It’s raining here in Nashville today, and I think most people who live here are in agreement with me when I say, “Welcome beautiful rain storm, please come in and stay a while!” I love thunderstorms (unless they’re the kind that stay too long and flood the place), and one of the best things you can do to make your thunder storm experience an even better one is to add some great music into the mix. It’s sort of like peanut butter and chocolate, or graham crackers and milk (I’m sure there are better examples out there, but that’s all I could think of for now). By themselves each thing is good but when you combine them together they turn into something even more awesome. That said, I’ve got a great song suggestion for you today to add to your “Rainy Day” music list (and if you don’t have one yet, well, here’s your first track).
Now, it may not be cloudy where you are now, and that’s ok because this song that I’m about to suggest is actually great with or without thunder in the background. It’s called “Skeleton Bones” by John Mark McMillan, and I’m definitely a fan that’s excited to be able to give it to you for FREE! The whole album is great, so once you test out the free track, I would highly suggest going here to check out the rest of the record.
Click here to go download “Skeleton Bones” by John Mark McMillan and let me know what you think!
As you may have noticed, I’m a big fan of “rainy day” music and love discovering new stuff. Therfore… I do have a couple of serious questions for you:
(1) Do you have a “rainy day” playlist?
(2) If yes, what songs do you suggest that I add to mine?
I’m excited to hear what you’ve got!