Jesus Freak wasn’t just a success for its time, but rather a revolutionary reshaping of how Christian music was written, produced, performed and perceived.
The Rock On Purpose staff (who have all been impacted by this album in some way) got together to share their thoughts about what Jesus Freak means and why it still matters so much, a quarter century later.
We're here to introduce you to The Burgundy Years podcast, a show for both nostalgia-seeking fans of 1990s era Christian rock and new listeners looking to learn about an era when faith-based alternative music was a main event.
1990s powerhouse grunge rock and rap group dc Talk released their 1999 live production Supernatural Experience (Live) digitally on March 6.
Texas-based hard rock band Relent recreated the famous title track "Jesus Freak" in honor of the 24th anniversary of the influential album.
Contributor Sharayah Franklin reflects back on the once-in-a-lifetime experience that is the Jesus Freak Cruise.
Amid the reunion rumors, our staff discuss what a DC Talk tour would mean both personally and to Christian rock as a whole. Join our discussion by adding your thoughts on Facebook! By now, unless you’ve been on vacation or otherwise absent from social media, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the interview on Minnesota-based 98.5 KTIS [...]
Fresh off the 2nd Jesus Freak Cruise, which reunited 1990s Christian rock trio dc Talk for the second time in three years, Kevin Max is launching a campaign to crowdfund a project he says has been on his heart for nearly a decade.
Marc Martel and Kevin Max have announced a new collaboration, covering "Under Pressure" for Martel's upcoming album Thunder and Lightning.
Intro Supernatural. This was the album that followed THE album for a rock, rap and soul trio who defined an era in Christian music. dc Talk’s fifth and last all-new studio project was released by Forefront Records twenty years ago on September 22, 1998. The ultra-popular group was coming off an album, Jesus Freak, that [...]