Gen X Faith and Culture: A Conversation With Bill McGarvey

I did a podcast interview with Rev. Amy Ziettlow last May that was just published in HuffPo. In addition to being an ordained minister and a fellow at the Institute for American Values, Amy has a background in classical dance and was interested in the connections I make between music and belief. There's a brief text introduction here and a link to the podcast (30 minutes). They wove in some of the songs from my last album, Beautiful Mess on the soundtrack. Fair warning...this is a super-sized serving of Bill McG--and there were a few audio glitches caused by the Internet connection--but I think we discussed some really interesting topics.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rev-amy-ziettlow/gen-x-faith-culture-a-con_b_4905893.html

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