One of Christian music’s most respected singer/songwriters, Andrew Peterson, headed to Washington state to record his new project that is slated for a July release.  Peterson was joined in the Northwest by his longtime musical companions; Ben Shive, Andy Gullahorn, Gabe Scott and engineer, Todd Robbins.  They loaded up their guitars, hammered dulcimer, accordion, dobro and banjo, started collaborating and in an incredible eight days had a new album!

The album is still untitled but features a group of songs written over the past two years.  Be sure and check out the Rabbit Room at www.rabbitroom.com for video updates on the recording process.

For tour updates and other information on Andrew Peterson please visit www.andrew-peterson.com.

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