List of Christian Zines and Magazines
Contemporary Christian Music (CCM)
Editor - Publisher: John W. Styll.
Vol. 1 No. 2 August 1978. Cover: Noel Paul Stookey: And It's 'Paul and' Once Again.
Vol. 1 No. 3 September 1978. Cover: Sharalee: Daughter of Music.
Vol. 1 No. 6 December 1978. Cover: B. J. Thomas' Road Home.
January 1979. Cover: Dallas Holm: Charting the Straight and Simple Course.
May 1979. Cover: The Bill Gaither Trio: Believing Makes a Difference.
July 1979. Cover: Chuck Girard: Takes It Easy.
August 1979. Cover: The Archers: Signs of Spring This Summer.
November 1979. Cover: Andrae Crouch: Stepping out in Faith.
December 1979. Cover: The Pat Terry Group: Heaven Bound.
January 1980. Cover: Daniel Amos: Christian Music's Angry Young Men?
February 1980. Cover: The Past, Present, and Future Imperials.
March 1980. Cover: A Non-Profit Prophet: Keith Green: an Exclusive Interview.
April 1980. Cover: The Rambos: 26 Years of Progress.
May 1980. Cover: Barry McGuire: Getting Back to Square One.
June 1980. Cover: Debby Boone: Tuned in to Both Sides of the Business.
July 1980. Cover: The Hawkins Family: Singing to the Glory of God.
August 1980. Cover: Bob Dylan: Saved.
September 1980.. Cover: Phil Keaggy: Exclusive Interview.
October 1980. Cover: Dion: 'The Wanderer' Comes Home to Christ.
November 1980. Cover: Michael and Stormie Omartian.
December 1980. Cover: Candle Lights the Way to Agapeland.
January 1981. Cover: David Meece... Can Do Just about Anything Except Hang Loose.
February 1981. Cover: Joe English: McCartney's Former Drummer Funds Refuge under His Wings.
March 1981. Cover: Larry Norman: Strange Visitor from Another Land, Fighting for Truth, Justice, and the Christian Way.
April 1981. Cover: Johnny Cash.
May 1981. Cover: DeGarmo and Key Band.
June 1981. Cover: The Mighty Cloids of Joy.
July 1981. Cover: Terry Blackwood and Sherman Andrus: the ABC's of Gospel Music,
Augest / September 1981. Cover: The Swwet Comfort Band.
October 1981. 64 pages. Cover: Randy Stonhill. Also: Fireworks. Kerry Livgren. Paul Smith. Rick Cua. Deniece Williams. Reviews: Mark Heard, Joni, Lamb, Mustard Seed Faith, Petra, B. J. Thomas, Kelly Willard.
November 1981. 64 pages. Cover: Dallas Holm / Tim Sheppard / Phil Johnson. Also: Stephanie Boosahda. Mark Heard. Archers. Who Does Christian Rock Glorify?
December 1981. 64 pages. Cover: Joni Eareckson. Also: Kelly Willard. A Look at Lamb. Benny Hester's Secular Hit. Christian Gift Ideas. The Year in Review - a Pictorial Essay.
January 1982. 64 pages. Middle pages: Light / Lexicon Records focus (pages: L-1 - 32. Cover: Jessy Dixon. Also: Sandi Patti. Andrae Crouch. Bruce Cockburn. Steve Camp. Petra.
February 1982. 56 pages. Cover: Don Francisco and son Uri. Also: Pamela Deuel Hart. Grammy and Dove Nominees. Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Richie Furay. Larry Black (radio). Resurrection. The Wittys. Dharma Artist Agency, Inc., Nashville focus (pages D-1 - 24).
March 1982. 64 pages. Cover: B. J. Thomas (interview). Also: Gary McSpadden. Donn Thomas. Servant: Live in Chicago. Christian Radio: What's Next? Reviews: Reba Live. Edwin Hawkins. Rick Cua. U-2. Kemper Crabb. Shots in the Dark.. Carman.
April 1982. Cover: Amy Grant. Also: 10 Years Together and Still Glad. Chariots of Fire. Edwin Hawkins. 1982 Jesus Festivals. Fletch Wiley. Barnabas. Maria Muldaur.
May 1982. 48 pages. Cover: Silverwing. Also: The Other Side of Cliff Richard. Farrell & Farrell: Keeping the Family Together. Daniel Amos & Andy Pratt Together. The Continentals & Living Sound Inside Poland.
June 1982. 48 pages. Cover: Leon Patillo: His Life, His Wife & His Lord. Also: Brown Bannister: Behind the Mike. Pat Terry: On Musical Integrity. Karen Lafferty. John Fischer.
July 1982. 64 pages. Cover: Dion: Nothing But the Best. Mylon: Brand New Start. Charlene: Surprise Hit. Fireworks: Exploding. Michele Pillar: Muscle Shoals Music. Rock 'N' Rollers: CCM on Wheels.
August 1982. 48 pages. Cover: More than Music: Imperials. Also: U2 Speaks Out. Live in Concert: the Archers, Steve Camp, & Isaac Air Freight. New! Bon Larson/s Perspectives. Bob Bennett and son Paul.
September 1982. 64 pages. Cover: Keith GreenL a Tribute. Denny Correll. DeGarmo & Key. Scripture Cookies: a Piece of the Puzzle by Mike Warnke. Road Rap. Praise in the Rockies. The Battle is Over for Charles McPheeters.
October 1982. 48 pages. Cover: Phil Keaggy: Guitar and a lot more. also: Sheila: New Wave from Britain/ Kerry Livgren & Kansa. Plus: John Fischer, Pam Mark Hall, Jerusalem, Rez Band, and Harvest Rock Fest Highlights.
November 1982. 80 pages. Cover: Barbara Mandrell: Making People Smile. Also: Evie & Pelle Karlsson: a Second Calling. Michael Card: Songwriting Ace. Exclusive: Rock A Look at Gospel Music. Special Section Petra - 10 Years of Jesus Rock.
December 1982. 80 pages. Cover: John Michael Talbot: Troubador of a Gentle Revolution. Also: Mike and Rose Warnke. Bob Larson's Persprctives, What's New in Albums, Concert Itineraries, John Fischer's Sound Advice. Reviews: T-Bone Burnett (Trap Door), Cliff Richard (Now You See Me, Now You Don't), John Fischer (Dark Horse), Steven Soles (Walk by Love), Paul Clark (Drawn to the Light), Rez Band (DMZ). Cruse Family. Concert: October 15 at Bethel College with Randy Stonehill and the Mark Heard Band.
January 1983. (Cover says January 1982). 64 pages (Special bonus inside: 1983 Recording Studio Directory, R1 - R48). Cover: Sandi Patti. Also: Joe English (2 pages), Michael & Stormie Omartian (3 pages). Reviews: Cruse Family (same), Don Francisco (The Live Concert), Patrick Henderson (This Is Love), Sweet Comfort Band (Cutting Edge), Steve Taylor (I Want to Be a Clone), Rick Foster (Inspirational Guitar at Its Best), Christopher Parkening. Grady Nutt Killed in Plane Crash. Andrae Crouch Cocaine Charge Dropped. The Best of '82.
February 1983. 64 pages. Cover: Servant: the Ever-Green Gospel Rock Machine (5 pages). Also: Benny Hester (3 pages). Twila Paris in Guatemala (2 pages and a picture). Bob Larson takes a look at Ozzy Osbourne. Reader's survey. T-Bone Burnett (2 pages). 1983 Festival Calendar. Record reviews: Randy Stonehill (Equator), Daniel Band (On Rock), Gary Dunham (The Pearl), John Blake (Yes, I Believe), David Edwards (Get the Picture), Ulf Christiansson (In My Dreams).
March 1983. 64 pages. Cover: An exclusuve interview: Andrae Crouch: What Really Happened? (7 pages). Also: Warnkerobics (Mike Warnke). Frany Schaeffer (2 pages). Daniel Amos (5 pages). Loyd Boldman (1 page). Bob Larson: When Is a Cult a Cult? Record reviews: Johhey Rivers (Not a Through Street), Andrus, Blackwood & Co. (Step out of the Night), White Geart (White Heart), Bob and Jayne Farrell (Let the Whole World Know), Kenny Marks (Follow Him), Jerry Williams and Ed Kerr (Harvest), Will McFarlane (Right from the Street).
April 1983. 64 pages. Cover: The CCM Interview: Lisa Whelchel & the TV Life (4 pages). Also: Johnny Rivers (3 pages). Seeds of Change: a Two-part Excerpt from Kerry Livgrin's Upcoming Biography (4 pages). Scott Ross Returns. The Tales of Gandhi. Karen Carpenter. Record reviews: Chris Christian (Love While We Can), Craig Smith (Hymns), Gary Chapman (Happenin'), John Michael Talbot (Songs for Wisship), Water to Wine (various), Psalms Alive! (various), Steve Reich (Tehillim). Charlene (The Sky's the Limit), Christine (For Those Who Hurt), Paradise (World's Midnight).
May 1983. 48 pages. Cover: The CCM Interview: Chris Christian, His Turning Point (4 pages). Also: Patti Roberts: Healing of the Heart (2 pages). Amy Grant: Seattle, Washington, March 17. Cynthia Clawson, Orlando, Florida February 9. Record reviews: U2 (War), After the Fire (ATF), 77s (Ping Pong over the Abyss), Dion (I Put Away My Idols), Sheila Walsh (War of Love), Michael Card (Legacy), Cynthia Clawson (Forever).
June 1983. 46 pages. Cover: Cynthia Clawson: the CCM Interview: Ministry, Motherhood & the Movies (5 pages). Also: Philip Bailey (3 pages). Seeds of Change: the Spiritual Quest of Kerry Livgren, Writer, Guirarist, and Keyboard Player with Kansas (3 pages). Film review: Say Amen, Somebody. Record reviews: Leslie Phillips (Beyond Saturday Night), Pat Terry (Film at Eleven), Sandi Patti (LIve... More Than Wonderful), Leon Patillo (Live Experience), Michael W. Smith (The Michael W. Smith Project), Amy Grant (Ageless Medley), Keith Green (I Only Want to See You There). CCM Concert review: Farrell & Farrell, Buena Park, California, March 25. Bob Bennett and Michele, Houston, Texas, March 26. Swwet Comfort Band, Portland, Oregon, April 8.
More to come!
Cornerstone '87 12 pages.
Cornerstone '89 12 pages
Cornucopia. Port Charlotte, FL.
Counter Culture. Seattle, WA.
Created Press. St. Pete, FL.
Crosswalk Magazine. Conway, AR.
At first, the zine was called 'Rock Gospel Review.' The first issue was in Feb. '84. I took as many copies that I had and drove to Brevard Community College, Cocoa campus to see Daniel Amos and the Lifesavers. All of my papers were gone in a hurry and I had a great time at the concert, so much that I decided to do a second Rock Gospel Review. Here are all the issues. RGR lasted through numbers 1 - 9.
Rock Gospel Review
#1. Feb. '84.
Two pages. Reviews of Daniel Amos (Doppelganger). Rick Cua (No Mystery). Daniel Band (Straight Ahead). News and Views: Kerry Livgren, Randall Waller, Progigal, collecting music, John Fahey, David and the Giants, Ishmael, list of mail order records: Long's Christian Music, Wreal Records, Kosher Records and John B. Brzykcy.
#2 March '84
Three pages. Concert Calender: March, 23: Servant, Barry Crompton, Melbourne, FL. / April: 12-14: April 12: Jeremiah People, Lationos, Rick Eldridge, Lenny LeBlanc, Michelle, Kim Boyce. April 13: Robyn Pope, Revelation, David and the Giants, Steve Camp, Joe English, Fred Langston, Glad, Jessy Dixon, Scott Wesley Brown, Steve Taylor. April 14: Issac Air Freight, Resurrection, Pete Carlson, Prodigal, Mylon LeFevre and Broken Heart, Sheila Walsh. Central Fair Fairgrounds.
Record Reviews: Jim and Joan Byers (Will Praise You with Music, U2 (Under a Blood Red Sky), Prodigal (Electric Eye). News and Views (Mine): A review of the book 'The Road Goes on Forever' by Philip Norman. / A review of the Granny Awards in the Christian category. / Three books that you should read: Paul Baker's 'Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music.' This book traces the history and development of the rise of a popular, contemporary Christian music from the '60's to the end of the 70's.
#3 April '84
Three pages. The Concert Calendar. / Statement of Newsletter Goals: 'With the June or July issue the format will change somewhat - still computer generated, but we shall move from an Apple II to an Apple Mcaintosh, which will allow for the incorporation of graphic the text.
Before the end of the year, the plan is to convert the publication from a 3 page newsletter to an 8 page magazine, printed locally, and suppoted by advertisements and donations / direct sales.'
Records Reviews: Bryn Haworth (Pass It On), Hank Laake Band (Life and Death), Steve Taylor (Meltdown), Don Francisco (Holiness), Resurrection Band (Bootleg), Michael Smith (2), Northbound (Northbound).
#4 May '84
Three pages. Concert Calendar: John Blake, Barnabas (cancelled), Malcolm and Alwyn, Steve Taylor and Some Band, Sheila Walsh (tentative), Rez Band.
Record Reviews: Prodigal (at the Point After, April 8, '84). / Literary Interlude: a piece that rambled by DK. / News News News News News / Jesus '84 Orlando: a review of the festival. / 'Anti-Christian Rock Pamphlet': This was a 32 page book entitled "Christian Rock: a Strategem of Mephistopheles" in which David Noebel discusses a number of reasons why believers should not listen to rock and roll. (If you can find one, it will be worthy just to have it).
#5 June '84
This was the first issue that we used on the Mac.
Four pages, with some pictures.
Concert Calendar: Mike Warnke, Steve Taylor and Some Band, with Quickflight.
Record Reviews: Randy Stonehill (Celebrate This Heartbeat), Various Artists (Value of Life. Artists: Nancyjo Mann, Gwynne Burke, Dave Fullen, Chuck Brown, Rose Warnke), Dan Peek.
News You Did't Know You Needed.
In this crazy world there is a group of people devoted to everything. Christian music is no exception. So many styles. The Gospel Music Association , the Fellowship of Contemporary Christian Ministries, the Alternative Christian Music Enthusiasts, EPAR (Ex-punks Against Rock), KISS (Kids in Service to the Son), EGAD (Electric Guitars Are of the Devil) - I wrote for info on this one. 52 members, mostly premillenialists, non-charismatic and anti-Proctor & Gamble. My wife likes these guys).
Daisey Chains of Freedom. Camarillo, CA.
Scottie Joel Cooper
Volume II, Issue 3. 3 pages. No much music; more of God some poetry.
Volume III, No.1. Spring 1989. 1 page. A small sermon by Saint Symeon the New Theologian.
Eight pages. Poetry
Darkness to Light
Dead Not Dead
Death to the World
Limited Edition. Cover: Seventh Angel. Also: Rex Carroll of Whiteross.
Issue #2 April, 1990. Cover: Roger Martinez of Vengeance. Also: One Bad Pig. King's X. And Damascus, Holy Soldier, Seveal Angel.
Issue Number Three. 32 pages. Cover: Holy Soldier. Also: King's X/ Seventh Angel. Split Level. Zion. Jeff Sheetz. Martyr. John Markin.
Point Charlotte, FL
No. 1? 8 pages. Cover: Deliverrance. Several album reviews.
III. 20 pages. Godsent Humans. Album reviews.
Issue #1. 1992. 27 pages. Cover: Overdrive. Also: Deathless. Mortal Enemy. Sanctified Noise. 'The Awakening' - a true story. Hold True (8 song demo). Knightriot (Beware the Knight). Battalion (demo). The Persecuted. Godhead.
Doofus. Same as Chesseshop News.
Dying Process. Palm Harbor, FL.
Early Moon. Alma Center, WI.
Endure/ Elyria, OH.
Eyeball Magazine. Oklahoma City, OK.
Free: Reality in Music
San Jose, CA
June 1990, Vol., No, 1.
The cover: The Incredibly Serious Interview with Mike Roe of the 77's by Alex Joseph and Jerry Wilson.
Figtree. Ft. Collins, CO.
Filthy Rag. Lakeland, FL.
Now Including Love Song Magazine.
Firewing staff: Publisher and advertising director: Chuck Clements. Associate publisher: Dob Gaxiola. Senior editoe: Marilyn Clements. Art director: Mike Gollen. Graphics assistant: Gord 'Flash' Wilson. News service co-ordintor: Marilyn Clements. Contributors, writers and helpers: Paul Wilkinson, Chris Marshall, Laureen Moe, Henry Heerschap, Red Squirrel Flying, Gord 'Flash' Wilson, Don Robinson, Lando Klassen, Chuck Steak, Ron Holmes.
Deuteronomy Issue. 24 pages.
Cover: New Wine & Roses - Their Meaasge Is 'Jesus Lives." Point of View: On Christian Coffee Houses... and Music Ministries by Perry Rose. The Larry Norman Band Up in Canada by Flash ( 1 page and 12 pictures). The Interview: Ringing up Steve, an interview with the Man by Gord Wilson (Steve Hurlburt). Album review: Solid Rock Releases 'Appalachian Melody" by Chuck Clements. Taproot Theatre Company Presents the Professional World Premiere of 'Pilgrim'... a new adaptation of John Bunyan's monumental allegory. The Pilgrim's Progress. Album review: Chuck Girard (Take It Easy). Poem: Palm Sunday Tilt and History Through the Looking Glass by Jim Mearns. Album reviews: David Meece (Everybody Needs a Little Help). DeGarmo and Key (Straight On)(two reviews). Daniel Amos (Horrendous Disc) (0md whole page).ATF: An Interview with 'After the Fire). Albuk review: Leon Patillo (Dance Children Dance). Solid Rock: a Cartoon Parable by Mike Gollen. More album reviews: Seawing (Light the Light). Jerusalem. Rev Counta and the Speedoze. Eli Band from Calgary, Alberta. Dan Peek (All Things Are Possible). Here 'n' There: Four pages of small bits about numerous people and bands. Firewind Class-o-Grams. Rock 'n' Rhythm Bits 'n' Piesce by Chuck Steak. So You Want to Be a Jesus Star? - Inside the Randy Matthews / Servant West Coast Tour.
Firstfruit. Mtrtle, SC
Followers of the All
James Rubino and L. Wisnuewski, Publishers.
Vol. 1, No. 5. 24 pages.
Fuelmagazine. May have been part of Tooth & Nail
Garlic Press. Saskatoon, Canada. Darrel Mikulcik.
Handmaiden. Murrieta, CA
Harvest Rock Syndicate.
Chicago, IL. Later: Nashville.
Vol. One, Issue One. Winter '85.
Cover: Stryper: I Know It's Only Rock ' Roll / Altar Boys.
More to come
The Hipp. Grand Rapids, MI.
Holy Metal. From Sweden?
Holy Right. Publication from band of same name.
Hope for Hollywood. The Holy Ghost Repair Service, Inc.
Inside Music (IM). Lake Mary. FL.
Lamb’s Blood. Round Rock, TX
Last Days Newsletter. Lindale, TX. Keith Green.
Last Generation. Kansas City, KS.
Last Times. Calvary Chapel, Costa Mesa.
Leviticus. Sweden. By the band.
Life is Hip. Kilgore, TX.Some guy names Cory.
Light Attack. Germany, in German.
Lightshine Magazine. Paradise, PA
Little Black Book. Canton, OH
The Look. Chesapeake, OH
Love / Love Not.
Luxury Killing Inc.
No. 26. September /October 1985. Cover: Larry Norman & Avion on concert.
No. 28. March / April 1986. Cover: David Meece
No. 29. May / June 1986. Cover: David Meece.
No. 30. July / August 1986. Cover: Shelia Walsh.
No. 31. September / October 1986. Cover: Sheila Walsh interview.
No. 32. November / December 1986. Cover: Petra interview.
No. 33. March / April 1987. Cover: Rabdy Stonehill and White Heart.
No. 34. May / June 1987. Cover: Leon Patillo concert.
No. 35. July / August 1987. Cover: Michael W. Smith concert details.
No. 36. September / October 1987. Cover: David Meece and Kim Boyce in concert.
No. 37. November / December 1987. Cover: White Heart and Martyn Joseph in concert.
No. 38. March / April 1988. Cover: Petra.
No. 39. May / June 1988. Cover: The News Boys.
No. 40. July / August 1988. Cover: Steve Taylor in concert.
No. 41. September / October 1988. Cover; David Meece interview.
No. 42. November / December / February 1988 / 1989. Cover: Phil Keaggy.
No. 43. March / April 1989. Cover Amy Grant.
No. 44. May / June 1989. Cover: Geoff Moore. Also: Rez interview.
No. 45. July / August 1989. Cover: Petra on fire / Rez interview.
No. 46. September / October 1989. Cover: Steve Grace national tour.
No. 47. Nov. / Dec. Feb. 1990. Cover: David Meece and Band touring.
No. 48. March / April 1990. Cover: Rez touring Oz. Also: Steve Grace.
No. 49. May / June 1990. Cover: White Heart & Rez touring Oz. Also: Rosanna's Raiders.
No. 50. July / August 1990. 50th Newsletter. Glenn Kaiser. Peter Shurley.
No. 51. Sep. / Oct. 1990. Cover: Kenny Marks concert. Also: Rockin' Rabbis.
No. 52. Nov. / Feb. 1990 / 1991. Cover: Steve Grace and Steve Geyer concert.
No. 53. March / April 1991. Cover: Mike Warnke in concert. Also: Scary Cats.
No. 54. May / June 1991. Cover: DeGarmo & Key tour. Also: Guns of Fire.
No. 55. July / August 1991. Cover: Don Francisco tour. Also: Doug MacFarlane.
No. 56. Sept. /Oct. 1991. Cover: White Heart. Also: Steve Camp interview.
No. 57. Nov. / Dec. 1991. Cover: In the Silence. Also: Kathy Johnston.
No. 58. March / April. 1992. Cover: Amy Grant. Also: Tommy Emmanuel interview.
No. 59. May / June. 1992. Cover: Family's 20th year. Also: U2 article.
No. 61. Sept. / Oct. 1992. Cover: Peter Shurley & Band. Also: Chris Falson.
No. 62. Nov. / Dec. 1992. Last 'Manna Music' newsletter. Steve Grace interview.
Shauna Sky: editor and publisher.
Jeff Cooke: chief staff writer, illustrator.
Issue #2, December 1992. 18 pages. Preston: Something Different. Raw Dog (Let God Be God). Richard Harrison (Bent on Rebellion). Twila Paris (A Heart That Knows You). White Cross (High Gear).
Issue #4, February 1993. 18 pages. Shauna Sky. Printer: Mark Boggs. Poetry: Shauna, Sharon Elton, Jeff Cooke, Dave Larson. Art contributors: Jeff Swenson (cover), Jeff Cooke (page 11; caption added by Shauna), Denise Schwartz (pages 9 - 10). Music reviewers: Shauna, Shaggy, P.J.S. Rae Dog interview. 'Spiritual Warfare in the True Sense' by Shauna. Smack Dabb: demo. Brother Grimm: demo. Bob (Logride). J. R. Williamson (Do I Dare to Eat a Peach?). Nonpoint Factor (Into Demetia). Sacrament (haunts of Violence).
No. 6. Cover: Carl Perkins.
No. 7. Cover: Pat, Shirley, Lindy, Cherry, Debbie and Laurie Boone.
No. 8. Cover: Evie.
No. 9. Cover: Alwyn Wall Band.
Harvard Squard, Cambridge, MA.
Volume 1, Number 4 Holiday 1985. Cover: Randy Stonehill... Within Reason. Also: Maria Muldaur: It's as Simple As That. Plus: Lone Justice in Concert. Dire Straits. 'Tis the Season..."
Volume 1, Number 5 January / February 1986 Winter Issue. Cover: M. W. Smith & KT Breaking out of Boxes. Also: Stryper: Making Metal Work. Gaithers Face the Issue. Bob Dylan,s Biograph.
Volume 1, Number 6 Spring 1986 Cover: John Michael Talbot: Hot Water for the Freeze-Dried Church.
Volume 2, Number 1. Festival Issue. Cover: Steve Taylor's Talkin 'Bout a New Generation.
Volume 2, Number 2 Summer 1986. Cover: Russ Taff: Risking the 40-Foot Jump. Also: Newsound Interview with Don Francisco. Bryan Duncan: California Cooler. Peter Gabriel's S O. Amnesty International and Newsound '86.
Volume 2, Number 3 Fall 1986. 28 pages. Cover: Gary Chapman: waiting in the Wings. Also: Bob Bennett's Fallen Images. Two Views of Cockburn. Sting: Bring on the Night.
Volume 2, Number 5 Winter 1987. 28 pages.
Volume 2, Number 6 Spring 1987. 24 pages. Cover: Stryper Interview.
Volume 3, Number 1 Festival 1987. 32 pages. Cover: Michael W. Smith: Enjoying the Journey.
News of the Fleshgrinder.
Nice Place to Crash. Hingham. MA.
Nightwing: in Images of Icy Winds. (The Death of Onrop Means the Birth of Nightwind). From: Visual Crobar Productions. 65 pages: comic. Also: Nightwind - Where Graves Cease. Story and art by Sean Sellers. 1994. Comic.
Brent Hershey, George Metzler, and Kevin Watterson.
Issue 1, December 1985. One page, two sides. Record reviews: The Rap-Sures (Gospel Rap). Simon Adahl (I'm in Touch). Stryper (Soldiers Under Command). Concert: Stryper at McCaskey Sr. High School, November 16, 1985.
Issue 2, January 1986. One page, two sides. Record reviews: Leviticus (I Shall Conquer). Vector (PLease Stand By). Prodigal (Just Like Real Life). Rez (Between 'n Hell).
Issue 5, May 1986. Four pages. Undercover and Radical Boy, Overbrook High School, March 28, 1986. Reviews: Petra (Captured in Time & Space). Terry Scott Taylor (Knowledge & Innocence). Blue Collar Records: Adam Again / In a New World of Time. 441 / Mourning into Dancing. Undercover / Branded. Modern Mission: same, review. Bloodgood: same, review.
Issue 7, September 1986. Four pages. Oden Fong (Invisible Man). D.O.X (D.O.X). Livesavers (A Kiss of Life). Youth Choir: Cornerstone Festival, Thurs, July 3. Tonio K. (Romeo Unchained).
Issue 10, January 1987. Six pages. DeGarmo & Key (Street Light). Rick Cua interview. Idle Cure (Idle Cure). Messiah Prophet (Master of the Metal). Stryper (To Hell with the Devil). Charlie Peacock (Charlie Peacock).
Issue 11, March 1987. Six pages. Saint (Time's End). The Choir (Diamonds and Rain). Jon Gibson (On the Run). Lone Justice (Shelter). Carson Cole & RU4 (Mainstreet).
Vol. II, No. 3. Nov. / Dec 1988. 20 pages. Cover: Jerusalem: Declares War on Satan (2 pages and 3 pictures).Joseph Lamm. Whitecross: October 2, 1988, the Roxy, Hollywood, Ca. Phil Keaggy by Brent Hershey. Easts Meets West: Dawn of the Metal Age - East Coast: Rage of Angels, Aresnal, the Lead, Taker, Believer, Second Chance; West Coast: Emer
Vol. V, No. 5. March / April 1992. 32 pages. Cover: Holy Soldier. Also: Rick Elias. Betrayal. Lisa Bevill. Bored Awards. Reviews: Lost Dogs. Mortal. Jacob's Trouble. Randy Stonehill.
Vol. V, No. 6. May / June 1992. 40 pages. Cover: Jacob's Trouble. Also: Vince Ebo. Magdallan. The Violet Burning. SFC. King's X. Kerry Livgren.
Vol. VI, No. 1. July / August 1992 36 pages. Cover: One Bad Pig. Also: Adam Again. Brian Healy. Seraiah. Patsy Moore. Newsboys. Rev. Dan Smith. Scott Blackwell. Crystavox. Nicole.
Vol. VI, No. 2. September / October 1992. 40 pages. Cover: Newsboys. Also: Mike E. Deliverance. Novella. Code of Ethics. Circle of Dust. L. S. Underground.
Vol. VI, No. 3. November / December 1992. 40 pages. Cover: Bride. Also: Seventy Sevens. Susan Ashton. Mark Heard. Native Son.
Vol. VI, No. 4. January / February 1993. 36 pages. Cover: Tourniquet. Also: Veil. Out of the Grey. Liaison. Vigilantes of Love. Zero. Ragman.
Vol. VI, No. 5. March / April 1993. 40 pages. Cover: Guardian. Also: Daniel Amos. The Throes. Mortal's New Album. Die Happy. Phil Keaggy. Steve Scott.
Vol. VI, No, 6. May / June 1993. 36 pages. Cover: Lost Dogs. Also: Women in Rock. Wendi Kaiser. Riki Michele. Robin Spurs. Ordained Fate. Caryn Colbert.
Vol. VII, No. 2. Fall 1993. 32 pages. Cover: White Heart. Also: Over the Rhine. Raspberry Jam. Code of Ethics. Hoi Polloi. Dig Hay Zoose.
Mark Hodges: editor / writer. Anne Snelgrove: writer / layout. Suz Johnson: distribution. Others over the years: Judd Harper, Gail, Timothy Ball, Lar 'Dean' Miles, Aaron Brown, 'The Spyder,' Cassandra, Jeff Cooke, Larry Blake (art), Everett Kruger (art)
Vol. I, No. 1. February, 1988. 10 pages.
Vol. I, No. 2. April, 1988. 12 pages.
Vol. I, No. 3. June, 1988. 12 pages.
Vol. I, No. 4. August, 1988. 12 pages.
Vol. I, No. 5. October, 1988. 12 pages.
Vol. I, No. 6. December, 1988. 12 pages.
Vol. II, No. 1. February, 1989. 12 pages.
Vol. II, No. 2. April, 1989. 12 pages.
Vol. II, No. 3. June, 1989. 12 pages.
Vol. II, No. 4. August, 1989. 12 pages.
Vol. II, No. 5. October, 1989. 12 pages.
Vol. II, No. 6. December, 1989. 12 pages.
Parable. Peachtree, GA?
Phreek. Fairmont, MN.
Paranoia. Providence, RI.
Peg We Hang Our Hopes On. Gary Farris. Walker, MI.
Phlox. Omaha, NE.
Pink Haired Jenny. East Peoria, IL.
Pit. Charlotte, NC.
Profile. Nashville, TN. Glossy magazine.
No. 17. March / April '82. Cover: Larry Norman. Also: Barnabas.
Cover: Soldiers of Christ
Pure Rock Report. Columbus, OH.
Rad Rockers Emporium
Early title was 'The Itinerant Iconoclast's Rad Rockers Emporium.'
This was Mike's way to sell all of the good stuff!
No. 2. 1986. 12 pages.
No. 3. 1987. 12 pages.
No. 4. 1988. 12 pages.
No. 5. 1989. 16 pages. Cover is by Chris Yambar.
No. 6. 1990. 16 pages.
No. 7. 1990. 16 pages.
This mini-catalog offers independent, underground, etc. No number. 12 pages.
No. 8. 1991. 20 pages.
No. 9. 1991. 20 pages.
No. 10. 1991. 32 pages.
No. 11. 1992. 32 pages.
No. 12. No year. 36 pages.
No. 13. 1992. 40 pages.
No. 14. 1992. 32 pages.
No. 15. 1993. 40 pages.
Cool independent and import tunes for sale at fixed prices!!! Came with No. 15.
No. 16. No year. 40 pages.
No. 17. 1993. 40 pages.
No. 18. 20 pages.
No. 19. 48 pages (bid only). Also: 20 pages (by it now).
No. 20. 50 pages.
Now known as RadRochers
No. 21. 66 pages. The first catalog with album covers.
Now known as RadRockers
No. 22. 104 pages.
No. 23. 104 pages.
No. 25. 88 pages.
No. 26. 112 pages.
Aution supplement to #26. Bidding deadline March 24, 1997.
No. 27. 112 pages.
No. 28. 112 pages.
No. 29. 80 pages.
Punks for Jesus, Everett, WA.
Prepare Unsaved Nihilistic Kidss for Jesus.
No. ? 8 pages. Cover: What don't you believe anymore? P.U.N.K.s for JESUS is dedicated to bringing the church to those who would not actively seek "church". That means taking the Good News of Jesus Christ where it belongs... out in the real world among they're at. We bring unconditional love to meet people where they're at. Jesus Christ is for everyone. Open your heart and read this magazine, talk to God and decide for yourself id there's anything missing in your life. Our prayers are with you. Best Fishes, Bill & Chris.
No. 8?. 10 pages. Satan and his followers reward. No one gets away with anything. God rules! Elvis Time - OK. It's time to jump on the Elvis Presley band wagon. Elvis is DEAD, D.O.A., in a box, in the ground, at Graceland, in Tennessee. If you don't believe that, get a court order and have his rotting body exhumed and see for yourself. Elvis Presley is king of nothing. Jesus Christ is the King of Kings. Jesus is Gos, He died for you and He rose from the Dead. If you don't believe that, talk to Him yourself. He's waiting.
Volume 1, Issues 1 - 4. Issue 1: Oct. 1988. Issue Feb. 1989
Volume 2, Issues 5 - 8. Cover #6: Deliverance. Cover #7: Tourniquet. Cover #8: Guardian.
Volume 3, Issues 9 - 10. Cover #9: Dale Thompson. Cover #10: Crucified.
Volume 4, Issue 11. Cover #11: Die Happy
Free Take One: Sample issue. Cover: Guy Ritter.
Radicals for Christ. Azuza, CA. Later moved to VA.
Radio Free Thulcandra. Not music.
Ragtime. Minneapolis, MN.
Rain. East Canton, OH.
Rainbow Garage. Florida.
Ransom. United Kingdom.
Raw Tuna. Formerly Kimbra Magazine. Aberdeen, SD.
Real Press. Byron Center, MI. Larry Miles.
Rebel Graphics. OH.
Release. Hermitage, TN.
Release Ink. Nashville.
Resist. Minneapolis, MN.
Rizzen Roxx. Judd Harper, editor etc. Vienna, VA.
Council Bluffs, IA
Vol. 2, No. 3. Early Summer Issue, 1993. 32 pages. Cover: The Brave / Axiom. Also: Ned Eliason. The Hurting: reader's short story. Back stage with Jerry Williams of Harvest. Talking with XL. The Turn: concert.
James Williams: editor.
Jeff Dereszynski: contributer.
Issue 1. 1992 / 1993. The Risen. An interview with Dr. Dave Breese on the topic of the Last Days. Mortification. Veni Domine. Crashdog. Sacrament. Deliverance. Living Sacrifice. Rev Seven. Rockin' on the Rock: Part 1, the Christian Rock Scene and Biblical Principal Part 1. Vengeance.
Issue 1, Volume 1. 22 pages. September 1992 (from the stamp). Cover: I.D.T. is now Mortal is Now Lusis is now. Also: D.O.C. (Disciples of Christ). Halo. 'Never Say Goodbye' by Guardian. Tourniquet. Crashdog. Mike-E. Fluffy. Jesus Freaks.
Volume 2, Issue 4. March / April 1993. 24 pages. Cover: Whitecross / Guardian. Also: One Bad Pig. P.I.D. (Preachers in Disguise). Painted Orange: One Orange in a Basket of Apples: Jan. 30, 1993 at The Fire Escape, Anna, IL.
Issue 6. July / August 1993. 26 pages. Cover: Tournioqet. Also: Rhythm & News. The Sacrifice. S. F. C. (Soldiers for Christ). Mortal. Wilderness: demo. Richard Harrison: demo. G.T.C. (Glory to Christ).
Issue 7. September / October 1993. 26 pages. Cover: Eric Anthony. Also: David and the Giants. Brother Brother. Deliverance. Chris Stacey and the Strangers: demo. Lost Tribe (Geared to Groove).
Issue 8. January / February 1994. 26 pages. Mortification. Troy Johnson. Newsboys. Clay (part 1). Steel: demo. Tera. Crimson Thorn. Sometime Sunday. Raw Dog III. Eden Burning. Say-So.
Scribes of Zion. Nashville, TN.
Semaphore Winnipeg, Canada.
Shoebox Buzz. Broomall, PA.
Fall 1990, Volume 1, number 1.
Cover: One Bad Pig.
Singing News. Boone, NC. Southern Gospel music.
Skazooke. Naukesha, WI.
Apple Valley, CA.
No. 1. Cover: The Lead. Also: Bride. The Adventures of Ralph the Skin.
Cover: Lust Control, Nonpoint Factor, Decision-D, Mortal Enemy, etc.
Some Thing for Nothing. Canton, OH.
No. 7. Cover: Natalie Yule-Yeoman. Valeri Barinov. Hawkesby Talkz.
No. 9. Cover: Stryper. Also: Darlene Adair, Andrew Landsford, the Churchills, the Quiet. Rez Band.
Mag of the Greenbelt Festival. England.
No. 2. 24 pages. Greenbelt 81: A Personal View bu Anna Johnston (1 page). One Day in the Life of the Arts Centre Group Festival by Pete Williams. Tim Dowley reviewa: Solzhenitsyn's Love Girl and the Innocent. Greenbelt 81 - Manistage: Decoy Men, Alexander John, Virtual Image, Crowd Control, Norman Barratt, Barry McGuire, Tense, Ben and Steve, Steve Rowles: DJ of the year, Iva Twydell, Jerusalem, Sporting Life, David Edwards, Shiela Walsh, John Pantry, Joe English Band, U2, Casual Tease, Skyrider, Mark Williamson, Paradise, Just the Job, 100% Proof, Randy Stonehill, the Stares, Cliff Richard, Garth Hewitt and Network 3, Mystery Guests, Phaze, Magnetics, the Fat Band.Ethos Behind Greenbelt: the Need for a Christian Theory of Life... by John Peck. The Greenbelt Fringe by Simon Potter. Greenbelt - From the Inside, Part One: Strait Talk with Jonathan (Greenbelt Administrator)(Interview 2pages). To the Point: Letters to the Editor. Strait Talkies: An Informal Chat with Chris and Lynne of Tense by Simon Potter; James Holloway and Pete Williams Dis a Talky with Joe English after His New Gallery Regents St. Gig by Janes Holloway. Strait Talkies & TapesTalky with Ron Sider: Interwiew wuth John Peck. Fringe Poetry by Mike Docker. News and Views: The Shape of Things. Music: Death to the Subculture - an Interview with Garth Hewitt, Steve Fairnie, Graham Kendrick, Iva Twydell, Greenbelt programm, Laurie Mellor, Dave Roberts (Kungsway Music), Bev Sage by P. C. Williams. Dance by Simon Potter. Cinema: Is It Reel? by Tim Dean. Records: Joe English (Lights in the World), Bonnie Bramlett (Step by Step), Iva Twydell (Secret Service), U2 (October)John Pantry (Hot Coals), Just the Job (Living in the Welfare State) (tape). Graham Kendrick (Cresta Run).
No. 3. 24 pages. Cover: After the Fire. Strait Vinyl: Mighty Clouds of Joy (Clouds), Skyrider (Running), Garth Hewitt (Hungry Wing Red Hot and Cokkin'), Giantkiller (Whose Side You On), Alwyn (invisible Warfare), Andrae Crouch (Don't Give Up), Resurrection Band (Mommy Don't Love Daddy Anymore). Strait (Concerts): U2 at the Lyceum Londan, Dec. 21st 1981. Moral Support, Dungannon N' Ireland. Randy Stonhill and David Edwards, Brighton Polytechnic, After the Fire, Sheffield Polytechnic. Greenbelt from the Inside: Concluding our Behind ther Scenes Look at our Everyday Story of Festival Folk: James Holloway onterviews Clive Frampton trustee of the Deo Gloria Trust and Greenbelt Executive Committee member.On the Road: Coping with Stiff Little Fingers by Williams. Theatre: London Theatre 81 by Tim Dowley (1 page). Poetry - Stewart Henderson by James Holloway (1 page). The Strait Interview - ATF by James Holloway, with Peter (Memory Banks and Andy Piercy (3 pages. To the Poinr: Letters to the Editor. Poetry - Stewart Henderson. Thinking - Is This the Beginning of the Edge? Steve Turner Talks to Himself about Creationism. Have a Heart, written by Hutt: a Comedy sketch - Act 1. A Christian World View & How It Works by John Peck. A Christian View on the Cultic Scene by Harold G. Mudaliar. Talk: James Holloway with Martyn Eden: Admin. Dean of the London Institute and Former Lecturer in Political Science at Southampton. The Greenbelt Tapes: GB 42 - Evangelisn by David Watson, GB - Christians and Missons by David Harley, and GB 22 - Christians and Politics by Steve Timms (reviewsed by John Peck). Fashion: Girls on Glossies - My Idea of Loveliness by Charlotte. What Is a Slag by Charity.
No. 4. 24 pages. Strait Vinyl: Petra (Never Say Die). ATF (Batteries Not Included). Servant (Rocking Revival). Paul Field (Restless Heart). Maria Muldaur (There Is a Love). 100%. Resurrection Band: In Which Jmaes Holloway Has a 'Phone in" with Glen Kaiser (interview). Servant: Impresario Jim Pollissari famous for the touring rock musical 'Lonnsome Stone' is bavk in England this summer with the Greenbelt mani act 'Servant'. James Holloway had the pleasure of renewing this aquaintance via a transatlantic call and a cute little bugging device that the G.P.). definitly do not sell (interview). Interview with Paul Morley of NME (New Musical Express: an UK music paper). David Puttnam: a Champion Produecer (Chariots of Fire, Midnight Express, Starduct, etc.) by Tim Dean.
More to come
Suffusion. Luling, LA.
Talmidim. Kechi, KS.
Tang. Glendora, NJ.
Thief in the Night. Husonville, MI.
Thieves and Prostitutes.
Hollywood, FL. Later, the zine moved to Cooper City, FL.
No. 2. 8 pages.
No. 3. 8 pages. Sean Sellers from Death Row. Night of Samhain. Cult of the Month. Birth of Halloween.
No. 4. 10 pages. Cover: Peace on Earth. 'Who Is the Real Jesus?' Deitiphobia. 'It's CHRIST-mas.' 'Top 10 reasons i believe Santa Claus is Satan.'
No. 5, March '92. 12 pages. Gypsy Eyes: Denise Kosicki as she appeared on the 'Electric Ladyland' album in 1968. Nina and the Lead. The real Jesus. 'A Journey into Self Discovery: a Comic (Krisna).
No. 6. 12 pages. 'Warning: This zine contains thoughts & and ideas that conflict with a Fascist dictatorship supporters are targeted for extreme persecution!!' Vengeance Rising (three whole pages!). 'If You Can Read This You Weren't Aborted.' A page of poems.
No. 8, April 1993. 12 pages. G. G. Allin sent a letter. 'Struggle Fish with Dig Hay Zoose: interview (2 pages). Two pages of Christian Punk? T&P Does Cornerstone. Interview with Wigtop. Cartoon: 'Runaway Fetus Meets the Feminists'.
No. 9. 12 pages. The Crucified. Pirate Radio. Ikthus. Crash Dog. T&P Tirades. Cult of the Month. Off the Establishment.
No. 10. 10 pages. Homophobia. The Destruction of the Arts. The Naked Truth on Nudity. The Refuge Tampa Bay. Cult of the Month Club.
One of the best zines for great art!
This Magazine. Publication of Narrowpath Records.
Lewis Run, PA.
No. 25. July / August, 1996. Let There Be Light. All You Have to Do Is Ask. Eric Champion. Ninety Pound Wuss. Fros't. Tony Moniz. Reviews: Supertone (Adventures of the OC). Havalina (The Diamond in the Fish). Soulfood (Original Soundtrack). Everybodyduck (Everybodyduck). Every Day Life (Disgruntled). Various Artists (One Point Oh). Charlie Peacock (Strangelanguage). Disciple (Lantern).
This Unborn Book.
Issue 2. July, 1992.
Issue 3. 1992.
Issue 4. 1992?
Issue 5. June, 1993.
Issue 6. 1993?
Throat Culture. Minneapolis, MN.
Thunderbutns. Edwardsville, IL.
Tidal Wave Magazine.
True Tunes News
This was called a 'Magalog' because is was a catalog and music news.
True News Vol. I Summer '89 Issue 3. In two different colors. 32 pages.
True News Vol. II Issue 5. Dec. 1990 (info from post office cancel).
True News Vol. 3 Issue 4. Cover: Michael Gerard Knott.
True News Vol. 4 Issue 5. Cover: Adam Again.
True News Vol. 4 Issue 6. Cover: The Prayer Chain.
True Tunes News. Volume 5 Issue 7.
True Tunes News. Volume 5 Issue 7.5. Cover: Prayer Chaie / Mortal / Glenn Kaiser / Dakoda Co.
True Tunes News. Volume 5 Issue 9. Cover: Steve Taylor.
True Tunes News. Volume 6 Issue 12. Cover: The Right Reverend Edward Daniel Taylor.
True Vine Press. Toledo, OH.
Two Ultras. Oklahoma. OK.
Ultimatum. Albuquerque, NM. Mag of the band Ultimatum.
Umbrella. Publisher: Michael D. Lucchi.
Underground Fire (UGF). Whittier, CA. Hip-Hot and DJ Dance culture.
Underground Railroad. Editor: Trevor Macpherson
Universal Satirical Association. Michael Lazuka.
Un-Official Beverly Hills 90210. . Matthews, NC. Jamie Heffner.
Urgency. Orange, Ca. Keith Day.
Vertigo. Official newsletter of Stund Records.
Voice. Mesa, AZ. Ted Worthless.
Alden, NY and Florida.
John B.Brzykcy: editor, advertising director, circulation manger, production coordinator. Michael Delaney: Contributing editor. Record reviews: Christopher Dale, Doug Peterson, Neal Willams. Paul A. Brzykcy: Artist.
Issue 4, 1985. 12 pages. Editor's Column Listen Up! - letters to the editor. News: U@, Rez Band, Mylon, Loyd Boldman, Philip, Terry Taylor, Gref Volz, John Fischer, Stryper, Steve Taylor. Polarities of "Contemporary Christian" Music by Doug Peterson. Record reviews: Jeff Johnson (Icons) by Christopher Dale. Daniel Band (Run from the Darkness) by Doug Peterson. Petra (Beat the System) by Neal Williams. Movie review: 2010 (MGM pictures) by a Vortexx view. re the Barriers Crumbling? "What Is Wrong with Christtian Art?" by Mike Delaney. What Your Excuse? by Doug Peterson. New Faces: Test. Classified Section.
Issue 5, June / July 1985. 16 pages.
New writer - overseas correspondent: Matthias Mittelstadt. New record reviewers: James Oas, Dave Di Sabatino, Bill Seper. Concert reviews: David Bowles, Jr. (XYLO), Brent Eresman, Geoffrey Norton. Kosher Korner: Larry Miller of Kosher Record Distributors. 12 Reasons Why YOU Should Subscribe to Vortexx. Listen Up! Letters to the Editor by Tony Stippelmans, Arty Abrams, David Gagnon. Movcie review: Mask. Records: The Trumpet Call: a Rock Opera by Valeri Barinov, Presented by the Dave Markee Band (Fortress Records). Mark Heard (Mosaics). Mylon LeFevre and Broken Heart (Sheep in Wolves Clothing). The Ron Cassels Band (Kamikaze Christian). The Kosher Korner: Ben Okafor, Zero Option, Rev. Houston, Andy Pratt, Larry Norman will be touring Sweden with the German band Pieces.
Wake Up! Craig Miller and Mark Winter. Christian cartoons and articles.
Wedge Music Magazine. Ohio. Chris Yambar was writer on this one.
What? Magazine. Florida. Vinny Greco.
Whipping Post. Matthews, NC. Jamie Heffner.
White Noise. Point Roberts, WA.
Wisdumb. Seattle, WA.
The Magazine for the 90's. Comic.
No. 1, Spring 1991. 24 pages.
Yikes. Ft. Wayne, IN.
Xinium. Nashville, TN. Kevin J. Thornton
Zine of the Times
ZOT - David Joo, Stirling, CA.
No. 9, August 1987.
7-Ball. Nashville, TN