Franciscan November Song: We Are All Connected by Midwest Guitar Trio

by Sister Julie Ann on November 1, 2015

This Thanksgiving month, Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity feature Midwest Guitar Trio’s We Are All Connected. Listen in gratitude for all the wealth of culture and heritage that is ours. St. Francis Canticle

With the beginning of each day, St. Francis’ words speak to us all: ‘Praise be my Lord and give Him thanks and serve Him with great humility.’

This collection of songs represents a unique fusion of world music styles. Celtic, African, Eastern, Flamenco and American music are combined or “connected” into one fluent cultural cohabitation.

-Kenn Fox

You’ll want to listen to all this great music.

About ‘We Are All Connected’

We Are All Connected by Midwest Guitar TrioThe Midwest Guitar Trio is back with their 2nd release “We Are All Connected”. Their celebrated first release, All in good Time, was a mix of original compositions and standards, “We Are All Connected” features 10 original compositions by MGT founder Kenn Fox. While predominantly Celtic flavored, this music blends an array of world styles. The use of unorthodox stringed instruments in combination with the steel string acoustic guitar gives this music a unique and fresh sound. The arrangements are dynamic and textured and the melodies are haunting and ancient. The 3 distinct voices of this trio expand the boundaries of instrumental Guitar music to new and exiting place ,while respecting and celebrating the roots of their influence and style.

We Are All Connected written by Kenn Fox. BraveFace Publishing, ASCAP. From the album We Are All Connected, Spiritone Records 1037.


For booking info contact Kenn Fox at



17 thoughts on “Franciscan November Song: We Are All Connected by Midwest Guitar Trio”

  1. J.O. says:

    As I listen to this song, it makes me picture someone on a journey in search of something that they have lost or want to change.

  2. A.S. says:

    While I listened to this song, I felt a cheerful welcome with hope.

  3. Thelma says:

    The music definitely comes with the title. All the melodies go together perfectly as one and I do think the world should be viewed that way. With one another we become successful and without each other we can be lost.

  4. M.A. says:

    This is a good song to meditate to because there are no words to it so you can relax and take a moment to think about what you need help with or your problems.

  5. O.M. says:

    As I hear this song in my mind the thought of different cultures and tribes come together. The fact that there’s a mixer of different music…I heard Asian, African and other different combinations of sounds coming together as one forming something beautiful.

  6. E.D. says:

    Repetition/pattern, times of peaceful tones that then quickly turn into rapid/loud tones

  7. O.M. says:

    It touches me heart/speaks to me because there’s times of peace, but also times of fast work in our lives. Nothing is ever steady in life and the song shows that.

  8. V.S. says:

    This song speaks to me about God letting us know he will be their when we fall and He will help us rise.

  9. E.M. says:

    I picture a journey that has many difficulties and sufferings. Through out the journey I get stronger and become courageous. In the end I am left with a whole new me.

  10. D.S. says:

    God is inviting us to make a difference big or small. Anything helps.

  11. J.T. says:

    The Lord is my Shepherd. There is nothing I shall want. Jesus is always and forever will be with us to be our best friend. When we have Jesus in our lives, we should know that there is nothing better to have.

  12. A. says:

    salvation, sacrifice, unconditional love, eternal life, life/journey, blessings/gifts/talents

  13. L.V. says:

    It is very moving and motivational as well.

  14. L.V. says:

    I think of something having a dramatic change, but also how it got there.

  15. W.K. says:

    calm and a sign of peace

  16. V.S. says:

    God gives us the strength to move past all obstacles put in our path. He knows what we can do and He does it make us stronger.

  17. B.U. says:

    Music can make you change your insights about things.

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