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In the early days of the often-called "Jesus Movement"... Randy Stonehill collaborated with many of the most vital and important voices in the Christian music scene. Here's a brief run-down of the cast of characters and Randy's own ruminations on what they mean to him.
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By remaining firmly ensconced on the bleeding edge of Christian rock's stylistic continuum, Michael Roe has had an enduring and indelible influence on hundreds of artists and thousands of fans. First as the front man, vocalist and guitar slinger for the alternative Christian group The 77s, and more recently as a solo artist and a member of The Lost Dogs with Terry Scott Taylor (Daniel Amos,) Derri Daugherty (The Choir,) and the late Gene Eugene Andrusco, Roe often serves as the rock and roll conscience of the Christian music underground. As active as he has ever been, with all of his major artistic avenues still producing new material, Roe continues to influence new and old fans alike. Mike Roe is such a primal natural talent that I knew he would fit right in on the Edge Of The World project. As it turns out he lives five minutes from the studio so we had fun hanging out and experimenting with the songs. - RS