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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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2/5/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, February 5
Today on Jesus Music Revolution, we hear the words and music of Michele Pillar. We recently had the opportunity to catch up with Michelle about her new book project out last year, Untangled, which chronicles her life. We hear some of her favorites like "Walk Across Heaven," along with her duets with Phil Keaggy and Lenny Leblanc, and her brand-new song "You Untangle Me."
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1/29/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, January 29
We open the show with music from Phil Keaggy’s group Glass Harp, and then compare it to a later track by Keaggy alone. We hear a remake of Keith Green's song "Trials Turned to Gold" by Pray for Rain. We also hear songs from Steve Camp, Rez Band, and Steve Taylor. LP Steve shares music by U2 from the vinyl vault.
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1/22/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, January 22
Today we enjoy Petra's song “Hit You Where You Live,” and Larry Norman’s tune "I’ve Searched All Around." We also hear Tom Howard’s "Shine Your Light", and music by Bryan Duncan from the vinyl vault. We do a comparison between Paul D. Davis and Paul Davis.
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1/15/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, January 15
A jazzy tune from Sweet Comfort Band kicks things off today on Jesus Music Revolution, along with southern rocker Ed Ratzloff. We enjoy music from DeGarmo and Key. LP Steve shares music by Lenny LeBlanc from the vinyl vault, and we hear the words and music of Barry McGuire.
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1/8/2017 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, January 8
We kick off the day with “Someone to Hold on To” by Derri Daugherty from the Choir. We also hear Oden Fong’s "Come for Children." The Allies' Bob Carlisle powers his vocals on “Crying in the Chapel," and LP Steve shares music from little-known Wendell Burton from the vinyl vault.
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