“This is one of the longest-standing traditions at Under The Radar as our 8th consecutive all-new Easter Radio Special. We hope this can serve as a soundtrack to your celebration of Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection. One of the special treats this year is that Rick Lee James joins us all hour to talk about his music, and specifically about the themes of resurrection found on his new album Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations. A fun behind the scenes note: This was one of the fastest turnarounds we ever had on an interview, having just recorded our Q&A with Rick on 3/18/16, and now releasing the episode on 3/25/16. It was nice to capture the excitement Rick had with his new album just releasing on March 17 (the day before our interview). Enjoy the gourmet music, and we hope you have a wonderful Easter holiday!” ((Dave Trout))
Under The Radar Exclusive Music Video
Rick Lee James – “The Invitation”
Rick Lee James performs “The Invitation” (a song he co-wrote with Andrew Greer) off of his 2016 project “Hymns, Prayers, & Invitations” during an Under The Radar visit in Chicago. // Director: Dave Trout for UTR // Filmed & Edited by Zechariah James for No Faux Productions
The Psalms: you’ve heard them read in church, adapted into worship songs and maybe glanced through them once or twice. But have you ever asked yourself what the message is behind this moving yet enigmatic book? Have you ever let the Psalms truly speak to you, or, to put it more accurately, let God speak to you through them? In Out of the Depths, singer and song-writer Rick Lee James invites you to do precisely that. Using a unique blend of personal stories, scholarship and pastoral insight, Rick walks you through the Book of Psalms in 10 deep and powerful chapters. He invites you to learn more, feel more and, above all, hear from God through the Psalms more than you ever have before.
Whether you’ve read the Psalms a hundred times or aren’t familiar with them at all, Out of the Depths is a book that will challenge you and help you to look at the Bible’s prayer book, the Book of Psalms, in an entirely new light.
Under the Radar is without a doubt my favorite show on the radio. They are syndicated nationally on over 270 radio station featuring Gourmet Music from incredible artists. This week is part 2 of their DIY special where they feature up and coming artists which you may not have heard of yet. I’m so blessed to have my song, “More Than the Watchman (Psalm 130)” featured on their show this week. The UTR web site is also featuring a video I filmed with them in Chicago where I give out the best music career advice I ever received. Check your local radio station listings to find out when the show is airing in your area or simply stream it from their web site at RadarRadio.net.
Under The Radar is a music showcase that in addition to having a wildly popular podcast is also syndicated on more than 270 radio stations nationally. Next week UTR will feature Rick Lee James song, “More Than The Watchman (Psalm 130)”, on their show and will also be featuring an exclusive video with Rick on their web site (www.www). Check local radio station listings in your area for show schedules.
My guest this week is the host of a great radio program call Under The Radar which weekly features gourmet music by both mainstream and independent artists. It’s pleasure to share airtime with this truly cool husband, father of 5, and connoisseur of pizza. It’s a really great show and we cover a lot of topics including Under The Radar’s summer show, Escape To The Lake, which will feature friend of the Podcast Sara Groves on their main stage. You won’t want to miss this great episode of Voices In My Head.
I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to be featured with Chris Rice, Ginny Owens, Andrew Greer, Bebo Norman Ed Cash, Sara Groves, and so many other great artists on Under the Radar’s Christmas music show this week (Episode 261). There are so many incredibly talented people on this show, I can’t believe I’m counted among them. Listen in to hear an hour of fantastic Christmas music this week on Under the Radar. My song is features 36 minutes and 39 seconds into the program (but who’s counting?).
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