Today’s conversation is a bit surreal for me. You see, when I was considering starting this podcast I did a lot of research by listening to a TON of podcasts. I didn’t want to do something that was already being done. And I wanted to see what a quality podcast should sound like. As you might imagine, I listened to a lot of… shall we say… unimpressive productions. But then I found The Pivot hosted by Andrew Osenga. Now here was a podcast that not only had high production values but also had a host with a tender, caring heart.
Andrew Osenga is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1998||The Normals||Better Than This||Songwriter, Guitars, Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer Piano, Lead Vocals|
|2000||The Normals||Coming To Life||Vocals, Guitars|
|2002||The Normals||A Place Where You Belong||Songwriter, Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Piano, Percussion, Mando-Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Trombone, Ocarina|
|2007||Caedmon's Call||Overdressed||Vocals, Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Bass, Piano, Trombone, Harmonium, Co-Producer|
|2011||Shaun Groves||Third World Symphony||Electric Guitar, Background Vocals|
Andrew Osenga is an American singer/songwriter and progressive rock musician. He also writes, produces, engineers and plays guitar for other artists. Formerly the lead singer of The Normals, which broke up in 2003 for financial and family reasons, Osenga currently pursues a solo career in which he has released four albums. He was also a member of the band Caedmon's Call; he had taken over as vocalist/guitarist while Derek Webb was gone from the band. In 2006, Osenga co-founded the Square Peg Alliance along with 12 other independent Nashville artists. In 2014, Osenga took a job with Capitol Records in A&R for their Christian music division.
These days he is Director of A&R at Integrity Music.
Wikipedia contributors. (2018, April 21). Andrew Osenga. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 22:00, August 10, 2019, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Andrew_Osenga&oldid=837621545