Episode 11 • Interview with David Curran

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  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 11, Shalon and Brenton sit down with David Curran – Bass player and instructor for Worship Online. He’s played for years with Elevation Worship and is now touring with Lauren Daigle.

We explore what it means to be a bass player for worship teams, what an all-around team player looks like, and of course, gear! David has an incredible story of how he joined Elevation’s team, and how it has been an example for so many.

If you’re a team leader or worship pastor, definitely listen to this episode!

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The Worship Online Podcast is recorded live at Gnome Studios in Nashville, TN.

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