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Randy Stonehill and Pat Terry Concert
Tue., January 29, 7:00 pm-8:00 pm| $5 – $20
Randy Stonehill has been leaving audiences breathless with his gutsy, heartfelt, and often hilarious songs for nearly fifty years! He was one of the original Jesus Music artists of the early 1970s who dared to blend the California acoustic rock and roll that was his native tongue, with the simple message of the love of Jesus that captured his heart as a teenager. Along with his friend and mentor Larry Norman, and peers like Phil Keaggy, 2nd Chapter of Acts, Keith Green, and Love Song, Randy Stonehill helped to shape what would eventually become known as Christian Rock. He was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in 2010 and continues to write, record, and tour.
Pat Terry was also one of the earliest practitioners of Jesus Music, although his sound was more informed by southern rock and folk than the surf and sun of Southern California. Both with his original band, and then later as a more rock-oriented solo artist, Pat constantly forged new trails for faith-driven singer-songwriters in the 1970s and 1980s. Later in his career, he became a hit Country writer, scoring hits for artists like Kenny Chesney, John Anderson, The Oak Ridge Boys, Tanya Tucker, and Travis Tritt. One of his songs, “It’s A Little Too Late” was performed by the most recent winner of The Voice on the recent show finale. Pat continues to write and record original music, having just recently released an incredible new album called How Hard It Is To Fly.