In this episode, our host DJ, continues the interview with the third founding member of Sons of Korah – Rod Gear. Having shred his story of coming to faith and how that then challenged his musical direction, Rod shares how he met Jason and Matt and how the first seeds of Sons of Korah began … Continued
In this episode, our host DJ, interviews the third founding member of Sons of Korah – Rod Gear. Rod shares the story of how he became a musician, his early professional music career and how he came to faith in Jesus. This was all before he joined with Matt and Jason at the beginning of … Continued
In this episode we interview Jason Coghill, one of the founding members of Sons of Korah way back in 1994. A really interesting story of how Matt Jacoby and Jason got to meet (back in 1991), and how that led to the formation of Sons of Korah. The first band Jason and Matt were in … Continued
In this episode, we again interview founder and leader of Sons of Korah Matthew Jacoby. Matt gives us some insight into how he met the other founding members of Sons of Korah. “My memories of this time are fragmented but at some point I wrote music to a couple of Psalms, as did Jason. At … Continued
In this episode, we interview founder and leader of Sons of Korah Matthew Jacoby. Matt gives us some insight into how he became a Christian and how that led him to start a band focussed on putting music to the Psalms. The first advertised Sons of Korah gig that I remember was a night in … Continued
The 150 psalms found in God’s Word encompass the gamut of human experience – joy and pain, sin and forgiveness, despair and praise. With their unique, acoustic and multi-ethnic sound, Australia-based Sons of Korah offer an intriguing re-creation of the musical drama of the psalms. In 2018, Mel Lawrenz (from the Brook Network www.thebrooknetwork.org) spoke … Continued
This is an interview recorded for radio in 2011, just before we released our Wait album. Matt gives some insight into why we do what we do, how the Psalms speak to and impact our lives today, and the spiritual benefit of spending time ‘soaking’ in the Psalms.