A Talk with “BLUE LIKE JAZZ” Film Director Steve Taylor

While I was at Soularize in San Diego, Amy and I had the chance to sit down with the guys from the Homebrewed Christianity podcast, as well as Phil Shepherd (AKA The Whiskey Preacher) and Burnside Writers Collective’s Jordan Green to chat with Steve Taylor, renowned musician and director of the film version of Donald Miller’s bestselling book, BLUE LIKE JAZZ.

Man, that was a mouthful.

We sat down with a couple of beers, huddled around a microphone and talked about the rough cut of the movie we had just seen, along with other matters of faith, music, pop culture and other tangents that popped up along the way.

Fortunately, Tripp Fuller and Bo Sanders of Homebrewed Christianity cobbled together a fascinating podcast from our nonsense. The byproduct is here, hot, fresh and ready to invade your ear-holes:

CLICK HERE FOR THE PODCAST

And after your appetite is whetted with the podcast, check out this trailer for the movie:

 

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