Free Eustace the Dragon Concert!

eustace posterEustace the Dragon will be performing FREE at Woodland Hills Church this Friday evening at 7:30pm. Come and hear them play and also hear what their plans are in the coming year. We’re honored that we’ve been a part of this group’s journey. They have a sound and a spirit that is very, very rare and beautiful.

You can stay in the loop about all things Eustace by subscribing to their brand new blog! Run on over there and get treated to a welcome video from them. It will make you want to give them all a big hug.

Category:
Tags: ,

Related Reading

Little Kingdom

Little Kingdom How I build well The walls all around me How You’ll run through The mortar and brick of my brothers and me, The mortar and brick of my sisters and me.   Take my little kingdom And make it more like Yours. Take my weary flesh and bones And build Yourself a home   I guard a sore heart Of mirrors and books on what’s right and what’s…

Christmas Music from Eustace the Dragon

Our friends Eustace the Dragon just released a second Christmas EP that we wanted to share with you. You can find the latest Christmas EP here, and you can find last year’s EP here. Merry Christmas friends! Here’s a track to give you a little taste of the music: Merry Christmas Now by Eustace the Dragon

Podcast: Why Is Secular Music So Much Better Than Christian Music?

Greg considers the challenges of Christian music. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0243.mp3

Listening to Music, and Some New Developments

Over the last four months, I’ve spent one to two hours a day listening to music. I’ve obviously had to cut back on my writing/reading, but I feel like I’m supposed to do this, at least for this season of my life.  It’s not just that I enjoy the music, though I obviously do. But…

Podcast: Is Secular Music Spiritually Dangerous to Listen to?

Greg discusses the Devil’s music.  http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0197.mp3

Introducing Eustace the Dragon

Several days ago we posted “A song for sparrows,” and judging from the feedback, it seems that it landed on many of you the way it landed on us. One person described it as “the most beautiful song in the world!” The song is performed and written by Jessica Smith. She belongs to the duo…