We’re proud to announce the first of our special guests for Rabbit Room LIVE. Read More ›
“Come Away With Me” began with Rebecca Reynolds’s beautiful lyrics inspired by the Song of Solomon, and I added the chords and melody. Like the Song of Solomon, “Come Away With Me” is a depiction of Read More ›
Rabbit Room LIVE is coming up in just a couple of weeks! Lots of you have been asking about the line–up and today we’re ready to start revealing what we’ve got planned. Read More ›
From my portion of the Hutchmoot 2016 session “In Search of Home.” You can read Part 1 here.
Professor and writer Scott Russell Sanders has this to say in his book Staying Put: “In our national mythology, the worst fate is to be trapped on a farm, in a village, in the sticks, in some dead-end job or unglamourous marriage or played-out game. Stand still, we are warned, and you die.” Read More ›
The song “Trouble Go Down” began as a clawhammer banjo melody written by Jeff Taylor. We were sitting in my studio going through songs and Jeff said, “Hey, I’ve got this melody I want you to hear. Can I use your banjo?” Read More ›
From my portion of the Hutchmoot 2016 session “In Search of Home,” a conversation about roots, restlessness, and making peace with our place in the world. Read More ›
Congratulations are in order for Ron Block, Jeff Taylor, and Rebecca Reynolds. Their new record, Trouble Go Down, has finally arrived! The album is now available in the Rabbit Room Store.
Here’s Ron with a peek at another track.
“Like A River Glorious” is the first track on Trouble Go Down, done instrumentally with banjo, piano, and Barry Bales on bass.
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At Hutchmoot 2015, we held a special presentation called “The Liturgy of Lost Rhyme.” The event was a powerful experience for everyone involved, and afterward, the author of the liturgy, Douglas McKelvey, approached us with an idea that we’ve fallen in love with: it’s called Every Moment Holy. Read More ›
[From “Gifts of and for the Church” @ Hutchmoot 2016.]
As Heidi and I began to talk about how we might split up this session on exploring God’s resources for the body, I found myself drawn to a topic that isn’t included in any of Paul’s official lists of spiritual gifts. Read More ›