Music stolen from the Psalms to give us all a way to be more honest when we pray.

 
  2008 Karla Adolphe  is a uniquely powerful, award winning talent from Canada who plays both guitar and piano in this much awaited third album in the solo series embodying the heart of the Psalmist.

2008 Karla Adolphe is a uniquely powerful, award winning talent from Canada who plays both guitar and piano in this much awaited third album in the solo series embodying the heart of the Psalmist.

  2002  This is the singer/songwriter genre in its most vulnerable form: one instrument and one voice.  Ben Pasley  bleeds out his heart in compliment and complaint, anthem and argument, all from the heart of the Psalmist.

2002 This is the singer/songwriter genre in its most vulnerable form: one instrument and one voice. Ben Pasley bleeds out his heart in compliment and complaint, anthem and argument, all from the heart of the Psalmist.

  2008  The culmination of the Classic series featuring hand drums, acoustic instruments and rich indie vocal harmonies. Here the gypsy roots rock includes violin and mandocello.  Aaron Strumpel  and  Karla Adolphe  are standouts.

2008 The culmination of the Classic series featuring hand drums, acoustic instruments and rich indie vocal harmonies. Here the gypsy roots rock includes violin and mandocello. Aaron Strumpel and Karla Adolphe are standouts.

  1998  The album that started it all. Singers, hand drums, earthy harmonies and acoustic guitars; an Americana sound with tribal edges.  Waterdeep  is featured.

1998 The album that started it all. Singers, hand drums, earthy harmonies and acoustic guitars; an Americana sound with tribal edges. Waterdeep is featured.

  2016  EP featuring the stellar talent of Karla Adolphe and Ben Pasley, as a duo. They created a kind of musical bridge between the raw acoustic roots of the series, and a much more pop music approach to singing the Psalms.

2016 EP featuring the stellar talent of Karla Adolphe and Ben Pasley, as a duo. They created a kind of musical bridge between the raw acoustic roots of the series, and a much more pop music approach to singing the Psalms.

 All the charts we have ever made, on every album, in one neat ZIP file. Get them all for free!

All the charts we have ever made, on every album, in one neat ZIP file. Get them all for free!

  2001  Another ensemble of amazing folky voices on hand drums, acoustic instruments, and some atmospheric loops recorded in India. Many songs from  Ben Kennedy.

2001 Another ensemble of amazing folky voices on hand drums, acoustic instruments, and some atmospheric loops recorded in India. Many songs from Ben Kennedy.

  2006  This second in the Chair and Microphone series is, again, a raw recording of one artist and one instrument, live, featuring the stellar artistry of  Aaron Strumpel .

2006 This second in the Chair and Microphone series is, again, a raw recording of one artist and one instrument, live, featuring the stellar artistry of Aaron Strumpel.

  2005 Todd Berger  and  Ryan Lott  ( Son Lux ) joined the team to produce the only true urban electronic album in a sea of acoustic albums. It is still full of songs stolen from the struggle of the Psalms.

2005 Todd Berger and Ryan Lott (Son Lux) joined the team to produce the only true urban electronic album in a sea of acoustic albums. It is still full of songs stolen from the struggle of the Psalms.

  2010  Bringing a lilt and lift to the one voice, one instrument series,  Tim Coons  is a unique talent from Colorado. He writes and sings on both piano and guitar.

2010 Bringing a lilt and lift to the one voice, one instrument series, Tim Coons is a unique talent from Colorado. He writes and sings on both piano and guitar.

  2004  The third circle of friends singing an indie-folk album of prayers with eastern drumming, some bluesy guitar, and a little more aggressive feel.  Stephen Roach  drums,  Barry and Michelle Patterson  perform.

2004 The third circle of friends singing an indie-folk album of prayers with eastern drumming, some bluesy guitar, and a little more aggressive feel. Stephen Roach drums, Barry and Michelle Patterson perform.

 

These songs are written for the common man–not religious professionals. They defy categorization as worship songs and are better understood as honest musical prayers inspired by the Psalms.

The first Enter The Worship Circle album was released back in 1998 and featured the hit songs I Will Not Forget You (#1 in the UK)  and You Are So Good To Me–which was later re-recorded by Third Day (#1 on the CCM charts).  Ben and Robin Pasley (aka 100 Portraits) produced all the albums in the series and appeared on most of them.

The first album sold over 70,000 CD’s before the advent of digital music online and now their online catalog has streamed millions. The simple acoustic guitars, hand drums and live recording style surround shockingly authentic lyrics. There are now 10 albums in the series,  including an EP featuring the stellar talent of Karla Adolphe and Ben Pasley released in 2016. As always, all the chord charts are forever free.

This musical invention is part of the Blue Renaissance Creative Group, a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to serving others through the creative arts.