A show for people who lead hymns and people who love hymns.
Introducing: Fun Parts!
Coming August 5th from Milieu Media Group: Fun Parts! An exploration of sexuality and spirituality for anyone who's curious or convinced there must be more. Hosted by Becky Patton, Latifah Alattas, Ashley Leusink, Steve Wiens, and Luke Brawner.
New Releases, with Aaron Strumpel
In this episode John & Luke sit down with worship leader, producer and artist Aaron Strumpel to preview his upcoming retuned hymn album, Mighty Refuge. They also discuss their own newly released hymn projects.
Resurrection, with The Welcome Wagon
In this episode John & Luke sit down with pastor and singer/songwriter Thomas Vito Aiuto of The Welcome Wagon to discuss Easter and hymn retuning. They also listen through Easter songs from the ever-incredible Page CXVI and The Village Church.
Come And See, with Cameron Dezen Hammon
In this episode John & Luke sit down with worship leader Cameron Hammon to discuss the title track from her and her husband's 2010 Advent/Christmas album, Come And See.
Anticipation, with Andy Gullahorn
In this episode John & Luke discuss Advent with singer/songwriter Andy Gullahorn, and hear a live performance of his arrangement of the hymn "Nations That Long In Darkness Walked." They also share Advent songs from Sufjan Stevens and Cardiphonia.
Year In Review
In this episode Luke & John look back on the last church calendar year and count down their top 5 hymn-related projects of the year.
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Excellent Resource Here
I’m late to the game with this podcast, but I am so happy I stumbled upon it. With the tidal wave of church music that exists now, I am extremely grateful for people who highlight some of the gems.
Just found the podcast and can't wait to listen to every episode! They are rich with insight, wisdom and encourage! A must-listen if you love hymns! (or want to love hymns!)
I Love This Podcast!
This podcast has been on the money since day one! I love how they balance talking about hymns, re-tuning hymns, liturgy and church calendar, and the special guests. The hosts seem to be really humble guys who are as big of fans of the guests as I am. Sometimes I'm floored by the hymn re-tunes they share, these things need to be recorded and shared with the world. I've used two of them with my own congregation.
Anyway, can't speak highly enough of this podcast. I'm along for the journey!