A six-time Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter and respected author, Andrew Greer is known for his old soul sound and thoughtful prose. His folk-gospel discography displays a deep affection for vintage spiritual songs, instinctively captured on his critically acclaimed Angel Band hymn series, having reached the Top 10 on Amazon and iTunes’ mainstream charts upon release. “Hymns are as true to my human experience as my own catalog of songs,” Andrew shares. “In fact, if it hadn’t been for the impact of those indelible tunes, I may have never fallen in love with music, or been introduced to God.” Andrew’s 2013 recording, All Things Bright & Beautiful, held the #1 position on Nielsen Christian SoundScan’s Instrumental chart for 25 consecutive weeks. On tour dates at home and abroad, Andrew has shared the stage with folks like Amy Grant, Andrew Peterson and Brandon Heath. His songs have been recorded by artists like Jaci Velasquez, Seth & Nirva and John Tibbs.  Also a native Texan, Andrew now gladly calls Franklin, Tennessee home. How did the idea for the Dinner Conversations show come about? Have you been friends for a long time?Talk about that statement that “communion comes after conversation”?Why do you think conversations are so rare in the world right now? Why is this show important in this moment?How can we get in a mindset of conversation and listening?How was it moving from the job of interviewee to interviewer?What was the biggest surprise in doing the show?  Favorite moment?What do we have to look forward to the rest of this season on Dinner Conversations?You just released a book – Winds of Heaven Stuff of Earth – what inspired the book? How can we get more information?    

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