Episode 50 Playlist

Today be sure to get a head start on Monday’s episode by checking out this week’s bands on the Show Companion Playlists.

To commemorate their 50th episode, Aaron and Brent welcome Toad the Wet Sprocket singer Glen Phillips to the Crossing The Streams podcast.

Glen talks with Aaron and Brent about his weekly Facebook fundraising livestreams, musical gaps in life, love for Nickel Creek, various facets of christianity and religion and more.

Plus, Glen joins Aaron and Brent in picking out two songs to highlight and discuss.

Brent highlights songs from Boys Don’t Cry and Mudcrutch, Glen looks at music from Peter Gabriel and The Avett Brothers, and Aaron picks out tracks by Bruce Hornsby & The Range and Sean McConnell.

The episode will be available Monday, March 8th wherever you listen to podcasts.

Today be sure to get a head start on Monday's episode by checking out this week's bands on the Show Companion Playlists. Aaron and Brent look at a Seattle pop-rock band led by multi-instrumentalist Jessica Dobson and the iconic "Queen of Pop". Fronted by Jessica Dobson, who has performed as a solo artist and as a part of bands like The Shins and Spoon, Aaron highlights three songs from Deep Sea Diver. Coming to prominence in the early 1980s and influencing a generation of performers, Brent focuses on three songs from the legendary Madonna.
Picture Credit: https://www.reverbnation.com/boysdontcry/song/1208804-i-wanna-be-a-cowboy-remix
Picture Credit: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/peter-gabriel-so/
Picture Credit: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/apr/15/bruce-hornsby-interview-absolute-zero
Picture Credit: https://www.tennessean.com/story/entertainment/music/2016/03/25/tom-pettys-mudcrutch-play-ryman/82257698/
Picture Credit: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/avett-brothers-scott-avett-on-what-true-sadness-means-to-him-231406/
Picture Credit: https://lightning100.com/newmusic/sean-mcconnell-rest-my-head/

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Aaron Bevill is a musician and videographer in Nashville, TN. Aaron has been playing guitar since he was 12 and has had a lifelong obsession with music ranging from blues to heavy metal. He has released three self-published instrumental acoustic albums.


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