Thinking of giving the gift of music this Christmas but you aren’t sure of what kind of music that those special people in your life might appreciate? This week’s podcast is a sample of the entire album, “Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations”. Listen first and see if you like the music enought to give it as a gift this year, and if you do like it you can buy it at www.RickLeeJames.com,Bandcamp.com, iTunes, CDBaby.com or Amazon.com.
“I love Advent Hymn (Watching, Waiting, Longing), which gives newness to the phrases of Isaiah. Watching, waiting, and longing is what we do now, and these songs help us do that in confidence. I anticipate that this album will be received as a great gift by many who will find their faith nourished and awakened by it.”
My guest on this episode of Voices In My Head isJonathan Cain. Jonathan is the longtime keyboardist and rhythm guitarist in the internationally acclaimed rock band Journey. He’s also the co-writer of the No. 1 digital catalog song in history, “Don’t Stop Believin’,” as well as writer of “Faithfully” and co-writer of “Who’s Crying Now,” “Open Arms” and many more international hit songs. Jonathan will release his new solo album, What God Wants to Hear,on Oct. 21 on Identity Records with The Fuel Music distribution.
Rick Lee James making a music video on September 23rd and I’m requesting three things from the listeners of Voices in My Head:
2.) Financial Support
3.) Your Prayerfully Imaginative Ideas for the video
Our hope is to portray that while we are in the midst of great brokenness, and longing that we hopefully look to the great mystery of our faith Christ has died, Christ Is Risen, and that Christ is Coming Back again.
Listen to this 20 minute episode and then visit GoFundMe.com/RickLeeJames to find out how you can help make this video a reality.
You’ve heard his music on tv shows like Parenthood, Suits, Nashville, The Hills, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. You’ve heard his songs performed by artists like Kelly Clarkson, Johnny Lang, Mat Kearney, Brandon Heath, and Point of Grace just to name a few. Now you get to hear him in this episode of Voices In My Head, the official Podcast of Rick Lee James. We are so happy to welcome phenomenal singer and songwriter Michael Logen to the show this week.
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A friend of mine challenged me to write a version of the hymn “Cleanse Me (Search Me O God)” in the style of “The Civil Wars”. This is a live Facebook video of me trying to do that. I hope you enjoy it.