Episode 8 • Interview with Max Corwin • Guitars

  • Written By 
  • Shalon Palmer

The legend, Max Corwin sits down with Shalon & Brenton in Episode 8 of the Worship Online Podcast talking about his journey as a guitarist, producer, and one of the first people to check out a “get together” in a basement that later became known as The Belonging Cø.

We hear from Max about his journey as a musician, how he got started, and some inspirations picked up along the way.

This is also the formal introduction for Max as our new team member at Worship Online as a guitar instructor on our video tutorials!

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