Farrell and Farrell were a husband and wife Contemporary Christian music act which had its beginnings in the early 1970s Jesus music era and went to become one of the first Christian new wave acts in the 1980s on such albums as 1984's Choices and 1985's Jump to Conclusions.
The core members of the act were high school sweethearts Bob Farrell and wife Jayne Farrell, who had sung in a local rock band with Bob prior to her conversion to Christianity at a crusade.
The band consisted of Bob playing acoustic guitar and three vocalists but gradually evolved into a full band with drums, keyboards/keybass and guitar. Along with the fuller instrumentation came a name change to Millennium and a recording in 1973 aided by friends Randy Bugg on bass and Sonny Lallerstedt on lead guitar, both members of Dove, the first Christian group to record on Myrrh Records. That same year, Jayne Farrell released a solo album simply titled Jayne.