Interviews with the Artists is our popular summer series hosted by Cody Anderson, talking with a wide range of popular and not so popular artists in their fields. Some of these interviews cover music, writing, design, computer animation, satire, novels, home-made music videos, orchestras, biblical historical fiction, and more.
In this episode, Cody interviews returning guest and artist Paul Lytle. Paul shares about his life—how he started his music and writing as a young boy. Paul was deep into Grunge and Post Grunge music and that impacted his music. In his 30s, he started listening to music around him and became more aware of music as a whole—not just one aspect of it. He returned back to his keyboard with a new view of music.
The conversation moves deeper into how the world and secular culture takes the order that God established from chaos and and inverts that order into chaos.
A prolific writer, we discuss his writing and his novels available on Amazon. We dive into his art theory and his passion and his inspiration to keep writing and making music. You won’t want to miss listening to this episode.
Paul’s Top Reco’s for every artist:
2. Angels in the Architecture by Douglas Wilson/ Douglas Jones
More about Paul:
Outro Music: Final Fantasy by the TechnoFunkBoy
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