Possibly the most creative person I have ever known, Andrew Peterson is a songwriter, singer, author, filmmaker, farmer, and pretty much a billion other things. He’s just significantly cooler than me, which you’ll know soon enough.
If you’ve been around here for a while, we’ve been talking for a long time about one of Andrew’s songs- The Sower’s Song- the one that got me going about myrtle a few months. And we talk about it today on the show- along with writing fiction, Nashville, gardening, songwriting, and the massive role Andrew played ten years ago in my writing career.
His Resurrections Letters albums are just brilliant. I think you are going to love them.
Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this episode!
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