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David Crowder: The Rhapsody Interview

by David Crowder Band

David Crowder: The Rhapsody Interview by David Crowder Band

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David Crowder: The Rhapsody Interview

by David Crowder Band

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From fostering social change to the eccentric instruments created for his latest album, this exclusive Rhapsody Interview is pure David Crowder depth and frivolity. What does Pepper the Horse (Dr. Pepper's equine namesake) contribute to DCB creations? What's the band's combined I.Q.? Crowder weaves these yarns then waxes philosophical about "the intersection of music and social change." Is worship provocative or indicative, instigating or reflecting cultural flux? Why are hymns so effective? Gifted and goofy converge in what Crowder describes as a musical articulation of faith.

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From fostering social change to the eccentric instruments created for his latest album, this exclusive Rhapsody Interview is pure David Crowder depth and frivolity. What does Pepper the Horse (Dr. Pepper's equine namesake) contribute to DCB creations? What's the band's combined I.Q.? Crowder weaves these yarns then waxes philosophical about "the intersection of music and social change." Is worship provocative or indicative, instigating or reflecting cultural flux? Why are hymns so effective? Gifted and goofy converge in what Crowder describes as a musical articulation of faith.

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About This Album

From fostering social change to the eccentric instruments created for his latest album, this exclusive Rhapsody Interview is pure David Crowder depth and frivolity. What does Pepper the Horse (Dr. Pepper's equine namesake) contribute to DCB creations? What's the band's combined I.Q.? Crowder weaves these yarns then waxes philosophical about "the intersection of music and social change." Is worship provocative or indicative, instigating or reflecting cultural flux? Why are hymns so effective? Gifted and goofy converge in what Crowder describes as a musical articulation of faith.