Glen Phillips was born in Santa Barbara, California, and began making music at age 14. He grew up in a household where Reform Judaism was practiced and Eastern Religion was studied, and his spiritual curiosity has been one of the major themes of his writing. Best known as the lead singer of Toad the Wet Sprocket, whose albums sold over three million records and had a handful of radio hits including, “Something’s Always Wrong”, “Walk on the Ocean”, Fall Down, and “Good Intentions”. Glen Phillips has made four solo albums. Album Live at Largo, Winter Pays For Summer and Mr. Lemons. He has also released a collaboration with country / folk artists Nickel Creek called Mutual Admiration Society.