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Glen Phillips is an alternative and indie-folk singer best known for his work with Toad the Wet Sprocket, a band he started at the age of 15 in Santa Barbara, CA. After six albums spawning chart-topping singles like “All I Want” and “Walk on the Ocean,” Toad disbanded and Phillips began performing as a solo act in 1998. He has since released 5 solo records, 2 EPs, and worked on multiple collaborative efforts, most notably the Works Progress Administration with member of the band Nickel Creek. Phillips says of his latest 2012 release, “Coyote Sessions,” “This album is a collection of beloved orphans - songs I've played live but never put on a record.” Toad reunited for a concert tour in 2011, and Phillips is currently at work writing songs with the group for an upcoming album.