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A couple of years ago, I was browsing the LifeWay bookstore at Southern Seminary and came across an odd-looking red CD called The Gadsby Project by a group called Red Mountain Church. I listened to a couple of tracks and was intrigued by the forgotten hymns that were included on the project. I bought the CD and went home to listen some more. The next day, I went back to the bookstore and bought all their CDs.

You might be unfamiliar with Red Mountain Church. The group is based in Birmingham, Alabama. They take old hymn texts and put them to new music. They have five CDs available (and one on the way) – all of which are worthy of attention.

I recently recorded a podcast interview with three of the main musicians/singers for Red Mountain Church: Brian Murphy, Clint Wells, and Ashley Spurling (the main vocalist… listen to a couple of her songs and you’ll realize why). The interview also includes snippets of some of their songs.

Some of the questions I ask:

  • Why the Gadsby hymnbook?
  • How do you come up with the new melodies for the old hymns?
  • What’s the writing process like?
  • What project is coming up next?

Download the interview here: (Right-click, and then choose “Save Target As…” to your computer).

Visit their website to hear more clips.

Check out some of their lighter stuff on YouTube.


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8 thoughts on “Interview with Red Mountain Church”

  1. Weston says:

    I loved the interview!

  2. Brandon says:

    Great interview. I’ve been listening to RMM for a few years now and their music and Indelible Grace’s have almost become a soundtrack for good and bad in my life. Great music that always points back to Christ and scripture.

  3. Abby says:

    Their music is wonderful, and they are so talented in how they create such beautiful music to those old hymn texts. My personal favorite is “Pensive, Doubting, Fearful Heart” from the Gadsby Project. Our little boy sings along in the car with “Help My Unbelief.”

    God bless you Red Mountain Church. And keep up the good work!

  4. Christian says:

    Some of their youtube videos are really funny.:) Great interview, and can’t wait to hear the Christmas album.

    Good post Trevin, and thanks for sharing it with us.

    Christian

  5. Justin says:

    Fabulous interview. I want to itunes some of their songs now.

  6. Trevin,

    Thanks for doing this – it was our pleasure. It is an honor to be able to make and share this music. Thanks for singing with us, and thanks for listening…

    BTM

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​Trevin Wax is Bible and Reference Publisher at LifeWay Christian Resources and managing editor of The Gospel Project. You can follow him on Twitter or receive blog posts via email. Click here for Trevin’s full bio.

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