New Music from 'The McMakens'

It seems that it is family promotion month here at DET. You may remember that I recently posted about an article that my brother and his wife wrote for Relevant magazine. Well, as it turns out, they have just released their first album, entitled Sleep Easy They have been working on it a long time, and it is sure to be well put together (I haven't heard it all yet - maybe I'll get a free copy for writing this notice! :-P ) In any case, if you'd like to listen to "nine original songs and two folk arrangements [that] capture this duo's timeless songwriting, lush instrumentation, and evocative vocals: (copy from their website), you can order now. And, if you live in the Chicago-land area, think about dropping by one of their shows.

Comments

Evan said…
My goodness! I didn't realize that you were one of those McMakens! We go to church with them. My wife takes care of your niece once a week- actually we had her during the release party for the album this past weekend, too. Huh... small world.

Bonnie & Trevor are wonderful- I remember always enjoying them at the coffeehouse on campus when they were undergrads, and they're a real blessing to have for worship at Church of the Resurrection. Do follow the link and get the album, everyone.
WTM said…
Yep; he's always been the more musical one, and I've always been the better looking. We've got an even younger brother kicking around, too...but he doesn't have much of a web presence.
Bobby Grow said…
Travis,

Would you say you have a perfect 'face' for blogging, then? ;-)
Anonymous said…
Kicking around? What the heck's that mean?

I'd sign, but I have next to no web presence.
WTM said…
*chuckle

You're so droll. ;-D

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