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The Jesus Music Revolution is a weekly one-hour excursion to the music of the 70's and 80's airing twice each weekend, Saturdays at 1:00 PM and Sundays at 5:00 PM.


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6/18/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 18
Today we hear music from one of the best groups in Europe from the eighties and nineties: Edin Adahl with their song "Wake Up." We also hear early Jesus music from Petra, the JC Power Outlet, Steve Camp, and Mylon and Broken Heart. We enjoy vinyl vault classics from Walter and Tramaine Hawkins, the Choir, DeGarmo and Key, and many more.
6/11/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 11
On this edition of Jesus Music Revolution, we hear music from Charlie Peacock: the song "Counting the Cost," which he performed, and Out of the Grey's song "He Is Not Silent," which he produced. We also hear Dan Peek's remake of the America classic "Lonely People," and hear music from One Truth Band, Englandís Nutshell, Darrell Mansfield, and many more.
6/4/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 4
LP Steve brings a classic track that is one of the best story songs ever out of the vinyl vault: "He's Alive" by Don Francisco, chronicling the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We hear music from Russ Taff and catch tracks from Harvest, the Choir, Steve Camp, Idle Cure, and AD.
5/28/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, May 28
On this Memorial Day weekend, we pay tribute to the Jesus music artists who have already passed on to their reward and left us with some incredible music and memories. We hear tracks from Larry Norman, Dana Key, Keith Green, Andre Crouch, Rich Mullins, and more. We fill you in on some facts about Dan Peek and Mark Heard, artists who definitely left us too soon. The music of this era lives on thanks to the contributions of these incredible singers and songwriters.
5/21/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, May 21
We open this edition of Jesus Music Revolution with "Love God Hate Sin," a classic from Mylon and Broken Heart. We hear a four-song tribute to the music and ministry of Paul Clark and music by Marty McCall, including songs from both of his bands: First Call and Fireworks. We hear from Leon Patillo, Charlie Peacock, Malcom and the Mirrors, and many more.
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