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 3
We start things off today with “Kicks” by David Edwards, “His Love Is Strong” by Mylon, and “Strength of My Life” by Leslie Phillips. We also feature "Shatter the Darkness” by Fireworks and "Memory Lane" by Daniel Amos. We hear an interview segment with Oden Fong, Randy Matthews' song "Which Side Are You On," and much more on this edition of Jesus Music Revolution.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 26
In the early 1970s, the Jesus movement was evident in many areas of society—the Billboard Top 100 chart was filled with mainstream hits like "Spirit in the Sky," "Put Your Hand in the Hand," and "Oh Happy Day." Today on Jesus Music Revolution, we revisit these hits and a few more including “They Won’t Tell You" by Dion, "Everything’s Gonna Be Alright" by Al Green, and more from artists like Love Song's Chuck Girard, Canadian Bruce Cockburn, and the JC Power Outlet.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 19
We kick off this edition of Jesus Music Revolution with Bob Dylan’s “Gotta Serve Somebody.” We learn about the early days of Buffalo Springfield's Richie Furay as he crossed over into Christian music and hear songs from Leslie Phillips, Larry Norman, Kerry Livgren from AD, David and the Giants, and more.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, June 12
Today we hear music by Charlie Peacock, Matthew Ward, and the group Millennium, featuring the talent of Bob Farrell on keyboard. We also enjoy a classic from Paul Clark along with a track from his latest album Down at the Whistle Stop. We hear Bob Bennett's song "Heart of the Matter" from his album Matters of the Heart, which was the number one album in 1982.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, September 6
Jesus Music Revolution brings you some southern rock with Randy Matthews' title track to his album Plugged In. Plus, we hear Amy Grant, the husband/wife team Farrell and Farrell, Ipso Facto, Paul Clark, Keith Green’s “On the Road to Jericho”, Parable, and Charlie Peacock. LP Steve digs deep in the vault to bring us Brown and Jackson.