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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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Widely recognized as one of the greatest guitarists in the world, Phil Keaggy remains an active recording and performing artist. He first came on the scene in the late sixties with the mainstream rock group Glass Harp, a band who developed a significant following over the span of just a few years recording for Decca Records. Keaggy embraced Christ and enthusiastically joined up with the underground Christian music community. After launching his successful solo career in 1973, he subsequently lent his significant talents to Love Song, Keith Green, 2nd Chapter of Acts and others.
The title track of his 1976 album, Love Broke Through, was co-written by Randy Stonehill and Keith Green." Keaggy's talent has been recognized worldwide by writers, musicians and critics.
The Keaggy & Stonehill duet "Who Will Save The Children" was a huge Christian radio hit and raised awareness of a difficult subject matter at a time when Christian radio often avoided any controversy.
In the late eighties he released what many considered to be his best album, "Sunday's Child", which included band mates Russ Taff, Randy Stonehill, and others. Keaggy & Stonehill toured the US in 1989 with a full band dubbed the Keaggy-Stonehill Band. Phil Keaggy is such a great talent and a dear friend. We've been playing Beatles songs together in back-stage dressing rooms for thirty years. It would have been a real dis-service all the way around not to invite him to join me on "Thats The Way It Goes" and
"We Were All So Young". - RS