Tag: music

BTW, the new CD is available (and so are some old ones!)

I’m pretty stunned I haven’t made a bigger deal of this. My new CD, “The Gospel Accordion to Bob Rice,” came out a week before Thanksgiving, but with NCYC, Thanksgiving, the last week of school, and now I’m at parish mission in Hiawatha! Iowa,… Continue Reading “BTW, the new CD is available (and so are some old ones!)”

I Got By With A Lot Of Help From My Friends

Regular readers of my blog (as well as Facebook friends and Twitter followers) know that for the past two months I’ve been fundraising for my newest CD, “The Gospel Accordion to Bob Rice.” It ended at 11:59 PM last night and the final total… Continue Reading “I Got By With A Lot Of Help From My Friends”

Psalm 95

This is the one “true” accordion song off the upcoming CD. What you hear is what it is (except I can play it better—it was a challenge to do a good take between napping baby, loud kids, etc!) Just a boy and his accordion,… Continue Reading “Psalm 95”

Prince for a Pauper

This is another instance of how the idea behind the song ended up nothing like the song itself. Believe it or not, the inspiration for this song came from wanting to write something beautiful about the liturgy. But I imagined it to be, well,… Continue Reading “Prince for a Pauper”

Gratitude

It’s been an amazing few weeks for me and my family. If I could sum up what I’m feeling in one word, it would be: gratitude. I just finished my fourth and final youth conference of the summer. I always struggle to find words to… Continue Reading “Gratitude”

2,000 Years Ago

“My old heart that loved sin died 2,000 years ago.” I was mentoring a friend through a bible-study designed for people with addictions (settingcaptivesfree.com,) and that phrase jumped of my computer screen and pierced my heart. It was a reflection on the famous words… Continue Reading “2,000 Years Ago”