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Toby Morse is the lead singer of the band H2O and the One Life One Chance podcast is named after one of their most impactful songs off of their 1999 album F.T.T.W. Inside the podcast you'll hear him interviewing friends and heroes who have had a major impact on his life. Real, authentic and non-scripted conversations where guests have said it was "very therapeutic". Morse also leads a non-profit organization of the same name where he speaks to students nationwide about living a drug free lifestyle with a positive mental attitude. Follow him on Instagram @onelifeonechancepodcast for pics, video and an inside look at his interviews.

One Life One Chance with Toby Morse One Life One Chance with Toby Morse

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    • 4.9, 394 Ratings

Toby Morse is the lead singer of the band H2O and the One Life One Chance podcast is named after one of their most impactful songs off of their 1999 album F.T.T.W. Inside the podcast you'll hear him interviewing friends and heroes who have had a major impact on his life. Real, authentic and non-scripted conversations where guests have said it was "very therapeutic". Morse also leads a non-profit organization of the same name where he speaks to students nationwide about living a drug free lifestyle with a positive mental attitude. Follow him on Instagram @onelifeonechancepodcast for pics, video and an inside look at his interviews.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
394 Ratings

394 Ratings

Mike Mahler ,

Awesome show and guests

Toby is a very cool guy and does a fantastic job with having entertaining conversations with super interesting people. My favorite episodes so far include Mike Judge, Freddy Madball, Porcell. If you're a fan of hardcore you will love this show.

d.ddddd ,

Love the guests...

Great guests consistently on the show- I subscribe and listen to every episode, however I gotta be honest as much as I love Toby for H2O, he’s not the best at interviewing. Often times he comes across as bored or not paying attention (especially in phone interviews) which is really weird because the guests are almost always friends or acquaintances, not strangers. On more than one occasion he interrupted a guest in the middle of a great story, only to sidetrack them and not return to the story that was being told. I think what the show needs more than anything is formatting. Also if you’re going to talk to someone that’s off-mic, get them a mic so it doesn’t sound like I’m listening to a one sided phone call. Not hating! Just constructive criticism that I hope is received well because this podcast has the potential to be one of the greatest ever!

Garybuster ,

Love this podcast

Love listening to your podcast I have binged them all so now I wait🤘🏻

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