About the Book
Singer-songwriter Rob Halligan has been writing and performing his songs for over 30 years. With a passion for honesty in his work his songs have tackled issues of faith, religion, politics, reconciliation and social commentary.
In this book, written as an accompaniment to his album "Psalm", he asks his friends the question, "what do the psalms mean to you?"
The responses are insightful and probing and offer a chance for mediation on our own journey of worship.
The latter part of this book includes a copy of the program of the first Psalm Event that took place at Coventry Cathedral in the spring of 2019 and includes the lyrics to the songs on the album.
Singer/songwriter Rob Halligan is an award winning international artist. He has worked and recorded with an array of talent such as Graeme Duffin and Sandy Jones (Wet Wet Wet), Bob Halligan Jr (Judas Priest, Cher), After The Fire, Simon Goodall (Cliff Richard) and Paul Evan (Delirious). His 2009 album Best Thing That’s Happened was nominated Contemporary Album Of The Year. His latest album, The Perils the Grace and The Way has received excellent reviews and BBC Radio 2 airplay. So far in 2011 he’s appeared on BBC1 and Radio 2, ITV’s Daybreak and a list of local radio stations. In the late 1990’s Rob started playing the local pub circuit with his band, Goldsmiths, delivering their own brand of indie-pop-rock. Their CD, IknowYouknow released in October 1999 won some excellent reviews. The band played some noteworthy venues including the Sanctuary in Milton Keynes and the Coventry Colloseum. Rob’s life took a new direction after the death of his father in the terrorist events of 9/11 and