Tag Archives: Rich Mullins
Upon finding this song by Rick Elias that was on Rich Mullins’s The Jesus Record, I discovered that Elias had recently died from cancer. Elias was a founding member of the Ragamuffin Band, which played with Mullins often. The comment … Continue reading
A wonderful presentation of a classic song for the long road.
One last video of Andrew Osenga covering Rich Mullins from a recent “tribute” concert. It’s one of those songs that only Rich could write and pull off, really. But Osenga does an admirable job. I really want to post the … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted a cover of “Hold Me Jesus,” a Rich Mullins classic. At the same concert, Andrew Osenga also covered one of the songs from Rich’s unfinished album, The Jesus Record. As with some of my favorite music (like … Continue reading
The folks who curate the Ragamuffin Archive have recently released a number of videos from last year’s 20th-year commemoration of the life and death of Rich Mullins. One of my all-time favorite artists, Andrew Osenga, had a few covers posted … 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 recently uploaded classic from Rich Mullins, one of those songs that almost haunts you because of its beautiful simplicity.
We’re less than a couple of weeks away from the 20th anniversary of the tragic death of Rich Mullins. Here’s another CCM Magazine-produced cover of a Mullins classic. This time: “Boy Like Me, Man Like You” by Jason Gray.