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, February 15, 2015
Little-known 80s rockers Weber and the Buzztones take us back, along with Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" and Petra's "Love." Plus, we hear Steven Curtis Chapman out of the vault with his first project from 1987, and LP Steve brings out some more vinyl. The Imperials, PFR, Love Song, Leslie Phillips, and Randy Matthews round things out on this edition of Jesus Music Revolution.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, February 8, 2015
Dion's "I Put Away My Idols" gets things started, along with Chuck Girard coming out solo from Love Song, who we also hear with their song "Welcome Back," as a perfect complement to White Heart's soaring "Eighth Wonder." Plus, LP Steve brings Dogwood out of the vinyl vault for a spin, and we hear Dan Peek's "Doer of the Word." And, Terry Scott Taylor shares about his first experience with Jesus Music and the progression of Jubal's Last Band into Daniel Amos.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, February 1, 2015
Randy Matthews brings us the classic "Which Side are You On" as we kick off this edition of Jesus Music Revolution, with some other artists coming out of the vault, including Ashley Cleveland and David Mullen. Plus, we hear the one-album-wonder group The Front, as well as Paul Clark & Friends, Steve Camp, Whitecross, and an interview session with Glenn Kaiser and Resurrection Band.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, January 25, 2015
We hear individual tracks from the members of the Lost Dogs and from other groups like Daniel Amos' "Shotgun Angel," The Choir's "Sad Face," and the 77s' "Caught in an Unguarded Moment," catching a glimpse into how Jesus Music has evolved through the ages. Plus, we hear Maranatha Music's The Way, and Love Song's John Mehler brings us his song "Bow and Arrow." And, we bring Michael W. Smith out of the vault with LP Steve.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, January 18, 2015
We start off with Mark Heard's "Stranded at the Station" and a classic from Keith Green. Our vinyl vault feature is former Earth, Wind & Fire lead singer Philip Bailey. Plus, we hear Barry McGuire's anthem song "Cosmic Cowboy" and Marty McCall & Fireworks' "Love You Tonight." And, we hear another vault pick from LP Steve as he brings us Chagall Guevara and the Lost Dogs.