Marshall Mclean | A Road To Antioch

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A Road To Antioch

by Marshall Mclean

A Folk-Rock, Concept album based on the Sermon on the Mount. Intensely real, honest vocals. Songwriting from a different angle.
Genre: Spiritual: Alternative CCM
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1. Redefine
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2. When Yours Is Mine
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3. Blessed
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4. A Tree and Its Fruit
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5. Love Wins
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6. Hypocrite
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7. O Poverty
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8. Mammon
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9. Through a Veil Lit Dimly
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10. Hurry Up Child
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Album Notes
I am Marshall McLean. I am 22 years old and am married to my wife Nina since August, 2005. I met Nina in Italy when we were both 16. We have a son named Charlie who was born on August 7th of 2007. I am a working artist and songwriter based out of Spokane, Washington North of town somewhere in the woods. I'm inspired to be a songwriter by the power of words, the mystery of the music and the beauty of both when happening together.


I’m very interested in the following things: books that bring change, The Sermon on the Mount, loving my enemies, C.S. Lewis, my friends Matt Watts, David August, Matt Schvanevet, and Steven Gnam, Levi Hicks, investing in the poor, my cat Mia B. and her kittens, my family, Gibson Guitars, Taylor Guitars, fine wines and coffees, cheese, meeting new people, stimulating conversation, revolution, grace, pain, joy, sacrifice, hunger, birth, death, the month of October, travel, peace, practicing the words of Christ, the sound of A minor, thunderstorms, the smell of rain, pondering destiny and free will, taking walks, collecting Fiesta Ware, laughing, my dad's fishing trips, having time to reflect and to dream.


My favorite quote right now is “when you cannot do the good that you would, do the good that you can” -Matthew Henry


Marshall McLean has put out three albums. The Pilgrim Sessions (2004) which is an organic project recorded with Marshall and his guitar only. His next work, Heaven’s Grey (2006) is a full band recording featuring songs like “The End of Me” and “Vanity.” His most recent project is entitled "A Road to Antioch." Released in 2007, this album is a concept album inspired by the messege of the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7), featuring songs like "Redefine" and "A Tree and its Fruit." All three projects draw strongly from personal reflection and are available online and at Marshall’s performances.


He is the Winner of the 2006 Gibson New Musician Award presented at Hatchfest in Bozeman, Montana where he preformed the song “The Ordinary Things.” He was later featured on Gibson’s website.


Marshall is a frequent performer and speaker at many venues across the Northwest including churches, coffee houses, and high schools. Marshall travels with his wife Nina promoting his albums and sharing his music and words with people


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Ken Ainsworth

Incredible lyrics
From time to time, I find myself wondering if singer-songwriters in the troubadour tradition are fading into extinction. But then, I stumble onto works like "A Road to Antioch". Praise the Lord! This is so honest ... so profound ... so original. This CD is easily worth twice the retail price, so do yourself a favor and pick it up. Although I'm just a crusty old guitar picker, I'd love to one day have the privilege of sharing a stage with one so talented as Marshall McLean.

Rebecca Rising

A Road to Antioch
My husband and I first saw Marshall at a coffee shop in Missoula, MT. His skill on the guitar was mesmerizing. As it turns out, his recorded music ("Heaven's Grey" and "A Road to Antioch")is also great listening. Wish we had the lyrics.

Chris Clark

Road to Antioch
I came across Marshall's stuff on myspace and soon ordered his CD. I highly recommend this album if you like pretty much any kind of acoustic/rock music, its awesome! Pretty darn near a perfect folk rock album, great lyrics and excellent songwriting. Im really hoping this dude comes to Vancouver!