Still Producing In Hard Times. The story of “The Same Love” Project by Paul Baloche

Paul Baloche band - coffee break at winter session

Paul Baloche band – coffee break at winter session

It was an interesting year for sure. Paul & I both lost our fathers, and others in the band, and other friends faced very strange & trying seasons. To say that many of us had been shaken would be an understatement. BUT… we press on. We pray, we encourage, we rest in the Lord, … we continue to turn Jesus in the midst of it all. The best thing to do in any season is to keep moving towards the Lord. (When I hear these songs it reminds me of those days).

Besides all the events and recording that Leann and I do through a year, I was honored, once again, to labor with my brothers in the Paul Baloche Band to release another collection of songs that turn our hearts to the Lord. It was a long process as we worked together to find just the right sounds and feel for every song that Paul & friends were composing. It has been the pattern for the last few projects to “take our time.” Paul wanted to live with the material more… hear it in different ways… and then feel free to try several versions before settling in on a final product. As you’ll see in the video we all enjoyed the process, and appreciate the chance to cultivate the art of worship music a little more meticulously. See the story in the EPK video.

OH,,, and be sure to get your copy at your local music store or on itunes and other digital servers. 🙂 *Please pay for your copy! THANKS, Your brother, Carl


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About Carl

Carl has been a professional drummer & percussionist for over 30 years. He has played on over 80 Integrity Music projects; Maranatha Praise Band recordings 7 thru 10, & numerous other Christian, Pop, Country, Jazz, & Commercial projects.


  1. Hey Carl, love the new album (or whatever we call them now in digital format :), I’m looking forward to playing some of them soon in our band.
    I want to thank you for the blessing of your articles on your website and in “Worship Musician” magazine as well. Always great info and I appreciate you sharing it with me.
    I had the opportunity to see you in Vancouver a few weeks ago at the end of your Canadian tour. You guys were tight, and looked like you were having a great time too. I know it was a great evening and we were blessed to get to see you live. Thanks for taking the time to chat afterwards, it was nice to meet you. I play Yamaha as well, but you made those DW’s sound pretty good!
    Blessings brother. Mike

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