Episode 32 • Interview with Matt Podesla [Matt Maher Guitarist]

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  • Libby Lewis

 

 

In Episode 32 & 33, we sit down with touring guitarist Matt Podesla to talk about his journey as a guitar player, his involvement within the local church, and his heart to help the next generation.

Matt has played guitar on tour with Matt Redman, John Mark McMillan, and Matt Maher just to name a few…and is also one of our newest team members and instructors with Worship Online.

In the first episode we’ll formally introduce you to Matt, his story, how he began in music, and how it continues to grow. In Episode 33, we’ll be talking about “Defining your Dream”.

These are two episodes you don’t want to miss!

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The Worship Online Podcast is produced by Key Eye Productions LLC and recorded live at Gnome Studios in Nashville, TN.

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