Much like a Dark Knight after a long and mysterious hiatus (though far less angry and cynical), the Rabbit Room Podcast has returned. Here in Episode 47, John Barber and Pete Peterson discuss the merits of Batman vs. Superman before moving on to Jeff Nichols’ acclaimed film, Take Shelter.
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In this special edition of The Rabbit Room Podcast, we preview Andrew Peterson’s new podcast, The Burning Edge. In this first episode, Andrew talks with 14-time Grammy-winner Ron Block about his new album, Hogan’s House of Music (amongst other things).
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Jenny Youngman recently released her new album titled The Girl with Good Intentions, and in this episode of the Rabbit Room podcast, producer Andrew Osenga interviews Youngman about the creative process and difficulty of making the record.
In the days before its release, Jill Phillips and Andy Gullahorn fell in love with Ben Shive’s The Cymbal Crashing Clouds. They decided to corner Ben in the kitchen and make him reveal all his super-secret powers of writing and recording. This podcast is the result.
This episode is taken from the Hutchmoot 2012 session titled “Tales of New Creation” by Thomas McKenzie, Jennifer Trafton, and Pete Peterson. In this third part (of three), author A. S. “Pete” Peterson discusses the ways in which our world, our lives, and our art are the context out of which the great epic of […]