Ken and Lisa would like to know what songs should they should put on their Christmas CD (“The Gifts of Midwinter,” due out NEXT Christmas). Help us build the perfect Christmas CD for you! Go to ravenboymusic.com to take the VERY short pop-up poll to give us your preferences! [polldaddy survey=’96E7EA40A5D62F70′ link_text=’Christmas CD Survey’]
Deep In Training on Video Production
Spent many hours testing and learning how to shoot video so we can start producing music videos! Since we don’t perform live as often as we’d like, this will be a close second.
"Welcome To the Current Middle Ages" by Baldwin of Erebor Now Available Via CD Baby!
Baldwin of Erebor’s “Welcome to the Current Middle Ages” is now on CD Baby! Why is this a good thing? Song and album downloads are now available, plus fast and easy CD order handling. Check it out here: https://cdbaby.com/cd/BaldwinofErebor. And don’t worry about making a separate bookmark. Every RBM artist on CD Baby will […]
New Front-Runner in "Feast Song" T-Shirt Poll!
Amazingly, the line “If I ever win the crown, we’re going for Chinese” has overtaken “I never knew that you could do that with a turnip” in the poll to determine the next line for the Raven Boy Music Cafe Press design for “The Feast Song.” We offered 5 choices, plus a write-in. You get […]
Take "The Feast Song" Poll
Take “The Feast Song” poll here https://www.ravenboymusic.com/ to help us decide what line from “The Feast Song” (by Ken and Lisa Theriot) should be used for our next T-shirt (or mug, or tote bag, etc.) design for the Raven Boy Music Cafe Press Store. It’s really, really short, and we really, really, need your help. […]
Lisa Theriot's "Gifts of Midwinter" Released Today
Lisa Theriot’s new song, from the 2010 Christmas CD, will be released today (Nov 12th)! It will be posted in multiple locations under the Creative Commons license (download and enjoy:)). Watch this space later today and we’ll link you up!
Raven Boy Music Book Anyone?
Would anyone be interested in music books of Raven Boy artists/albums with guitar chords, etc? If there is enough interest, we’ll make it happen!