The Crowd the Critic and the Muse with Michael Gungor

Musical artist Michael Gungor joins us for a conversation about creativity, spirituality and the deeper things of life.Gungor-7500final1500_bigger

His new book is called The Crowd, The Critic, and the Muse along with all of the band’s amazing collection of music.

The songs you hear in this episode are from the live Creation Liturgy album.

Amazon says ” An award-winning, globetrotting musician, Gungor also reveals his personal journey as an artist and creator, a tale of moving from innocence to wisdom, from simplicity to complexity and back again, a tale of leaving home and returning in a new, better, and more creative way.”  Plus they have made the Kindle edition SUPER affordable.

This is a really fun conversation with only one downside … the final minutes of the recording dissolved into unusable audio. We are left wanting for more. When Michael gets back in the country, maybe we can finish what we started!

 

Remember: Easter comes early this year so Lent starts on February 13. Bo will be blogging through the book Neighbors and Wisemen every weekday through the Lenten Journey.  Come and join the conversation!

This episode is sponsored by the Subverting the Norm Conference 2 in Springfield Missouri April 5th and 6th. Thanks to both Drury University and Phillips Theological Seminary for sponsoring the conference and making it the most affordable two-day event of the year.

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charis9
charis9

I highly recomend Paul Winter's"Missa Gaia" and "Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts" with Paul Horn and written by Lalo Schifrin, of Mission Impossible fame...For me, these two works, along sode of Quincy Jones' modern interpretation of Handel's "Messiah," are the ultimate in modern expression of the spiritual journey... Charis