Ted Pearce grew up in a Vidor, TX, a city known for racism in the 60s & 70s. There he began his professional career as a singer at the age of 15, and at the same age became an atheist. At age 17 he began playing six nights a week at the Foxy Lady club in Beaumont TX for the next three years before making a move to Dallas in 1981. There he fronted various bands, including Side Effex, nominated for “Best Rock Band” by the Dallas Observer and was invited to write “Roll On Ranger” for the 1988 Texas Rangers MLB
But in summer of 1989, Ted the atheist began reading the bible to prove it was wrong, and everything was about to change… You can read the rest of his bio here, on his website.
2 weeks ago Ted Pearce was interviewed on the Jeff Morton Report. We extended the show 1/2 hour, but be sure to listen to the end where Ted Pearce talks about the March of Remembrance. If you haven’t ever participated on a March, I highly encourage you to do so. What a better way than to show your support for the nation of Israel! You can listen to the full interview here.