Andrew Osenga at the Community Coffeehouse

Andrew Osenga at the Community Coffeehouse

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Osenga began his music career with the bands The Normals and Caedmon's Call. Since, his time has been split between innovative solo projects (Leonard the Lonely Astronaut; Heart, Soul, Flesh, Bone; The Painted Desert), as a sideman (Jars of Clay, Steven Curtis Chapman), as a producer, co-writer, A&R guy for Capitol Records (Rend Collective, Josh Wilson), and now as the host of a podcast called The Pivot.

Andrew is an amazing writer, a sought-after guitar player, and a friend of the Community Coffeehouse.

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Andy Gullahorn at the Community Coffeehouse

Andy Gullahorn at the Community Coffeehouse

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Andy Gullahorn was one of the featured performers at our 25th Anniversary concert. He is regarded by his peers (and those of us lucky enough to know his music) as one of the finest songwriters around. Gullahorn can have you in side-splitting laughter as he delivers stories with the comedic timing of a stand-up comic, then, with just one beautifully crafted line, can have you thinking about the deeper things in life. If you haven't heard Gullahorn, do yourself a favor and give a listen. If you have, then you know why you want to be there for the concert.

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Andrew Peterson & the Resurrection Letters 1 Tour

Andrew Peterson & the Resurrection Letters 1 Tour

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Ten years ago, I had a crazy idea. I was in the studio working on an album that was, more or less, about the resurrection of Jesus. This was due in part to a fresh reading of C. S. Lewis’s The Great Divorce and a first reading of N. T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope. Album titles are tricky, and I happen to think that finding the right one is crucial—something that ties together all the lyrics and evokes the proper vibe for the sound of the record—so when I noticed the songs were unified thematically by the resurrection, I mentioned it online somewhere. A listener in Oklahoma named Tim posted a comment that said, “Really looking forward to these resurrection letters, Andrew.” Thus, an album title was born. High five, Tim. Click here for more.

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Jason Gray at the Community Coffeehouse

Jason Gray at the Community Coffeehouse

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When Jason Gray explains that his last three records were written in the hardest years of his life, he’s not being dramatic. He’s just stating facts. And when he says that his new Centricity Music project—Where the Light Gets In—is a brighter and more hope-centered travelogue of the next leg of that journey through deep sorrows, he’s not suggesting easy platitudes, but an active sense of God’s redemptive presence at work even in the midst of difficulties. Click here for more.

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Aaron Shust at the Community Coffeehouse

Aaron Shust at the Community Coffeehouse

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Over the past decade, Aaron Shust has earned a reputation as one of Christian music’s most compelling songwriters and a vocalist of considerable depth and passion. He was named both New Artist and Songwriter of the Year at the 2007 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards and the impact of his song, “My Savior My God” was recognized with the Song of the Year honor. He has continued to build on that early promise to become one of the community’s most creative and trusted voices. Click here for more.

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The Brothers McClurg at the Community Coffeehouse

The Brothers McClurg at the Community Coffeehouse

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Brothers McClurg’s legacy of music and ministry spans three generations and has a rich heritage of serving the local church. What started out as two bands fronted by brothers Anthony and Chris Hoisington, has turned into a group of Christian brothers who share a desire to see lives changed through worship.

The band name pays homage to Anthony and Chris’ greatest influence: their maternal grandfather Pastor Bill McClurg, who led the southern gospel group The McClurg Family Singers.

“We see it as a way of continuing the legacy and ministry while giving it a fresh vision,” says Chris. Click here for more.