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, July 26
Today we open Jesus Music Revolution with "Hit You Where You Live" by Petra. We dive right in with Larry Norman, the grandfather of Jesus Music. We bring songs from Tom Howard and Bryan Duncan out of the vault with LP Steve. We also hear tracks from Vector, Richie Furay, and Tonio K. We discuss the difference between Paul D. Davis, and Paul Davis from "Do Right" and "Sweet Life."
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, July 19
DeGarmo & Key kicks things off with their classic "Long Distance Runner," and we hear some great tunes from 80s alternative band Undercover before Michael Gonzales comes out of the vinyl vault with his song "Paradise." We also hear tracks from Charlie Peacock, DA, and Michael W. Smith, along with some Jesus Music memories from Phoenix Sonshine's Gary Cowan and his song "Paperback Bible."
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, July 12
We start you off with some DeGarmo & Key as we hear their album No Turning Back: Live, and then we feature some solo tracks by Eddie DeGarmo. Plus, our vinyl vault classic is from Tim Sheppard, as LP Steve gives us the scoop on Tim's career. Finally, we hear tracks from 2nd Chapter of Acts, Larry Norman, Mustard Seed Faith, Kathy Troccoli, and Leslie Phillips.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, July 7
Love Song's "Freedom" kicks off this edition of Jesus Music Revolution, and then we follow up with SoCal's Parable and Randy Matthews. Plus, LP Steve brings Kerry Livgren out of the vinyl vault, along with tracks from AD. And, we hear Dion, Mylon LeFevre, and Mark Farner, before ending with The Imperials' "Finish What you Started."
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 28, 2015
We kick things off with the classic jazz-rock fusion of Paul Clark as we listen to his song "Hand to the Plow," and then we move right into some early Christian rock with the J.C. Power Outlet and Bonnie Bramlett's "Givin' it Up for Your Love." Plus, LP Steve pulls Messenger and James Felix out of the vinyl vault. And, we hear an interview from 1979 with Keith Green as he talks about some of his finest work.