Vassar Hoping for No-Repeat on NYE “Accident”

Vassar, Phil

Phil Vassar is getting ready to headline Nashville’s annual big outdoor New Year’s Eve blowout. And he’s got lots of family and friends flying into town to party with him.

At midnight, they’ll all gather for an 80-foot guitar drop in the middle of downtown Nashville.

This won’t be Phil’s first time with friends in Nashville on New Year’s Eve.

He tells Country Weekly that, on a past New Year's Eve, one of his friends had a little too much to drink, and that a Nashville police officer was kind enough to drive that buddy home.

That didn’t turn out so great.

“He threw up in their car,” Phil says, laughing.

“He’ll know who it is when this is mentioned. You gotta love that. Sweet of them to take him home, and he goes and, well . . . how ’bout that?”

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