Aaron shares a few of the songs he wrote and their stories, joined by some Gospel music friends. Enjoy his serious side.
Mama's Rocking Chair
I Hear My Father Calling Me
The Blind Man In The Bleachers
The Word Is Mercy
The People God Gives You
The Master Of Me
It's Beginning To Rain
That Sounds Like Home To Me
She's Been Praying Again
One Thing God Cannot Do
When We Pray
It's Beginning To Rain (Reprise)
Released in September, 2017.
AARON WILBURN - Stories & Songs
With Dove Awards, Grammy nominations and many fans around the world, Aaron Wilburn
continues his storied career of singing, songwriting and comedy. This latest recording, "Stories &
Songs," highlights Aaron's serious side, with some great new songs that he has written, along
with two songs not written by him. Throughout the CD, Aaron tells stories about selected songs,
giving a glimpse into some facet of their development or meaning to him.
The new songs are very enjoyable, like "The People That God Gives You," written by Aaron
along with Lee Black, who co-wrote several songs with Aaron on the project. The stories add
depth and meaning to the already meaningful songs that they talk about. "Mama's Rocking
Chair" and "That Sounds Like Love To Me" both include stories about them as told by Aaron.
On "No Charge," Aaron is joined by Karen Peck for a stellar duet. One of two songs on the
album not written by Aaron, "No Charge," honors mothers as it tells the story of a mother and
her little boy, and reckons all the things that parents do for their children free of charge. Aaron
says, "As I get older, and I do get older, I have realized the gift that God has placed through
parents, through moms and dads. I don't talk a lot about this but I hope that my kids may hear me
talking about this one day and realize, Hey, taking care of those grandkids is kind of a gift,
too!'" The other song on the album not written by Aaron, "The Blind Man In The Bleachers,"
sees Aaron joined by more special guests, the Booth Brothers.
Join Aaron Wilburn for solid Southern Gospel songs and the stories behind them on "Stories &