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, August 24, 2014
We have a great variety of early Christian rock on this edition of Jesus Music Revolution, including Rick Cua's "Can't Stand Too Tall," Michael Card, and Sweet Comfort Band's "Contender." Plus, LP Steve brings several Rich Mullins tracks out from the vinyl vault. And, we hear John Fischer and Malcolm and the Mirrors before Darrell Mansfield round things out with his song "Crossroads."
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, August 17, 2014
We open this edition of Jesus Music Revolution with a track from Phil Keaggy and the harmonies of Terry Scott Taylor and Daniel Amos in their song "Sky King." Plus, we hear Seawind's "Window of a Child," as well as Benny Hester, Margaret Becker, Bob Dylan, Keith Green, and more.
Jesus Music Revolution - Sunday, August 10, 2014
We open things up with the first release from England's Barratt Band, along with some American pop from Leslie Phillips and an introspective ballad from Bob Bennett. Plus, we pull out some rock from the vinyl vault with Canada's Daniel Band. Then, we round things out with a 1980 interview with Terry Talbot, who had just gone solo after working with his brother John Michael.
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.
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.