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About Revocation Radio

Revocation Radio is the only station on terrestrial frequencies that broadcasts our specific mix of Christian Rock and Hip-Hop. Hip-Hop music is so prevalent and influential in today’s society and culture, that we believe it is imperative to broadcast a Christian alternative with life-breathing messages and unparalleled quality, not only in lyrics, but also in production.

Revocation Radio is a new generation in broadcasting. Formed from a vision shared by each of our board members and staff, Revocation Radio aims to “Take Back the Airwaves.” With its 4 FM frequencies, Smartphone Apps and Interactive website, Revocation Radio wants to reach out and help the community. Revocation Radio wants to show that lyrics are not just words, they turn into actions.

About TBTA Ministries

TBTA Ministries was founded in 2007, incorporated on October 10, 2007 and awarded non-profit status June 14, 2010. In 2010, TBTA Ministries purchased 2 FM frequencies, 88.1 FM WKRE and 88.5 FM WKUA. Revocation Radio started broadcasting on January 24, 2011 on 88.1 FM WKRE in St. Clair County and quickly gained listeners despite it’s very small range. In 2012, construction of a tower, management building and antenna were complete and 88.5 WKUA went on-air in January of 2012 and built an audience rapidly, becoming Revocation Radio’s most popular frequency. The wheels of growth were still turning and in August of 2013, Revocation Radio went on the air in East Central Alabama with 89.7 FM WJHO. Revocation Radio went on air with their Birmingham Frequency in August of 2018 hitting many milestones of growth in just a short period of time. 

the revocation radio network

97.7 FM WRYD


88.1 FM WKRE

st. clair county/trussville

88.5 FM WKUA


89.7 FM WJHO

east central alabama

1.5 Million People

Streaming Sessions



So, why THIS music?

Jimi Hendrix once said, “I can explain everything better through music; you hypnotize people to where they go right back to their natural state and when you get people at their weakest point, you can preach into the subconscious what we want to say.” Today’s secular music is speaking too much into the subconscious about blatant drug use, promiscuous sexual activity, alcoholism, and love of money. What makes it worse, is that this music is marketed toward this generation. Secular music tells us that it’s okay to live this way and do what you want, because “everybody else is doing it.” Revocation Radio plays music that is the same or better quality as what you would hear in secular music, but with a message of love, hope, and peace. The message of the King of Kings, Jesus Christ. As Christians, we should live by a code of excellence, as we honor the Father in all facets of life.

Music is something that is universal and speaks to every single person on this planet. You can hear people singing the same popular song from New York, to India, to Tokyo. The problem is, these songs are sending negative messages and it’s the 12-18 year- old age group that is most in tune with today’s music! This trend has been happening for decades and now we have more 35-60 year-olds that are living for the “god of worldly things” due to what secular music spoke into their soul rather than living for the Creator of All Things who, simply, wants to save them. For example, satan has planted these lies into top songs and even advertising throughout history, reassuring everybody that there is nothing wrong with giving in to peer pressure or what makes you “feel good.”