Special Guest Josh Garrels, Pt. 1 - Episode #363

October 28th, 2016
Special Guest Josh Garrels, Pt. 1 - Episode #363

With room for only one more interview guest in the UTR "radio" era, the choice was easy. We welcome back Josh Garrels to the show for an in-depth 2-part conversation - plus we're also playing listener requests.

Songs Played in This Episode (10)
  • Tomorrow
    on White Flag
    by Branches
  • At The Table
    on Home
    by Josh Garrels
  • Your Reality
    on Floodplain
    by Sara Groves
  • Rabbit and the Bear
    on Jacaranda
    by Josh Garrels
  • Cry Baby
    on The Green Room Serenade, Part 1
    by Lost Dogs
  • Sailor’s Waltz
    on Love & War & The Sea In Between
    by Josh Garrels
  • The Importance of Breathing
    on Breathe
    by Ali Rogers
  • The Arrow
    on Home
    by Josh Garrels
  • Remedy
    on Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices
    by The Welcome Wagon
  • Over Oceans
    on Over Oceans
    by Josh Garrels

Producer Notes:

We fell in love with the music of Josh Garrels in the early days of UTR, and hundreds of folks have cited us as being the place they discovered his talent.  On this episode I say "he might be one of the most important indie artists of our generation" - and that's not hyperbole. His rise in popularity and his success as an artist are revered by many inside and outside the music industry, and many indie artists look at Josh as an inspiration.  This one-of-a-kind artist doesn't tour significantly, and doesn't do too many interviews with the media.  But he was gracious to give us an extended interview, which will be shared in this week's and next week's UTR episodes.  We go a bit more in-depth with Josh as well.  What song off of "Home" took a left turn? Why does he feature instrumental tracks? What does he think of 5 year plans?  These and other questions are tackled. Besides Josh's music, we'll also be playing requests by UTR listeners.  Enjoy this third-to-last radio program!  [Don't forget, we have a Kickstarter Campaign now through 11/15, and we could use your help to do a creative relaunch of the ministry in 2017.]  (Dave)

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