Phil hosts the podcast by himself this week with special guest singer-songwriter Andrew Peterson! They discuss the path of Andrew’s career, as well as his latest album, Light for the Lost Boy, his novels, and his online storytelling community The Rabbit Room.
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Andrew Peterson is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter. He has quietly carved out a niche for himself as one of the most thoughtful, poetic, and lyrical songwriters of his generation. More recently he’s established himself as the grassroots facilitator of an online literary and songwriting community, The Rabbit Room, and an emerging fantasy novelist as well (The Wingfeather Saga). His latest album is Light for the Lost Boy.
I’m thoroughly enjoying your podcast guests, Phil. (Not to take anything away from the weekly Phil-Skye-Christian banter – I listen for that too!) Thanks for introducing me to Andrew’s music. And on that note, thanks for all the work you’ve put into the podcast – I look forward to Tuesdays, and I’ve even returned to a few of them for a second listen (episode 8 got three listens).
I admit that the ukelele annoyed me at first, but, it’s won me over.
T-shirt suggestion: “Here’s the thing…” – Skye
(He says that every podcast)
Guest suggestion: an athiest. Atheism always comes up on the podcast – give one some air time!
I just finished Episode 21.
Andrew Peterson was great.
I was moved by the closing song. “The land of the free.” WOW! There’s a T-shirt theme for you to work with. Thanks Phil for putting him on the podcast and thanks for what you are doing. It is giving me plenty to think about.