Just a young tadpole of 15 when he started the '90s alt-rock group Toad the Wet Sprocket, Glen Phillips and the band had hits with "Walk on the Ocean," "All I Want" and "Fall Down," among others. And though they've toured and recorded together on and off over the years, Phillips has gone on to an acclaimed solo career as a pop-folk singer-songwriter, with eight discs under his belt. His ninth, Options, collects b-sides and demos. He's also collaborated with tons of other artists over the years, including Art of the Ensemble, Nickel Creek, Garrison Starr and more. Come hear the latest from this prolific artist at Harlow's in Sacramento.