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"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

04:13 min | 6 months ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

"Thursday off and on and off and me. And the way you know that off off off off. Maybe maybe off off off off and now my guitar is bigger than your guitar their guitars and Randy Stonehill from the Wild Frontier project. And it featured a lot of guitars from folks like Dave Perkins Jerry McPherson and Jerry Chamberlain. Now in the mini acoustic concerts I've seen with Randy he seems to prefer something like the 2009 Taylor. I think it's 2714 c - Thursday, but his choice of sound generators is a 68 Martin D-28 which she picks up in nineteen seventy and in the early eighties, John Carruthers age or older has to pick up system that gave randiya a punch you have an electric but with the depth of an acoustic big and sweaty if you know what I mean, like if you go to the website at ww.w full circle Jesus music.com, you'll see how many times I've featured Randy songs on this show off artist. I'm honored to call friends speaking of an amazing artist. Well McFarland can hold his own he was first known for playing guitar six years with Bonnie Raitt song. From nineteen seventy-four to nineteen eighty. He became a Christian but continued to make his living playing secular music at Muscle Shoals sound as well as traveling in Ministry with chrome now during this time is floundering marriage was restored and he and Janet now married thirty-two Years also travel together who else continued to work in secular life and gospel music, both traditional and contemporary Styles. He continues to work in Muscle Shoals and Nashville and other places around the country and World off now often Jesus music artist reach out to play on or help other Christian artists and so will helped out artist Vaughn on his project these songs took the song called Tulsa Oklahoma.

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"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

"Petra and not by sight stay tuned find out what other old guys made the cut on this episode of old guys with a guitars on Full Circle. Hi, this is Randy Stonehill and you're listening to The Very Best of classic Christian music with my friend. Jerry Bryan This is full circle and Thursdays Stonehill even wrote a song about his guitar and we know this it was big. This amazing artist has been doing Jesus music for almost fifty years as of this record and he is a legend indeed in a good friend get.

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"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

"Trust in God allies on full circle with Bob Carlisle and Randy Thompson. What a team now. Randy was first heard laying down the licks for the sweet Comfort band before joining the allies with Bob. He shared the 1997 Grammy award for the best choice. Country song with Bob Carlisle for writing a song called Butterfly Kisses rainy recently told me that he started with a Fender Strat guitar and then used a Gibson ES-335 back in the late seventies. Also a Gibson Les Paul today. His number one is a 1968 Gibson ES-335. 2017 Gibson Les Paul classic a 1961 Fender Stratocaster and he still has his 1980 Valley Arts number 77 of a custom-built Mike McGuire and that's just Stratovarius. Oh men and their guitars. Well, like the poster on my Facebook page and the email blast. I send out. Never underestimate an old man with the guitar are two are five or ten because a man can never have too many guitars now recently. I produced an m. Put on Full Circle entitled Girls with Guitars and it seem right to let them go first degree, but you know that the guys went their own show, right? So here are a few names I'd offer to see you on this episode if I had enough time because each of my friends love their guitars and you'll hear a few of them. If you stay tuned I could start the list with John Michael in Tarrytown open the late Mark heard Leanne Kaiser from Resurrection band. Derri Daugherty from the choir the 77s micro the late Danny key from the Garment Ki Petra's Bob Hartman carry liquid from Kansas Hadley hockensmith, who was Neil Diamond's guitars for years. We first met when he was playing in a backup band for Andrae Crouch called sunlight Randy Stonehill Paul Kang Gary Chapman David Huff of David and the Giants Mark Farner from the Grand Funk Railroad Louis McVeigh, her Mustard. Seed Faith will be a guest on Full Circle sometime soon. And our first guitar artist Randy Thomas from sweet Comfort band and of course allies now, that's just a start the entire list of old guys would get charged. Lots of guitars would fill the longest Christmas list. If you're Santa where to bring you the CD releases from these old guys in Jesus music in particular. These are the guys who influenced in a real way the amazing guitar players of today's contemporary Christian music groups. And since I only have about sixty minutes on this episode off, I'll do the best. I can to feature a few of these amazing and diverse old guys with guitars. I realize I can't satisfy everyone you certainly have a Christian guitar player that.

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"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

"Randy Stonehill stand like steal from his album Return To Paradise cross reference to his major-label debut back in nineteen Seventy-Six called Welcome To Paradise on this project. Randy came around full circle with an acoustic guitar focused album like the previous album. I just mentioned The final verse and the song shifts the focus from the social injustice is in our world to our own personal struggles reminds me of Philippians chapter 2 verses twelve to thirteen. It reads there for my friends as you have always obeyed not only in my presence, but now much more in my absence continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling for it is God who works in you to Will and to act in office to do full fill his good purpose. Larry Norman was one of those who helped kick off Randy's transitioned into Jesus Muzik also introduced him to Jesus in his own kitchen back in nineteen sixty nine. In nineteen eighty-nine, Larry released an album. That was a comeback of sorts his first major label released since the 1981 album something new job this summer those familiar with Larry's work. We'll find this next track not surprising as it only clocks in at 1 minute and 35 seconds actually be true account of the trip. He and his brother Charlie took to Russia a few years before the song was recorded. The song seems to be calling us to pause and take a closer. Look at what is really happening all around from the album home at last the grandfather of Jesus music. I might.

Randy Stonehill Larry Norman Charlie 1981 Russia Larry Return To Paradise Randy 1 minute 35 seconds Welcome To Paradise Philippians one this summer Will Jesus nineteen eighty-nine first major label a few years before thirteen
"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

"Liam. Then free the fire and me on Full Circle the title track off last album of the 80s as well as their last number one song from the longtime career in Christian music written by husband-and-wife songwriting team. Michael and stormie omartian Loop in numerous ships for the band throughout their career. Well, the title of the theme of this episode is forgotten tracks of the whole piece and while that particular song may not fall into that category per se it was the beginning of the end for the band's enormous success from the mid-seventies to the mid-eighties. Now, some of the other artists will be hearing from include Jesus music veterans Randy Stonehill and 2nd chapter of Acts singer-songwriters Barry McGuire Chuck Girard and Paul Clarke the husband and wife Duo known as fair or unfair as well as the late Keith Green and Larry Norman both have gone down to be with the Lord. I know have one more vocal group who are at the Forefront of the Jesus movement in the early seventies, AME Nelly and Matthew the three years. Williams known as the 2nd chapter of Acts in nineteen eighty Seven Seventeen years after first Farm here. They released their last album of original CCM attend a year later. They would record their second jams album before going their separate ways from the album far away places take it to all the.

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"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

"Heard and others. So there wasn't much that I could bring to that particular conversation, but background jungle challenge. That was up my alley. order like Lemmings to the Sea we stumble through this light time and call it being free. Yeah, but knowing will going off and Freedom means to me we just can't see how are things with struggle for their not on the things. We need the man who seeks the Lord of life will find his life took off everything. And that's off off off off off off. it gets here every time I take a message for you off our troubles never home and just you think we get off later time off of going where we The whole life your soul watch your life. Again Master have control open shut off against you every time off here listening to Classic Jesus music on Full Circle, and that was Randy Stonehill off. with the song Bad proof Hi, this is Randy Stonehill and you're listening to The Very Best of classic Christian music with my friend Jerry Bryan. Thanks,.

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on Full Circle | Classic Jesus Music

"Band off with Steve Scott on vocals. Now you may have gathered the song was sung from the perspective of the prisoner being crucified alongside Jesus who came to his defense in the midst of the mockery by the third prisoner being crucified at the same time my guest Steve Scott wrote that song. And Steve is much more than just another Christian musician having delved into poetry which is spoken word artist. He speaks at conferences and teaches at schools often has contributed articles for several periodicals as well as becoming a published author born in London England and the early fifties transplanted to the stage in the late seventies. Steve's traveled the world. His experiences have filled various forms of art reflecting his true worldview of the Christian culture down and say stay tuned. I think you enjoy my conversation with Steve Scott on full circle with Jerry Bryant. But talking to Steve Scott unfold circle now Steve back in the early eighties you were involved with exit records. If I remember and the sacramental music scene was on. Wow, I guess the question would be how did a brick from the UK end up working with the likes of Charlie peacock and micro Steven. So just the name of the few that crossed your path. How did not land. Well, it's a bit of a tangled story when I was at Art School in England in the early nineteen seventies. I was going to art school in Rome sells itself of London in Croydon and in a village next Croydon a little town called carshalton I discovered there were some American musicians the guy called birdy Stonehill. I saw him play some songs at a nearby church and through a mutual friend a journalist Steve Turner. I got connected to Randy off. And we began sharing music and songs together and after a while he made a cassette of some of my songs and played them for a visiting friend of his name of Larry Norman who at that point was starting to think about always wanting to the planning of a record label could Solid Rock and so this is now we are at like my boss 1970s and he began to talk to me about getting involved with the solid rock record label. So long story short. I came over to America in the late nineteen-seventies initially to record with Larry and Randy and the late Tom Howard and the late Mark heard and those guys and we got pretty deep into the production of the record things began to unravel a little bit with the label and stuff that was going on down there in Southern California late 70s early 80s song. Already Randy Stonehill. Hopefully the concert in Northern California for warehouse Ministries Louis and Mary Neely and he brought me along with him to just meet these folks because this was a church that was very interested in the Arts. And I was interested in churches that were interested in the Arts. So I went with Randy and I met the pastor and his wife and I met some of the young artists musicians that were going to the church and as things began to loosen up in Southern California the conversations about moving to Northern California began to occur second fast, eventually. I did move to Northern California and I got involved with the church Ministries and what was then called Sangre Productions, which was the the Arts or mm of the church and it featured everything from singer-songwriters to poem. Two people writing plays and eventually the church at a gallery in which they put up visual art. Songbird Productions art project led into an album could come back soon. That was featuring all the musicians that that were around at the time or doing individual tracks then and that album was produced by Tom Stipe off after that in the early 1980s. The song ray vision further refined into exit records. It was giving out on the other are so we're still drama going on and dance and poetry and then visual art but exit records became one point of focus and with exit records off there was a band that was a really cold scratch band featuring micro and others and Mark Proctor mock turtle and Jan Erik balls and birth. On Macomb then we call now Chamberlain and they will so we have this band called the scratch band that will playing, you know, local concerts for public schools and stuff like that. And then then they had a recording studio and they began to make records the scratch pad change their name to the seventy-seven s g m a a bath and Steve Griffiths were there and with Bruce Spencer on drums, they formed a band called factor and Charlie peacock was with for a short while and then he became a solo artist and record his solo album with exit rockaz. Tom Goodwin is some Panacea. I was kind of a violin driven music Thursdays and First Strike something more of a hard rock band recorded for exit records and text records went off with a a big bag with all these artists 7 a.m. Vector Charlie peacock for strike Panacea and around the gate was a great sounding records. Now another guy that was very different jobs in the Stonehill you ended up playing on his album. The sky is falling on the track called bad fruit. How did you get working on that run its simple I was around the studio. I was watching a session go down. And as I recall all I did I think the sleeve credits Bears this out. We did some jungle charging so I don't just a bit of a vocal background. I mean Randy was working with some great musicians, you know, the late Tom Howard the late John Glenn who's familiar with electric guitarist, Mark.

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"randy stonehill" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"randy stonehill" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Yeah I want some advice from because I moved to Nashville route you thought and like many others I moved here to pursue music and my songs are written hunter songs of yours my songs and things have been played on process and even say hi ready California but since I've been here I don't know who to talk to I don't know how to promote the music I spoke to Randy Stonehill is a very popular concert right Christian music singer thank you listen to my CD email me I think you to promote the small the thought and I don't even know how to talk to well the interesting thing is and we're short on time but I'll tell you this the old days and and I'm not seeing the record label is not important obviously you know most of the big stars have a record label but if you don't get anywhere with those the gate keepers out there there's a way around the gate and you can put in your songs directly on iTunes on Amazon you can put him everywhere and then and and they end up you can actually put him on Spotify and see the record labels and some of these artists they look down their nose at some of these like Spotify and Pandora and stuff because they're making money off of it but when people start to look around for new music as a matter of fact and I don't know if I can do this I'm gonna see if love it live it is you need well I'll see if I can email you a song this was a song I found several years ago this several that I've found anybody ever heard of he lie paperboard read well you probably heard of sauce is now to use in the movies I found this guy when nobody knew who this dude was but he managed to do the same that he's got a record deal and some other stuff well there really are ways around it you don't have to wait for the record labels to sign you to a record deal you can go around him I'm gonna play a little snippet one hopefully find get in the control room when we come back in a moment of one that I found let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and skip anybody notice to mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the.

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