Audio Concert Clips

Here they are! Thank you to all my brothers and sisters who made this possible. We hope you enjoy a little sampling of the music. We had Anna’s video camera in the balcony picking up ambient sound and so it isn’t high quality audio, but you will get the idea.

Maxwell Family Music Clips

(You’ll need to click the above link, and the sample is an MP3.)

Speaking of music, today I updated our speaking schedule to show a map of our next trip. We have quite a few evenings available, plus days available for concerts. Please contact us if you’re interested in coordinating something.

Thank you for your prayers and rejoicing with us over Baby Max. 🙂

Sarah for all the Maxwells

“The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I praise him” (Psalms 28:7).

Someone asked in a comment who played what instrument and who sang:

Dad — Sings lead, also plays bass guitar
Mom — Guitar
Christopher — Sings bass sometimes, plays harmonica, mandolin, and occasionally bass guitar
Sarah — Plays backup banjo (and takes pictures 🙂 )
Joseph — Sings lead in several songs and harmony, plays mandolin and guitar
John — Banjo, sings bass in a song or two
Anna — Sings lead and harmony, plays fiddle
Jesse — Sings in a few songs, plays dobro, guitar, and hammer dulcimer
Mary — Sings harmony in a few songs, plays guitar, bass guitar, and mountain dulcimer

As you can see on the overlap of instruments, they’re traded around for different songs!

10 thoughts on “Audio Concert Clips”

  1. The music is wonderful!!! I was just wondering if you have ever given a description of who plays what and if everyone sings or if there are some who are the main vocals? I was just wondering. What a blessing to have such a beautiful talent.

    Good idea! I just added it on to the post!


  2. That is nice! Thanks for posting it. Have you guys done a CD? Or ever thought about doing one?


    Lord willing, a CD will be out in the next year.

  3. Your music is wonderful. Beautiful. This was such a treat to listen and I even sang along. I didn’t even realize that it downloaded onto my ipod and I will certainly take advantage of this while walking the dogs. I am keeping in prayer for a CD to come soon 🙂

    Blessings, mrs. mari

  4. Hooray!!!!!!!!!
    Praise the Lord!!!!!! Thank you! Isn’t He wonderful?
    That’s so nice! We like bluegrass Gospel music! You are
    all such a blessing!

  5. I hope someone invites you to Missouri!
    We’ve been wanting to see you. I hope someone coordinates a
    conference here in Missouri! Resting in His timing, Rebecca K.
    There’s been an inquiry from Kirksville, so we’ll see how that works out 🙂 …

  6. Thankyou so much for sharing your music! Its nice to have an idea of what you all sound like and also to know who plays what part in the band.
    God Bless.

  7. Beautiful! Just Beautiful! I’m looking forward to a CD. Thank you so much for sharing-your blog brings joy untold.

    We will pray for Nathan and Melanie and their precious little one. What a blessing! Praise God!

  8. Hi Sarah

    Thank you all for being such a blessing! When we talk to our kids (we have four so far) about our vision for our family, we often show them things on your blog to give them an idea of what we mean – God is leading our family in a similar ministry direction.

    We love seeing your family closeness, you all enjoying working together and listening to your devotions on the ‘feed my sheep’ CD. Oh, and reading the ‘doggy books’ as our four year old calls them. We have read through all four books three times now and she wants to know when we can start over.

    Many blessings!

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