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Glen Phillips

Born in Santa Barbara, CA, Glen Phillips served as the frontman and main songwriter for Toad the Wet Sprocket before launching his solo career in 2001. Toad the Wet Sprocket took shape in 1986, when Phillips was only 14 years old, and the band's debut effort, Bread and Circus, earned them a contract with Columbia Records. However, it was the group's third album -- the jangling, orchestral Fear -- that truly broke the group, garnering heavy radio play with the singles "All I Want" and "Walk on the Ocean." After three years away from the recording studio, Toad returned to the mainstream with Dulcinea, which again found one of its singles, "Fall Down," in heavy radio rotation. After six albums and a substantial string of hits, the group disbanded in 1998.

Phillips began touring as a solo act after Toad the Wet Sprocket's demise and worked with producer Ethan Johns to create his first solo album, 2001's Abulum. He also collaborated on several songs with the bluegrass band Nickel Creek and toured with them for the latter half of 2001. Live at Largo appeared in 2003, followed by Winter Pays for Summer in 2005, a collection of new material that featured guest appearances from ex-Jellyfish frontman Andy Sturmer, Ben Folds, Kristin Mooney, Jon Brion, and Semisonic/Trip Shakespeare scribe Dan Wilson.

Phillips released Mr. Lemons in 2006. That same year, he also toured North American with a reunited Toad the Wet Sprocket, although he only continued releasing new material under his own name. The EP Secrets of the New Explorers arrived in 2008, along with news that Phillips would be joining members of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Nickel Creek, Elvis Costello & the Imposters, and other musicians to form a new band, the Scrolls. ~ Laurel Greenidge, Rovi
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Glen takes the time to talk and share with his fans. He is one if the hardest working musicians out there. I will remover having lunch with him on my birthday forever, and hope that DreamWorks will end up using his music in a future film (the reason for him visiting me at my work on my birthday) he was very interesting and gave an interesting dissertation on "gold farming" lol
I lived in Santa Barbara and was seeing Toad when they were in high school. I liked their stuff before they got signed, less melodic and more rock. Just my 2 cents.
ricsier1
Glen is an excellent song writer, one of the best.
Glen is the man. His songs are consistently amazing. They go from truly emotional to tongue-in-ch e e k , or just plain insightful. Hopefully Pandora will eventually catch up with the rest of his discography, Secrets of the New Explorers, Live at Largo, The Unlucky 7.. all deserving of a random listen.
sunnysideupc r e a t i o n s
i love Glen Phillips
cecile2122
Thanks for the info on WPA, Meade, will check out the website. Love me some Glen Phillips!
cwcerone
Voltar...tha t Lane Bryant ad is directed solely at you, based on the websites you visit and the demographic data collected from you online. Maybe you are a little heavy yourself?

Sorry, that had nothing to do with the greatness that is Glen Phillips.
meade_dj
The band chose the name Works Progress Administrati o n instead of the Scrolls. It has solidified as a 5-piece with Glen, Luke Bulla and Sean Watkins sharing the mic. They are quite amazing together, saw them in Ann Arbor - looking forward to seeing these guys take off. Help them out, buy their self titled debut album http://www.w p a m u s i c . c o m /
Whatever happened with the Scrolls? did that happen? i haven't heard anything.
such a great song writer, music that never gets old.
I am disappointed with Pandora endorsing obesity with a Lane Bryant add, and we wonder why America is fat
mateojives
Glen is like a good wine, he gets better and better over time and reveals deeper layers to his impressive songwriting prowess.
He's got a different sound than toad, but its cool.

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