Gungor On 'Song Travels' Michael and Lisa Gungor join host Michael Feinstein to talk about transformations in faith, family and life.
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Gungor On 'Song Travels'

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Set List

  • M. Gungor (voice, guitar), L. Gungor (voice), Arndt (piano), "I Am Mountain" (Gungor)
  • Gungor, "Wandering (excerpt)" (L. Gungor)
  • M. Gungor (voice, guitar), L. Gungor (voice), Arndt (piano), "Long Way Off" (Gungor, Arndt)
  • M. Gungor (voice, guitar), L. Gungor (voice), "Yesternite" (M. Gungor)
  • M. Gungor (voice, guitar), L. Gungor (voice), Arndt (piano), "Wayward and Torn" (Gungor, Arndt, Harvey)
  • L. Gungor (voice), M. Gungor (voice, guitar), Arndt (piano), "The Best Part" (L. Gungor)

Michael and Lisa Gungor started the musical collective Gungor, a band that calls Arcade Fire, Bon Iver and Sufjan Stevens to mind.

On this Song Travels, the couple and host Michael Feinstein to talk about transformations in faith, family and life. Gungor collaborator, co-writer and pianist John Arndt joins them for performances of songs from their album I Am Mountain.

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