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'Father of Christian Rock' Dies

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'Father of Christian Rock' Dies

'Father of Christian Rock' Dies

'Father of Christian Rock' Dies

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Larry Norman died at the age of 60. courtesy of Arena Rock Recordings hide caption

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Guitarist, singer and songwriter Larry Norman died earlier this week. Norman is sometimes called the father of Christian rock, but his long-haired look and hard-rock approach made him something of an outsider to mainstream religion. We hear from his brother, Charles, about Larry Norman's legacy.

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