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, June 14, 2015
Matthew Ward had a stellar solo career coming out of 2nd Chapter of Acts, and we hear "Angels Unaware" from his Toward Eternity album. Plus, LP Steve brings the Rez Band out of the vinyl vault, and we hear from Charlie Peacock, Randy Matthews, Michael W. Smith, PFR in their early stage, Mark Heard, and Randy Stonehill.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 7, 2015
Dave Kelly's "King of Love" kicks off this edition of Jesus Music Revolution, and we have more coming up from Keith Green, Steve Taylor, and AD, along with vinyl vault hits from GLAD like "That Hymn Thing." LP Steve also taps into the career of Bob Ayala, and we hear tracks from Green, The Innocence Mission, The Archers, Russ Taff, and more.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, May 31, 2015
Scott Roley of the group Albrecht, Roley & Moore opens things up with his song "Really Fine Job," and LP Steve brings some new music and classics from The Choir out of the vault. Plus, we sample a song that has spanned four decades as we hear four different versions of "Jesus Is Just Alright" from DC Talk, The Doobie Brothers, The Byrds, and the Art Reynolds Singers, who performed the original. And, we hear tracks from Tom Howard, the Staple Singers, White Heart, and more.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, May 24, 2015
Dion DiMucci's "They Won't Tell You" breaks ground today, and we take a departure from California Jesus music back to Liverpool, England in the late 60s, with the Crossbeats coming out of the vinyl vault. Plus, we hear tracks from David and the Giants, Kelly Willard, Bonnie Bramlett, and Larry Norman and his first group, People!
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, May 17, 2015
One of the first alternative groups on the scene, The Choir joins us today, along with Terry Talbot, Oden Fong, the One Truth Band, David Meece, and more. We also hear a 1979 artist from out of the vault, as LP Steve looks at the career of Wendell Burton.