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, December 7, 2014
Christian metal band Stryper opens things up today with "Always There for You," then we hear a Bob Carlisle classic from the Allies. Plus, we honor Al Green and hear the selection of his songs featured at the Kennedy Center Awards in 2014. And, we hear Bob Dylan, Michael Card, Phil Keaggy, and some songs you may not have heard before from Michael W. Smith.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, November 30, 2014
We sample some of the classic Christmas songs recorded during the Jesus Music era, such as Margaret Becker's incredible version of "O Come, O Come Emmanuel," Mom and Pop Winan's "Go Tell It On the Mountain," and Deniece Williams' "Do You Hear What I Hear?" Plus, we hear tracks from Charlie Peacock and Nutshell's Paul Field, and LP Steve brings out a twenty-minute session with Mark Heard from the vinyl vault.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, November 23, 2014
We discovered a KLYT top ten countdown survey from 1982, and we revisit that year today as we feature tunes from Joe English, Mylon LeFevre & Brokenheart, Steve Archer & Debby Boone, Brown Bannister, Prodigal, Michael and Stormie Omartian, and Petra, who had the number one song in that survey. We count them down in order on this edition of Jesus Music Revolution.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, November 16, 2014
We bring out the best of Benny Hester as we hear his track "Secret Thoughts," along with a true rocker from Darrell Mansfield. Plus, the All Saved Freak Band makes an appearance as well as the lesser known band Amplified Version. And, we hear The Calling, David and the Giants, and much more.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, November 9, 2014
We hear the live track "Freedom" from Mylon LeFevre & Brokenheart, giving us a great start on this journey to the eighties today. Plus, we hear Rick Cua, The Choir, Resurrection Band, and Love Song's "Joyous Lament." And, we get a vinyl vault history lesson about the Imperials from LP Steve before we hear PFR, one of his favorite bands from the nineties.