Song of the Day: Andy Gullahorn


It pains me to admit this but Andy Gullahorn grows a much manlier beard than I can. That has nothing to do with “In My Bones” being the song of the day. Neither does the fact that he’s from Texas but I’ve told you so many times about how great a songwriter he is that I thought I’d mention some of his other notable attributes.

Here’s the complete rundown on the song in Andy’s own words:

A song about marrow. Kind of.” –Andy Gullahorn

Listen to the song. Buy the record. Be happy.

Pete Peterson is the author of the Revolutionary War adventure The Fiddler’s Gun and its sequel Fiddler’s Green. Among the many strange things he’s been in life are the following: U.S Marine air traffic controller, television editor, art teacher and boatwright at the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch, and progenitor of the mysterious Budge-Nuzzard. He lives in Nashville with his wife, Jennifer, where he's the Executive Director of the Rabbit Room and Managing Editor of Rabbit Room Press.


  1. Paula Shaw

    Love this song. Love this album! Yes, everyone : “Listen to the song. Buy the record. Be happy.”!
    For some reason, for me, yesterday’s post by Travis and this song connect. I just love being a Rabbit Roomer!

  2. Chad Ethridge

    I love this song and the entire album has grown on me the more I listen to it. Got to see Andy this past Sunday at the Old Firehouse in Edom, Texas, and it was a great show!

  3. Jonathan Rogers


    I saw Andy play a week or two back. The pyrotechnics blew my mind–not to mention the dancers and the trumpets. When he came out wearing that cape and did the splits, it was electrifying.

    Love the music too.

  4. Eric Peters

    I will not be happy. This song infuriates me how terrific it is. I’m fuming. Jonathan, you mean Andy didn’t do the “growling monkey on my back” bit during his show? You were rooked.

  5. Byron Rice

    I’ve missed your heart. I am and have always been your number 1 fan. From the early days of making music together. You are always an inspiration. Keep it up.

  6. JennC

    How funny – I found this post of yours as I was listening to the song! (I own the cd) Listen, buy, be happy. My favorite on this cd is “Brand New Song”. Made a recent late-night too-tired grocery shopping trip almost a pleasure. Any song that can do that needs to be heard!

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