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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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8/3/2014 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, August 3, 2014
We blast off today with the song "Not by Might" by Harvest and jump right into a Keith Green song called "Trials Turned to Gold," which was also covered by PFR. Plus, we have a vintage vault pick from LP Steve, who brings us all the info on the group Seawind. And, we hear from the Alwyn Wall Band, Wayne Watson, Garth Hewitt, Russ Taff, and the Albrect, Roley and Moore Band to wrap things up.
7/27/2014 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, July 27, 2014
Soul stirrer Al Green gives us a jump start into this show, which also features a vintage 1977 track from Phil Keaggy and a lost ballad from David and The Giants. And, we hear Mylon Lefevre and Broken Heart, Charlie Peacock, Connie Scott, Billy Thedford of the Andrae Crouch & The Disciples, and Andrus, Blackwood and Company.
7/20/2014 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, July 20, 2014
Jesus Music Revolution shows a slight jazz flavoring as we kick it off with Roby Duke's "Seasons of Change" and continue with a live track from Daniel Amos before bringing Benny Hester out of the vinyl vault. Plus, we have a track from Michael and Stormie Omartian, a rock ballad from Allies, and a forgotten track from Servant to wrap things up.
7/13/2014 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, July 13, 2014
We kick off the program with Randy Stonehill, 1976, and the first solo effort from Petra's Greg X. Volz, in addition to Fireworks' "Rescued," Simon Adahl, and the 77's featuring Mike Roe and Rick Cua.
7/6/2014 Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, July 6, 2014
The Choir's song "Wide-Eyed Wonder" opens up this edition that features Mylon's "Gospel Ship" and Terry Clark. Plus, LP Steve brings Gerry Limpic out of the vinyl vault. And, we hear After The Fire's "One Rule for You," Leon Patillo, Charlie Peacock, and Canada's Daniel Band.
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