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One evening in 2008, I joined a few hundred people at Judson University's chapel to watch—and hear—a bit of history. Phil Keaggy, backed by a full band, was playing every note of his magnum opus, 1978's all-instrumental album The ...

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Bob Bobo

May 06, 2013  11:40am

Well said. Phil K was a huge influence on me as young christian who was a musician. In 1977, his music was better written, and played more than most of the secular stuff at the time and the lyrics moved my heart. I saw him when I was 23 and when I was 49. He keeps on getting better and better. And he is a role model for those who want to look at "humble" and "contrite". Phil never has to make waves. When he plays or speaks, it just happens. May the next thirty years of CCM go back to its humble beginnings.

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