The Big Boo Cast, Episode 99

This is part two of our recent conversation with our funny, wise, loves-him-some-80’s-music friend, Travis Cottrell. After we wrapped up lo, all of our many thoughts about 80’s songs, we moved into some serious reminiscing (at least from Melanie and me) about the country music of the early 90s. And then we talked about at least twenty more artists / songs that filled our 20s with love and happiness and all manner of wonderful memories. You can find links to those playlists in the show notes.

We also got to ask Travis some questions about recording his latest worship album, The Reason, and we had the best time listening to him talk about that process. There’s also a moment where all three of us demonstrated some significant affection for Popeye’s, and really, this should be no surprise at all.

Up next: episode 100! Thanks for listening, everybody.

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Here’s where you can get more info on the stuff / products / places we mention:

Travis’ new worship album, The Reason

The BigBoo Best of 90’s Country playlist on Spotify

The BigBoo Best of 90s Country playlist on Apple Music

The BigBooFry Best of the Late 80s / 90s playlist on Spotify

The BigBooFry Best of the Late 80s / 90s playlist on Apple Music

“What A Beautiful Name / Angus Dei” video with Travis and Lily

Travis and “The Reason” on New Song Cafe’


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  1. Stephanie Guest says:

    Oh my goodness! That rendition of What a Beautiful Name just had me undone at work. That is so beautiful. Travis, thank you for blessing us! What a way to start my day.

  2. Jennifer K says:

    I have tears in my eyes listening to Travis and Lily. That was beautiful! I think I’m going to start every day listening and worshipping with it. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Today’s music is like 80s fashion. The majority of people may think it’s cool and trendy, but in 10 or 20 years, we’ll look back and wonder where we went wrong…(=
    (However, I will say, Whitney knew what she was doin’ with her eyeshadow in her I Wanna Dance With Somebody Video)