Zehnder in Studio
The brothers have continued to write and are chipping away at some new recordings. Additional digital releases beyond this fall’s “Bring it On” release may be on the horizon, stay tuned.
Latest Single Release
Inspired by the writings of Ched Myers, the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the social justice work by indigenous people of Australia, the brothers just barely finished this song, “Bring It On,” in time for the 2016 summer conference at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. The whole band (including
Zehnder joins 1st Wednesday at Knox Presbyterian Church in Pasadena Enjoy a unique opportunity to hear the duo in an intimate* setting, and to interact with the brothers as they reflect on their faith and their craft in today’s context. *Please RSVP to: knoxpasadena.org/events (RSVP not required for entry, but
Mini Earth Video Released
As said in the previous post, the Rally for the Earth in September was quite inspiring. So the band pulled together a mini video to keep the conversation alive – see it (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smMxeLuTRFc) Utilizing the video and stills captured that day by Joel Lipton and an edited version of “You
Earth Rally Inspires!
On September 20, Zehnder joined rally for the earth! The brothers and friends jammed on the steps of Immanuel Presbyterian Church along Wilshire Blvd near downtown Los Angeles. They joined hundreds of fellow Angelinos as well as over 300,000 New Yorkers and folks around the nation and world raising their
Celebrating 126 Years!
The brothers join in a Music and Ministry Showcase Concert marking the 126th birthday of Immanuel Presbyterian Church. They, along with fellow musicians on staff, will be sharing an wildly eclectic mix of music. Emiliano Almeida, the brothers’ favorite veteran Zehnder percussionist, happens to be on staff at Immanuel and
Independence Glow in New Mexico
During the week preceding and including the 4th of July, Zehnder has been invited once again to join the adventure that is Family Week at one of this planet’s breathtakingly “thin” places: Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. Back for the 7th year running, the brothers teach a class they call “Making Music