Glen Phillips has been making music for two decades now, starting as the 14-year-old frontman and main songwriter for Toad the Wet Sprocket.
During that time, he's accumulated a sizable body of work comprising seven albums with Toad (which collectively have sold close to 4 million units) which included hits such as "All I Want", "Somethings Always Wrong", "Fall Down" & "Walk on the Ocean." and three as a solo artist. Phillips began touring as a solo act after Toad the Wet Sprocket. Phillips has also collaborated on several songs with bluegrass band Nickel Creek and toured with them for the last half of 2001. He released Live at Largo in In 2003, followed by Winter Pays for Summer in 2005, a collection of new material that featured guest appearences from ex-Jellyfish front man Andy Sturmer, Ben Folds, and Semisonic/Trip Shakespeare scribe Dan Wilson.
Willy Porter has long been known for his innovative and expressive guitar playing which the press have called everything from "startling," to "dazzling" to "killer." Spend an evening with Willy Porter and experience a rare communion between artist and audience.