The Gundersen Family - "Doxology/Poor Man's Son/Down To The River To Pray" // Ballard Sessions

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Gabriel Kerr : Dude chatting in the background was totally killing the mood. I was cringing when he chimed in. Lol totally ruined it for me beyond recovery. So annoying! !

Zak Johns : Ima start a band called The Ugly Brother.

Tom Jones : Met my girlfriend to poor mans song on that alter, she became my most gracious wife!

Aurelia Gaar : The gunnderson family is my cousins

RIDETHESUNSHINE : When the roots are deep, there is no reason to fear the wind. ~Chinese Proverb . Hearts of Faith will understand why this quote above fits with this video. I am what I am... for a reason.... The Lord will show you the way, but you will still have to do the walking... Please Be Well, and Stay Strong on Your Journeys, Will.

Fred Des : Oh my god! Amazing voices. Thanks so much for sharing this.

RIDETHESUNSHINE : "Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6 NKJV . I am, what I am. This is some of the music I grew up around...

Summer Farley : Beautiful

abberz07 : This is beautiful.

Katie Krupin : Ohhhh how glad I am to find a recording of this! It was so profoundly moving to see and hear them do this live! **shiver of delight**

ilikzim : one word: beautiful

Sage Roddy : This is so good. So refreshing. Love all the family stuff they do.

Abby More : aren't they playing in a church? I think i know what you mean though. ;)

LauraCuthbert : Oh my goodness. Gorgeous.

jlynks101 : what a hidden gem.

Phoebe Dierdorff : 6 people dont have a life

biscuitdave : I know that Noah is essentially agnostic. They were all raised in church though, so they could be in a range of mindsets.

lionsandgods : I've learned over the past two years that faith and religion are very different things, and although I don't believe in God, I do believe in faith. And every time I lose faith, over the past few years, Noah has always pulled me back in. It doesn't always have to do with religion. Sometimes it's just about strength and family and belief in yourself. And he always reminds me of that.

Deborah Pennington : I've supported Noah before he was famous. His entire family is so talented! Love listening to the harmony!

Studio69 : Thank you! This resonates so deep.

Omar Jurado Woelz : the songs they blend so perfectly, the voices up in here are going ham, damn damn damn.

Jeremiah Satterfield : These people are just beautiful.

Charity Rattray : Love this

PartywithSaul : this is what music is supposed to be

stophashtagging : just keep listening to this on repeat. i love the gundersens. and they sing like angels. <3

Joshua West : Okay how come I'm just now learning about these clearly gifted vocalists?

NoTheOtherJonathan : How do people like this exist? I wish I could say I'm not jealous. These people. Fucking Gundersens. They break my heart with their music. I now understand how someone's song could kill me softly, because of these stupidly awe-inspiring people.

redhatgnome : ??Where can I download this?? It's absolutely beautiful. Not your typical worship music. SO SO touching and heartfelt. VERY honest and beautiful.

marcher312 : i'm pretty sure the gundersens are religious....

Aaron Rumley : I was yearning for some nice folk vocal bends though during the doxology

Wilfred Hubbard : love the song amazing :)

lathoroughbred : This is good music. Awesome thanks for sharing.

Erika Hoxeng : Loved the smooth harmony!

Sarah Houston : This is neat!

nathan parsons : Good job

Aaron Rumley : please leave the earth. this is amazing.

John O'Sullivan : amazing toz! Hope to see you again!

GenerationActzYouth : JEdgarWallace that "killing me softly" feeling is called the Holy Spirit. Let His love embrace you! :)

Blake Rivera-Baggott : The natural reverb <3

NoTheOtherJonathan : @DanPrinMan Emo? No. I just think they're incredible musicians. I never understood that song, "killing me softly" - but there is something so haunting about their music, it feels like I'm sinking into some deep coma - like I'm having a peak moment, just listening to their enchanting music.

NoTheOtherJonathan : I listen to this and feel like I could explode with joy and something I can't explain. A yearning for something more, something deeper.

kaosdevice : boring.

Natalie Steiner : Is the blonde brother the infant on the front of the album?! :P

Daniel Wade : dudes and dudettes, you just witnessed what i like to call a trifecta of soul-crunching gospel infused mashup of some very beautifully written and performed songs. All yall are very musically talented thank you for being you, glad i found yall, exactly what i wanted to hear.

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Zachary Miller : This is real folk. It's not a genre like most would like to think. It's about family, community and (most importantly) rejoicing in and out of hardships. Noah exemplifies this through and through. To hear his brokenness in the same song that he celebrates difficulty and adversity is simply a testament to his truth.

Nicholas Poppin : Amen

fremontabbey : this was filmed while the space was being setup for the show later that evening! incredible... more songs on our youtube channel too

fremontabbey : (oh and this is the CATHEDRALS concert series put on by Fremont Abbey Arts Center, held at St Mark's Cathedral in Seattle)

benh. yas. : Magnificent