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Andrew Peterson will be releasing his long-awaited Resurrection Letters: Volume One at the end of March (and in time for the beginning of the Easter season). For the season of Lent, though, he has released a “prologue” EP, which dropped … Continue reading
Not sure how I missed this one, but here’s a couple-of-years-old clip of Andrew Peterson, new album almost finished now, singing a classic Don Henley song (with bgvs from some other amazing artists). (hat tip to the artist and Twitter)
Today’s visit with friends a good ways away allowed for some quality drive time. Since my phone is weirdly set on “shuffle” mode (and because I am a firm believer in album’s and sequencing), I decided to listen through some … Continue reading
Here’s one last cover of a Rich Mullins song by Andrew Peterson on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Rich’s untimely death. It’s classic Rich with just enough Peterson. Wonderful imagery with truly driving music.
Last week many remembered the 20th anniversary of Rich Mullins’ death. A few covers of Rich’s hits have been floating around. Here’s another cover by Andrew Peterson. This times its the opener of one of Rich’s best albums: volume 2 … Continue reading
Today marks the twentieth year since the tragic death of Rich Mullins. Andrew Peterson recently did a long interview with Andy Greer for CCM Magazine in which the musician reflected on the significance of Mullins for his life of faith. … Continue reading
Here’s a short-but-cool interview done with Andrew Peterson that name-drops most of my favorite singers, songwriters, and novelists. Thanks to Anthony Myers for making and posting.