Music



Rabbit Room LIVE

By Pete Peterson

In this crazy new world of social distancing, the Rabbit Room aims to bring people together around what matters, and we aim to do that in whatever way we can. To that end we’re launching the latest in our attempts to bring good things to light. Welcome to Rabbit Room LIVE, your 24/7 source of live content for a troubled world.

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The Habit Podcast: Jeremy Casella Knows What to Do with Hurt

By The Rabbit Room

The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. This week, Jonathan Rogers talks with singer-songwriter Jeremy Casella.

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The Second Muse: Sara Groves & Brown Bannister

By The Rabbit Room

To kick off Season Two, Drew Miller talks with Sara Groves and Brown Bannister about the first album they ever made together, Add to the Beauty, and specifically the song “Why It Matters.”

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Joy Remains: An Interview with Randall Goodgame

By Drew Miller

“As long as we’re singing, we might as well be smiling, too.” As I interviewed Randall about the new Slugs & Bugs album last week, he spoke that sentence so matter-of-factly that I knew he believed it the way a person believes more with each morning that the sun will rise tomorrow, too. And I wrote it down immediately.

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New Project: Earth Has No Sorrow

By Eric Peters

My latest project is, content-wise, somewhat of a departure for me. Or maybe it’s not, depending on how you view my songwriting over the years?

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A Rabbit Room Digital Care Package

By Drew Miller

The deluge of frightful information we wake up to daily—though helpful in navigating a disease-ridden world with wisdom and love—ceases to be helpful when it eclipses everything else in sight. So when the Rabbit Room staff gathered on Monday to ask what it means to do the work before us in such a time as this, the answer took the familiar form of providing content that would contribute to the health of our imaginations, the sustaining of hope, and the de-escalation of anxiety—from our homes to yours.

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Local Show Spotlight: Joseph Bradshaw

By The Rabbit Room

Our March 17th Local Show is one week away, and we would be remiss not to take this opportunity to introduce you to the inimitable Joseph Bradshaw.

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Our Lent Playlist

By The Rabbit Room

The season of Lent is a forty-day period mirroring Jesus’ forty days of temptation in the wilderness. During this time, participants devote special attention to the ache of incompletion, suffering, and trial in their lives, both collectively and individually. Hemmed in by Ash Wednesday and Maundy Thursday, Lent begins with the dust of mortality and ends with the broken bread of the Last Supper.

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Local Show Spotlight: Zach & Maggie

By The Rabbit Room

Our March 3rd Local Show lineup is going to be a party. One big reason for that is the zanily skillful presence of Zach & Maggie, who will be making their Local Show debut. Allow us to introduce them to you.

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The Homesick Heart: A Review of A Place I Knew Before

By Hannah Hubin

There’s nothing like viewing the world through the lens of another language to show you how limited your own can be. We can’t ever fully merge two lexical frameworks into one, and our translations often fall short of the original concept. Some vocabularies don’t concisely reach into others.

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Rabbit Room Writers Round

By The Rabbit Room

We are really excited to partner with Belmont University’s College of Theology & Christian Ministry to put on this free event one week from today—a writers round engaging in the topic of mental health & human wholeness.

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Colony House: Leave What’s Lost Behind

By Ben Shive

Caleb Chapman was stuck. It was time to make another Colony House record and he had no songs. That’s not quite true; he had a pile of songs, but none that were right for his band.

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