Music



The Snapping of a Yoke

By Kaitlin Miller

The best lesson I ever learned about God’s grace came as an eight year-old at the piano with my dad.

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Songs We Loved In High School: Two New Playlists

By The Rabbit Room

The spring season of the Local Show wrapped up last week with a very special edition: Songs We Loved in High School, as performed by Andrew Peterson, Andrew Osenga, Andy Gullahorn, Jill Phillips, Eric Peters, and Sandra McCracken. There were songs by the Indigo Girls, Marc Cohn, Crowded House, R. E. M., James Taylor, DC Talk, and so much more—more than you could have ever hoped for.

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Ephesians 1: The Lyric and Music of the Gospel

By Russ Ramsey

There’s a clip from an old Peanuts cartoon where Schroeder is playing his little piano while Lucy leans against it, looking lovingly into his eyes. Snoopy edges his way into the frame, bopping a little to the groove. Before long, he launches into a full-on, joy-filled dance—head thrown back, arms outstretched, eyes closed, lost in the beauty of the song.

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When I Think of Heaven

By John Barber

I met my then-future wife in college. Our first date was on December 17, 1996, and just a few days afterward, we each went home for Christmas, her to Hot Springs, Arkansas and me to Orlando. We were a time zone away from each other, and cell phones were yet to be a thing. I knew I’d be talking to her sparingly, and I also knew I was deeply smitten. It’s a hard place to be—young, in new love, and a thousand miles apart.

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Local Show Playlist: April 30th, 2019

By Drew Miller

Songs from April 30th’s Local Show are now available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music! Click through for our sixth playlist of the season along with a recap of the night written by Jared Malament, the Local Show’s Beloved Servant.

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The Artist’s Creed, Episode 6: “The Resurrection and the Life of the World to Come”

By Drew Miller

Today we share the final episode of The Artist’s Creed, Season One. This discussion circles around the phrase “The Resurrection and the Life of the World to Come” and features singer/songwriter and worship leader Sandra McCracken.

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New Album: One Night Only by Arthur Alligood

By The Rabbit Room

Arthur Alligood’s 40th birthday was yesterday—happy birthday, Arthur!—and in celebration, he’s releasing a record entitled One Night Only.

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New Album: Finch in the Pantry by The Arcadian Wild

By The Rabbit Room

Today is Release Day Eve for The Arcadian Wild, and what a release it is! They have been hard at work on a collection of songs elaborately adventurous, mathematically precise, and nourishingly beautiful, and we are lucky to get to share its penultimate track a day before it’s officially out in the world.

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Hutchmoot Podcast: The Art of Hymnody

By The Rabbit Room

We have a new podcast episode for you—this time, it’s a Hutchmoot talk given by Kevin Twit and Keith Getty on the vital importance of hymns in the life of the Church.

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Local Show Playlist: April 16th, 2019

By The Rabbit Room

Now available for streaming are songs from April 16th’s Local Show, both on Spotify and Apple Music! Click through for our fifth playlist of the season along with a recap of the night written by Jared Malament, patron saint of the Local Show.

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Our Easter Playlist: “The Great Day of the Lord”

By Drew Miller

Welcome to “The Great Day of the Lord”—a fifty day-long season called Easter in which we find ourselves sent into the world, confident that the One who sent us will finish what he’s started. Resurrection is real, our hope is not in vain, and our eyes and ears are newly open to the great gladness of a world being remade. We offer you this batch of songs to accompany you through Eastertide.

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New Music from The Corner Room

By Jen Rose Yokel

If you’re looking for some new music for the Easter season, our friends at The Corner Room have a new album out this month! Following the tradition of their Psalms records and Love Never Ends, With His Wounds We Are Healed is a musical interpretation of Isaiah 53, told in five elegantly arranged movements.

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