DJ Profile
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DJ: T. R. Post
Location: Ashland, VA

Born in Fargo, North Dakota, Todd Richard Post moved to Minneapolis in 1985 to pursue a career in the music industry. Using the pseudonym Krypton, he wrote and produced several songs that received national exposure on the Dr. Demento radio show ("Let's Blow Up the Tow Truck" and "Hangover" became #1 requests). During that time, T. R. also worked as a disc jockey in roller rinks, nightclubs and at wedding dances.

In 1991, T. R. had a powerful experience with the Lord while visiting family members in Fargo and later accepted the call to preach. T. R. was employed at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and also served as an evangelism leader at a local church before stepping out to become a full-time missionary. During that time, the Lord led T. R. to start writing "Signs & Wonders", a monthly newsletter that can read by logging onto

In 2006, T. R. resumed using his recording and DJ skills by launching Signs & Wonders Radio. The following year, T. R. produced "New Wine Party", an album combining electronic music with the preaching of John Scotland. Four sequel albums have since been recorded: "Chill & Refill", "Weird Odd Wonderful", "Not Normal", and the latest release "No Retirement." T. R. has also produced solo projects of mostly instrumentals including "Downloads From Heaven", "Trance Figured", "Remixed Drinks", and "Dunamis Demos." These albums may be purchased by logging onto -
Favorite Artists

David Ruis
Pop-sounding worship music that sounds fresh...even his older stuff. Reminds me a little bit of U2.

Joshua Mills
You will enjoy "soaking" and "drinking" to this minister's music.

Georgian Banov
Bulgarian-born worship leader whose joyful music brings healing and deliverance.

Ruth Fazal
England-born, Toronto-based keyboardist/violinist who has recorded numerous albums (both vocal and instrumental).

John Belt
A great Christian alternative to New Age music.

Favorite Albums

Georgian & Winnie Banov - Blisstronica II
People who think Christian music is boring need to hear this...a good party album for "solution drinkers."

Laura Woodley - In Love
I happened to walk into Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship the night this CD was being recorded and liked it immediately.

Messengers of Fire - JoAnn McFatter w/Steve Mitchell and Steve Swanson
Joshua Mills gave me a copy of this CD and it has been a favorite of mine ever since.

Ruth Fazal - Inside Your Heart
This is one of my favorite soaking albums.

John Belt - The Soaking Presence
Another excellent album for could call this "sanctified space music."

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