits ever recorded from Frank Sinatra, Broadway, to the songs of today. He works with the original Sinatra big band arrangements. Thank you, Phil for accepting our invitation and we hope that at some future dates we will honored once again by your presence.”
- Charlotte Afriat, Senior Adult Director

“Thank you so much for generously donating your talent and time to our teacher of the year awards luncheon. Everyone loved the entertainment! We were thrilled to have you and appreciated you being there.”
- Dana Donovan, CEO, Encino Chamber Of Commerce

“We were extremely pleased with his performance. His selection of songs and his enthusiasm was enjoyed by everyone present. We would highly recommend Mr. Jeffrey and would be pleased to have him perform for us again.”
- President of Rishon, Bnai Brith, Paulese Deutchman

“At Braemar country club's "Frank Sinatra night "Here is the singer I was telling you about he packed the house and everybody loved him.”

“We were favored by a special guest, Phil Jeffrey, a frank Sinatra double. When the handsome chap, looking Frank in his forties, walked on stage in a beautifully tailored tuxedo, a hat tilted slightly to his right, a white kerchief, not orange, in his breast pocket, he was greeted with a warm welcome before he hit the first note of "All The Way," followed with "I Get A Kick Out Of You" and "for Once In My Life," No doubt about it, here was Mr.s S. in his prime. Oh, Yes, I almost forgot-In his left hand was a Marlboro, not Carmel. Frank Always had a close rapport with musicians, and Phil seemed to share that amicable relationship also.”

“Few have tried to emulate the most compelling romantic male singer that American pop music has produced. Jeffrey does it with ease and authority. His personal feelings are injected into each song like Sinatra used to do, giving the audience a sense of intimacy. Sinatra was a master in giving added meaning to a lyric, and so does Phil.”

“Jeffrey has studied Sinatra carefully and has inherited many of his mannerism, such as, a tilt of the shoulder, a broad pearly smile, a wink to a classy less down front and stealing a line from when "The Entertainer Of The Century" was at the Sands Hotel with Count Basie, "how did all these people get in my room?”

“Audiences, receptive to earlier performances, grew in scope and admiration when Phil recreated the great Frank Sinatra sound of the 50's when Ole' Blue eyes crooned in front of the Count Basie Orchestra. Phil's interpretation of the great American Songbook includes musical gems from the libraries of Tony Bennett, Bobby Darren, Joe Williams, and many others.”