“People, People: Act III” Releases Today

By The Rabbit Room

You may or may not know that The Orchardist has been releasing their new album, People, People, in three parts throughout the past year, telling its story a few songs at a time. Well, the day has finally come that you can listen to their entire album from start to finish: Acts I, II, and III.

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Lent with Sandra: “Abundance and the Sound of the Shepherd”

By The Rabbit Room

[Editor’s note: Throughout Lent, Sandra McCracken will be sharing weekly writings, each of which is tied to a song from her new EP, Songs from the Valley, available at her website. Below you will find the second of these writings, to be read alongside her song, “Reciprocate,” which you can listen to here.]

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Behind the Song: “Well Done, Good And Faithful”

By Andrew Peterson

I took a break from the studio last fall to travel to Israel for the first time. Knowing this album was about the resurrection meant I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to go if I could, and a number of the songs were directly influenced by that trip. This is one of them.

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On Finding Your Voice

By Jonathan Rogers

[Editor’s note: Jonathan Rogers has begun a newsletter in which he shares many years’ worth of practical advice on the craft of writing. He named it The Habit because, as he says, “good writing isn’t so much a matter of brilliance as a matter of habit: habits of seeing, habits of thinking, habits of working.”

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Hutchmoot 2018: Tickets Available March 1st

By The Rabbit Room

It is with great excitement that we announce Hutchmoot 2018, taking place October 4th—7th at Christ Community Church in Franklin, Tennessee.

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Lent with Sandra McCracken: “Ashes”

By The Rabbit Room

[Editor’s note: Throughout Lent, Sandra McCracken will be sharing weekly writings, each of which is tied to a song from her new EP, Songs from the Valley, available at her website. Below you will find the first of these writings, which was originally posted on Ash Wednesday. It is to be read alongside her song, “Fool’s Gold,” which you can listen to here.]

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Pre-order The Orchardist’s People, People: Act III

By The Rabbit Room

The final installment of The Orchardist’s new album People, People is set to release on February 23rd. Until then, you can pre-order it exclusively at The Rabbit Room Store and get an immediate download of the track “Dust To Dust.”

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Introducing Wild Harbors: “Monument”

By Jenna Badeker

This has been a year of coming alive.

Until recently, we both worked jobs that left few hours in the day for creating. Those careers taught us important things over the years, and they were good, but there was a persistent whisper of “something else” that was all too easy to ignore.

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On Sale: Beloved, Just Mercy, & Cry, the Beloved Country

By The Rabbit Room

Special announcement for all book-loving people.

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Behind the Song: “Last Words (Tenebrae)”

By Andrew Peterson

“The Seven Last Words of the Cross,” as they’re traditionally known, are the seven phrases Jesus uttered on the cross as recorded in the Gospels.

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Taylor Leonhardt’s River House

By Chris Yokel

Every once in awhile, an artist and album comes around that takes you by happy surprise. North Carolina native Taylor Leonhardt’s album River House was that album for me in 2017.

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In Search of Simplicity: Jeremy Casella on his New Album

By Drew Miller

In case you haven’t heard, Jeremy Casella is working on a new album, and it will be his simplest and most vulnerable project yet.

Getting to hear him talk about it was one of the highlights of my week. He spoke with great care, emphasizing his desire for his forthcoming songs to speak directly to his listeners.

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