Sunday Songs, Volume Two


“Sunday Songs”, released in January, 2017

A couple of years ago, in a series of Sunday afternoon tracking and mixing sessions, I put together (almost by accident!) Sunday Songs, a CD of old traditional hymns that I grew up singing.

These songs were just songs that I sang and recorded for my own enjoyment, only intended for private use with no plans for release. But then, while putting together a fund-raising campaign for an upcoming medical mission trip to Malawi with my daughter, Hayley, we decided to release it with all the profits from it going toward our trip.

Well, the response to the album was HUGE! The CD was a success in fund-raising for our trip, and also people just loved hearing these old hymns again.

Now here we are in 2018 with another trip to Malawi coming up in June. What better way to raise more funds than with more music? Due to the overwhelming response to Sunday SongsI now present to you Sunday Songs, Volume Two


Like the first “Sunday Songs” album, this release is made up of 15 tracks, all traditional hymns performed completely a cappella. Some of the songs were “arranged” in parts, but most are done in straight 4 or 5-part harmony.

The album is available in both physical CD and download formats, and all the profits will be going to fund our upcoming mission trip to Malawi  in June.

If you’d like to hear it, you can listen to the new album right here:

By the way, if you never got a copy of the first Sunday Songs album, it’s still available right HERE!

For more information about our medical mission trip to Blessings Hospital in Lumbadzi, Malawi, you can learn more by visiting the website for the Chikondi Health Foundation:

As always, I want to know what you think! Are there any old hymns that you would like to hear on an upcoming release? Please comment below, and share the music with your friends on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. Enjoy!

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