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.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, September 6
Jesus Music Revolution brings you some southern rock with Randy Matthews' title track to his album Plugged In. Plus, we hear Amy Grant, the husband/wife team Farrell and Farrell, Ipso Facto, Paul Clark, Keith Green’s “On the Road to Jericho”, Parable, and Charlie Peacock. LP Steve digs deep in the vault to bring us Brown and Jackson.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, August 30
We start off the show today by bringing “Let Mercy Lead” and “Where You Are” by Rich Mullins back from the archives, along with a classic from the Sweet Comfort Band. LP Steve goes deep in the vault to bring us Gospel Seed and Danibelle. We also hear Phil Keaggy, the Resurrection Band, Matthew Ward, Randy Stonehill, and Petra's “Without Him We Can Do Nothing.”
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, August 23
Mike Roe and the 77’s open things up today with the song "MT" from their album Sticks and Stones, along with classic Oden Fong. From the vault we hear music from Daniel Amos as LP Steve premieres a new project from founder Terry Scott Taylor. Love Song’s Chuck Girard gives us the "Full Immersion Ocean Water Baptism by the Sea," and we hear the 2012 version of Barry McGuire’s "Eve of Destruction," "Send Me" by the Allies and others on Jesus Music Revolution.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, August 16
Today we sample the Barrett Band from England, along with 80s pop/rock artist Leslie Phillips, and "Lord of the Past,” a lyrical masterpiece from Bob Bennett. We also take a trip to the vault as LP Steve brings out the Daniel Band from Canada, and we capture the words and music of Terry Talbot from a 1980 interview with Rock and Religion. We also hear Scott Wesley Brown, In 3D, and Matthew Ward.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, August 9
We take a cue from LP Steve today and bring back as many Steves as we can find in Jesus Music. We hear from possibly the most outrageous Steve of the bunch: Steve Taylor, but also the more thoughtful ones: Steve Camp, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Steve Hindalong, the hidden Steve in the group The Choir; in its early days, the band Whiteheart actually featured Steve Green. We also hear some Bash-N-The Code, Phil Keaggy, Silverwind, and Nutshell.