Sixty-six books.  Eighty-seven hours.  Sixteen narrators.  One Bible.  Pure Voice.

We here at Skyboat approach each project with a velvet glove, treating each author, narrator, and text with the love, respect, and appreciation they deserve.  We take tremendous pride in the being trusted with such a project.

Executive Producer Brad Hill and Zondervan Audio entrusted the care of this immense and revered project on the 400th Anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible to our team here at Skyboat.  We cast it with the brightest stars in our industry, we recorded it for weeks on end with painstaking accuracy, and we edited it with care and attention down to the smallest of detail.  Watch the video below to hear Golden Voice Scott Brick, Tony Award Winner John Rubinstein, and Academy Award Nominees Samantha Eggar and Theodore Bikel share their experiences narrating this epic project.

It is difficult to express the amount of love and care that went into the creation of this audiobook program—this Book of all books, this Book made up of sixty-six books overflowing with timeless tales, peopled with hundreds of characters and names, and language that made us swoon, even in those moments when our noses were buried in pronunciation keys.

The Bible is the best-selling book of all time, and we believe this one stands on its own for one very obvious reason: it’s PURE VOICE.

Just Listen. Pure Voice Bible

Below is a list of our outstanding cast and the books of the Bible they narrated.  And just to give you an idea of how outstanding they really are, between them they have 3 Academy Award nominations, 1 Golden Globe Award, 2 Golden Globe nominations, 3 Tony Awards, 5 Tony nomination, 16 Emmy Awards, more than 20 Emmy nominations, 3 Grammy Awards, 6 Grammy nominations, 5 SAG Award nominations, several Peabodys, 2 Theatre World Awards, 1 Drama Desk Award and too many Audie and Earphones Awards to count.  This cast would require a display mantlepiece of epic proportions.

The Cast

Rene Auberjonois: The Gospel According to John

Theodore Bikel: The Books of Leviticus, Psalms, Obadiah, Malachi, Luke

David Birney: The Books of Samuel, Romans, Ephesians, Thessalonians, Philemon, James

Scott Brick: The Book of Isaiah, The Gospel According to Matthew and the Acts of the Apostles

LeVar Burton: The Books of Job and John

Maxwell Caulfield: The Book of Ezekiel

Samantha Eggar: The Books of Deuteronomy, Judges, Esther, and the Song of Songs, and Haggai

Robert Forster: The Books of Jonah, Peter, and Jude

Edward Herrmann: The Books of Genesis, Corinthians, Philippians andTimothy

Gates McFadden: The Books of Ruth, Nahum, Zephaniah and Zechariah

Richard McGonagle: The Books of Kings, Galations, Colossians, and Titus

Juliet Mills: The Books of Daniel, Amos, Habakkuk, and Hebrews

John Rubinstein: The Books of Exodus, Chronicles, Ezra, Joel, and Revelation

Stefan Rudnicki: The Books of Joshua, Nehemiah, Ecclesiastes, Hosea and Micah

Kristoffer Tabori: The Books of Numbers, Proverbs, Jeremiah, Lamentations and the Gospel According to Mark

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  1. Random Lee says:

    This is awesome!

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