Such an honor to welcome Phil Wickham to the show this week. I remember the first time I heard Phil sing. I was at a songwriting retreat in the Santa Cruz mountains of California and it was a worship night with just Phil and his guitar. The fullness of sound this guy put out was astounding. And for the last couple of years “This is Amazing Grace” has been a staple of our worship sets.
Needless to say, I’m a fan.
In this conversation we pull back the curtain and talk about Phil’s vocal challenges he went through, his new album, his journey, and plenty of practical tips for artists and worship leaders.
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In This Episode You’ll Hear More About:
- Phil’s musical journey and how he became a worship leader
- How to develop confidence
- Where confidence come from
- Phil’s most memorable worship leader moment
- The story behind Phil’s Singalong albums.
- The story behind Phil’s pollopus & vocal rest
- The story behind Children of God, Phil’s new album.
- Why worship leaders need to be immersed in the Psalms.
- 4 tips for caring for your voice as a singer
Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
- Show Sponsor: Learn Worship Keys
- Website: Phil Wickham
- Music: Children of God by Phil Wickham
- Music: Singalong by Phil Wickham
- Music: Singalong 2 by Phil Wickham
- Music: Singalong 3 by Phil Wickham
- Twitter: @philwickham
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