Back in the day when two sweet Sweet brothers linked up with a hot shot guitarist who went by Oz Fox, a revolution in heavy metal was caused to occur. No longer would the genre be forced to walk in sin with Satan worshiping denizens of sleazy back alleys. Stryper led the way for God-fearing Christians to love and to rock out with wild, head-banging abandon. Now they are back, headlining this year's Rocklahoma festival, and heading out on their own national tour. You can feel the Jesus-ness and the heat of the Rock as Stryper invades the Culture Room this fall. You know you want to. Best of all this worship day falls on a Sunday, October 25.
"Honestly" after the jump into heaven.
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