Elijah Blue Allman Biography
Birthday: July 10, 1976 (Cancer)
Born In: Beverly Hills, California, United States
Elijah Blue Allman is an American singer, guitarist and artist. He is the son of pop icon, Cher, and rocker, Gregg Allman. Professionally known by his stage name Phillips Exeter Blue I, Elijah Blue Allman is the founder-member of the heavy metal band 'Deadsy'. As part of the band, he has released three albums: 'Deadsy' (1996), 'Commencement' (2002) and 'Phantasmagore' (2006). After the band went into hiatus in 2007, he started a solo project titled 'Elijah Blue and the Trapezoids' and released three demos on his MySpace page in 2008. Since 2014, he has hinted multiple times that the band Deadsy might stage a comeback very soon. He has been featured on a number of songs from contemporary rock bands including Orgy, Sugar Ray, Coal Chamber, Thirty Seconds to Mars and Korn. He is also a painter whose inaugural exhibition, 'Step-and-Repeat' at Kantor Gallery in April 2010, was a runaway success. In August 2010, he held another exhibition called 'Stuff of Legends' at the Madison Gallery in Malibu. A vehement critic of the superficiality of the life of celebrities, his paintings and installations at both exhibits acted as "commentaries on the unholy marriage of celebrity and commerce".