Tragic Death of a Truther Musical Star

Rest In Peace Stephen Phillips

Stephen Phillips, violinist with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, who was killed in a crash at Huntly.


A rising truther musical star by the name of Stephen Phillips passed away in a tragic car accident on Monday.  He is deeply missed by his truther family and all who knew him. RIP Stephen.  God bless.



Stephen Phillips, 54 and his two stepsons aged 12 and 14 were killed when the rental car they were travelling in collided with a truck on State Highway 1 at Huntly on Monday afternoon

Queensland Symphony Orchestra chairman Greg Wanchap said Phillips had been a member for more than 25 years.

“The thoughts, prayers and love from everyone at the Queensland Symphony Orchestra are today with the family of our much loved First Violinist Stephen Phillips and his partner Belinda Williams, who often played Viola with the QSO,” he said.

“Stephen had been a member of the QSO since 1987 and Belinda has played with the QSO since 2002.”


Breaking News report:

Fatal Huntly crash: Musical family had just arrived in New Zealand

Queensland Symphony Orchestra: A great Australian orchestra


Gone too soon

Tribute song:Gone too soon” by M.J. 


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