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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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3/12/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, March 12
We continue our look at some of the great songs from the Jesus Music eraósongs that moved many of us to faith. Today we hear Malcolm and Alwynís song "Foolís Wisdom," One Truth Bandís "Lord, My Desire," and Chuck Girardís song "Slow Down." LP Steve brings the classic "Dr. Jesus" out of the vinyl vault. We also hear DeGarmo and Keyís "Long Distance Runner," Randy Stonehillís "Shut De Do," and many more.
3/5/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, March 5
Great lyrics came out of the Jesus Music era, and today we bring back some of the first with Larry Normanís song "Why Donít you Look into Jesus." LP Steve looks specifically into the words that triggered and helped build our faith in the seventies and eighties. We invite you to send us some examples of the song lyrics that grabbed you early on in this era; email your favorite lyrics to We hear music from Keith Green, the Imperials, Dion, and many more on this edition of the Jesus Music Revolution.
2/26/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, February 26
Today we hear songs including Rick Cua's "Can't Stand Too Tall," John Fischerís "One Lane Road," and Darrell Mansfieldís "Crossroads." Plus, we mix in Keith Green and Rich Mullins. From the vinyl vault, LP Steve shares Mike Johnson's novelty song "More Than Just an Act."
2/19/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, February 19
Roby Duke truly captured the era of the early 1980ís with songs like "Come Let Us Reason" and "I Shall See God," and we kick things off today with his track "Season of Change." We also hear tracks from D.A., Benny Hester, Charlie Peacock, the 77ís, Michael and Stormie Omartian, and many more.
2/12/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, February 12
Today we start with ADís song "Timeline." We hear vinyl vault classic "Heís Alive" from Don Francisco. We catch DeGarmo and Key's live session of "Strength of Love." Plus, we hear music from Idle Cure, Steve Camp, Russ Taff, the Imperials, and many more.
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