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Playlist of The Life and Career of CHARLOTTE CHURCH (1997

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  • Charlotte Churchs Late Night Pop Dungeon - Dont Let Go

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    Recorded live at The Rabbit Hole Glastonbury Festival 2016. The band came on at 1 am Monday morning as one of the very last performances of the legendary festival. The set comprised of a mixture of unusual covers and mash ups. Here En Vogue's Don't Let Go meets King Crimson's 21st Century Schizoid man!

    Band:

    Charlotte Church - Lead vocals
    Jonathan Powell - Guitar
    Davey Newington - Drums
    Robbie Moore - Keyboards
    Gaz Williams - Bass
    Tara Bethan, Joe Grant, Kyle Lima, Marie Batchelder, Carys Eleri, Gavin Swift - Backing vocals

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  • Fall River Public Library - The Real Lawrence of Arabia

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    Spy, soldier, diplomat, writer ... T. E. Lawrence, subject of the classic 1962 movie Lawrence of Arabia, has become a legend. But who was the real Lawrence of Arabia? From his daring raids alongside Arab allies during World War I to his tragic death in a motorcycle accident, Thomas Edward Lawrence lived a colorful life still shrouded in mystery.

    Middle Eastern scholar and retired history teacher Ray Ajemian will give an illustrated talk on this unique and complicated man at the Fall River Library on Wednesday, November 13th at 6:30.

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  • Paganinis Daemon: A Most Enduring Legend

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    Filmmaker Christopher Nupen about the film:
    Niccolo Paganini created the most elaborate and enduring legend of all instrumental soloists in the entire history of Western classical music but, as so often with legends, the excitement and the chatter obscured the true figure of both the man and the artist.
    In this film, Christopher Nupen looks at the legend and the strange man who created it all with his dazzling combination of technical brilliance, supreme showmanship, Italian melody and unbridled manipulative skill - a man whose extraordinary personality unsettled even the most sophisticated and educated minds and provoked wildly contradictory opinions.
    This film presents Paganini's music and combines it with extracts from Paganini's letters and quotations from both his admirers and his many detractors. While being hailed as the greatest performing musician of his time, he was denounced again and again by knowledgeable critics as a charlatan in league with the devil and an avaricious man with scant respect for those who responded, so enthusiastically, to his unforgettable gift and contributed so readily to his vast personal fortune.
    Paganini exploited all of it and used the legends to make himself not only the most talked about performer of his time, but also the wealthiest by a long, long way. In time this provoked envy and resentment and, finally, a pitiable isolation.
    And yet, through all of it, he served his daemon with commitment and dedication, and - despite enduring ill health - drove himself forward with an energy that astonished all who came into contact with him - as only a man with an unshakeable faith in his destiny could possibly do. Along the way, he wrote a great range of original and memorable music, changed violin playing decisively and created the age of the romantic virtuoso. By the end, however, his unbending quest for gold and for glory had robbed him slowly of almost everything else.
    Paganini died in Nice on the 27th May 1840 in the company of his only son Achilles, who had become his constant companion, his aide and translator and his greatest solace in his isolation and illness. He was 57 years old.
    This film is an attempt to present a true and honest picture of the man and the musician.

    An Allegro Film by Christopher Nupen

  • Amazing Grace - 5 Hymns that Changed the World

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    #hymns #inspirational #classichymns #whatafriendwehaveinjesus #amazingrace #johnnewton #itiswellwithmysoul #horatiospafford #silentnight #justasiam #howgreatthouart #josephscriven
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    This program features the complete story of how John Newton, a slave ship captain and self-proclaimed “wretch,” was inspired to write Amazing Grace. He devotes his life to God and becomes an ordained minister. It is all here, the amazing story of Amazing Grace. This program also includes the stories behind these four hymns:

    1. It Is Well With My Soul – Horatio Spafford, a man blessed beyond measure, is rocked by a succession of personal tragedies. Sorrow becomes hope as he pens one of the most profound expressions of faith ever recorded.

    2. Silent Night – Austrian parish priest Joseph Mohr’s poem, the only song he ever wrote, and schoolteacher Franz Gruber’s simple and haunting music, capture the beauty and wonder of the birth of Christ in the carol that took on a life of its own.

    3. How Great Thou Art – The beauty and power of a thunderstorm inspired Swedish minister Carl Boberg to write a poem that over the years will be translated and transformed into what is perhaps the world’s most beloved hymn of worship.

    4. Just As I Am – Charlotte Elliott wrote this song in 1835 never realizing 100 years later, in 1934, a young man named Billy Graham would answer God’s call on his life hearing “Just As I Am.” That song was used in the Billy Graham Crusades throughout the 20th century and it became the title of his 1997 autobiography, “Just As I Am.”

    5. What A Friend We Have In Jesus – A poem Joseph Scriven wrote to his ailing mother is set to music and becomes one of the world’s greatest hymns, and the legacy of a man who dedicated his life to helping the sick and poor.

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  • A Beautiful Mind : Soundtrack: All Love Can Be by James Roy Horner

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    A Beautiful Mind (2001)
    Soundtrack: All Love Can Be
    Composed and conducted by James Roy Horner
    Vocals performed by Charlotte Church (from the album Prelude)
    Lyrics by Will Jennings
    Director: Ron Howard
    Writers: Akiva Goldsman, Sylvia Nasar (book)
    Stars: Russell Crowe, Ed Harris and Jennifer Connelly
    Awards: Won 4 Oscars. Another 27 wins & 49 nominations
    Genres: Biography | Drama
    Runtime: 135 min
    Country: USA
    Release Date: 22 February 2002
    Budget: $60,000,000 (estimated)
    Opening Weekend: $2,501,096 (USA)
    Production Co: Universal Pictures, DreamWorks SKG

    Storyline
    Biopic of the famed mathematician John Nash and his lifelong struggles with his mental health. Nash enrolled as a graduate student at Princeton in 1948 and almost immediately stood out as an odd duck. He devoted himself to finding something unique, a mathematical
    theorem that would be completely original. He kept to himself for the most part and while he went out for drinks with other students, he spends a lot of time with his roommate, Charles, who eventually becomes his best friend. John is soon a professor at MIT where he

    meets and eventually married a graduate student, Alicia. Over time however John begins to lose his grip on reality, eventually being institutionalized diagnosed with schizophrenia. As the depths of his imaginary world are revealed, Nash withdraws from society and it's not until the 1970s that he makes his first foray back into the world of academics, gradually returning to research and teaching. In 1994, John Nash was awarded the Nobel prize in Economics.

    James Horner
    James Roy Horner (born August 14, 1953) is an American composer, orchestrator and conductor of orchestral and film music. He is noted for the integration of choral and electronic elements in many of his film scores, and for frequent use of Celtic musical elements. Horner's career spans over three decades and he has composed several of Hollywood's most famous film scores. His score to the
    1997 film Titanic remains the best selling orchestral film soundtrack of all time. In addition, Horner has scored over 100 films, frequently collaborating with acclaimed directors such as Mel Gibson, James Cameron and Ron Howard. Other scores he worked on include those of Braveheart, Willow, Apollo 13, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Aliens, Glory, The Mask of Zorro, The Legend of
    Zorro, Enemy at the Gates, The Missing, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, The Rocketeer, A Beautiful Mind, The Perfect Storm, Avatar, and, most recently, The Karate Kid, which was released in June 2010. His body of work is notable for including the scores to the two highest-grossing films of all time; Titanic and Avatar, both of which were directed by James Cameron. Horner is a two-time
    Academy Award-winner, and has received a total of 10 Oscar nominations. He has won numerous other awards, including the Golden Globe Award and the Grammy Award.

    Charlotte Church
    Charlotte Maria Church (born Charlotte Maria Reed; 21 February 1986) is a Welsh singer-songwriter, actress and television presenter. She rose to fame in childhood as a classical singer before branching into pop music in 2005. By 2007, she had sold more than 11,000,000 albums worldwide and in 2010 was said to be worth as much as £11m (though one 2003 report had her worth £25m).
    She recently hosted the third series of her Channel 4 chat show The Charlotte Church Show. In 2001, Church made her first film appearance in the 2001 Ron Howard film A Beautiful Mind. Celine Dion was beginning a concert engagement in Las Vegas and was not available to perform the film's end title song, All Love Can Be, so composer James Horner enlisted Church and the song was rewritten for her vocal range.

    Track listing
    1. A Kaleidoscope of Mathematics
    2. Playing a Game of 'Go!'
    3. Looking for the Next Great Idea
    4. Creating 'Governing Dynamics'
    5. Cracking the Russian Codes
    6. Nash Descends into Parcher's World
    7. First Drop-Off, First Kiss
    8. The Car Chase
    9. Alicia Discovers Nash's Dark World
    10. Real or Imagined?
    11. Of One Heart, of One Mind
    12. Saying Goodbye to Those You So Love
    13. Teaching Mathematics Again
    14. Prize of One's Life... The Prize of One's Mind
    15. All Love Can Be (Charlotte Church)
    16. Closing Credits

    Lyrics
    I will watch you in the darkness,
    Show you love will see you through.
    When the bad dreams wake you crying,
    I'll show you all love can do -
    All love can do.
    I will watch through the night,
    Hold you in my arms,
    Give you dreams where love will be.
    I will watch through the dark
    Till the morning comes
    All the light I'll take you
    Through the night to see -
    Our light, showing us all love can be.
    I will guard you with my bright wings,
    Stay till your heart learns to see
    All love can be.

  • Black and Brown Composers in Baroque Latin America: An Introduction to the Repertoire

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    Presenter: Henry Lebedinsky
    Hosted by Maria Romero


    An introduction to and survey of repertoire by composers of color and native-born South American composers from Brazil, Peru, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, and Bolivia from 1600 to 1800, with an emphasis on villancicos, cantatas, and other works for voices and chamber ensemble. Discussion topics include African and native influences, programming ideas, and sourcing of scores and performance materials.


    List of composers and bibliography:


    Early Music America's Resources of Diversity in Early Music Repertoire:


    Early Music America's IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) Taskforce:


    Henry Lebedinsky has performed on historical keyboards with Seattle Opera, the Seattle Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Charlotte Symphony, Seraphic Fire, and the Cantata Collective, among others. With Stephen Stubbs, he is the co-Artistic Director of Seattle's Pacific MusicWorks, and the founder and director of PMW's Underground concert series, dedicated to educating and entertaining new audiences about the world of Baroque and Classical music in unconventional, fun, and boozy venues. Mr. Lebedinsky is also the co-director of the San Francisco Bay Area-based Agave Baroque, with which he has recently released two albums with countertenor Reginald L. Mobley on the VGo Recordings label. He and Mr. Mobley have spent the past decade introducing listeners near and far to music by Black composers from the past 250 years, including recent appearances at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and Festival Printemps Musical des Alizés in Morocco.


    Maria Romero Ramos is a versatile modern and historical violinist specializing in the performance practices from the Baroque and Classical periods. She switches comfortably between different styles of bows and performs on both gut and modern strings. Romero is a candidate for the Doctor of Music degree in violin in the studio of Kevork Mardirossian at Indiana University, where she also obtained a M.M. degree. While at Indiana, she studied baroque violin with Stanley Ritchie and violin pedagogy with Mimi Zweig. Romero holds a Graduate Artist Certificate and B.M. degree from the University of North Texas under the of Julia Bushkova on the modern violín and Cynthia Roberts on the baroque violin, and the mentorship of lutenist Lyle Nordstrom. She also holds an Executive Graduate Certificate in Social Enterprise, Cultural Agency, Teaching Artistry, and Civic Leadership from the Global Leaders Program.

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  • VULINDLELA-BRENDA FASSIE

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    R.I.P BRENDA FASIE,AFRICA WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU.

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  • Deana Carter & Hearth ~ Go Rest Hight on that Mountain

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    Cracker Barrel Country Songs Of The Year Concert 2006
    Låtskrivere: Vincent Grant Gill

    Go Rest High on That Mountain is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Vince Gill. It was released in August 1995 as the sixth single from his album When Love Finds You. It is a eulogic ballad. Gill began writing the song following the death of country music superstar Keith Whitley, who died in 1989. Gill did not finish the song until a few years later following the death of his older brother Bob of a heart attack in 1993. Ricky Skaggs and Patty Loveless both sang background vocals on the record.

    The song won the CMA's Song of the Year award in 1996 and a BMI Most-Performed Song award in 1997. It also received two Grammy Awards for Best Male Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song in the 38th Grammy Awards. The single reached No. 14 on the Country Singles chart in 1995. It has sold 648,000 digital copies in the US since becoming available for download.
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    Deana Kay Carter (born January 4, 1966) is an American country music singer-songwriter who broke through in 1996 with the release of debut album Did I Shave My Legs for This?, which was certified 5× Multi-Platinum in the United States for sales of over five million. It was followed by 1998's Everything's Gonna Be Alright, 2003's I'm Just a Girl, 2005's The Story of My Life, and 2007's The Chain. Overall, Carter's albums have accounted for 14 singles, including three which reached Number One on the Billboard country charts: Strawberry Wine, We Danced Anyway, and How Do I Get There.

    Biography
    Carter was born in Nashville, Tennessee, the daughter of singer Fred Carter, Jr. Despite her famous father, she did not have a smooth path to a recording deal.[1] After an initial lack of success at age 17, she entered the University of Tennessee, majoring in rehabilitation therapy and becoming a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, and a Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister, also known as a Little Sister of Minerva. During college, she sang at various campus locations, performing for the enjoyment of singing, rather than with the intent of pursuing a musical career. She was also a local bartender at the Back Door Tavern (BDT) on Kingston Pike. After she graduated, she worked with recovering stroke and head injury patients. Although she found the work rewarding and worthwhile, she eventually realized that her first love was music, and decided to pursue the music career she had left.

    Carter dated music video director Chris Hicky and had a son during their relationship; Gray Hayes Hicky was born in September 2004. On October 3, 2009, Carter married boyfriend Brandon Malone in Malibu. In November 2012, Carter filed for legal separation from Malone, citing irreconcilable differences.

    Carter has been a national spokesperson for the National Kidney Foundation; her late father was a kidney transplant recipient. Carter also was the author of a book, Songs From the Heart
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  • Charlotte Church | Mini Documentary

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    Charlotte Maria Church (born 21 February 1986) is a Welsh singer-songwriter, actress and television presenter.

    She rose to fame in childhood as a classical singer before branching into pop music in 2005. By 2007, she had sold more than 10 million records worldwide including over 5 million in the United States.

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  • Charlotte Church - Even God

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    Music video by Charlotte Church performing Even God. (C) 2005 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

  • Charlotte Church - Moodswings

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    Music video by Charlotte Church performing Moodswings (To Come At Me Like That). (C) 2005 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) LIMITED

  • CBS Sunday Morning Remembers Charles Kuralt

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    CBS Sunday Morning remembers the life and career of Charles Kuralt.

  • Charlotte Church - Logical World

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    Charlotte Church - Logical World - Out 28th November!

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  • Charlotte Church Spreads Her Wings

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    Voice Of An Angel

  • Charlotte Church - Focus Wales 2013

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    Charlotte Church discusses the music industry with our own Graeme Park as part of Focus Wales 2013

  • Water Tower from EP:THREE by Charlotte Church

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    Water Tower from Charlotte Church's new mini LP THREE out 19 August 2013. PRE-ORDER here

    2013 UK Tour Dates:
    19th September -- Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
    20th September -- Leadmill, Sheffield
    22nd September -- Oran Mor, Glasgow
    23rd September -- Academy 3, Manchester
    24th September -- Scala, London

    Water Tower is from 'THREE', an ambitious, no-holds-barred record from an artist who accepts no compromises. A beautiful collection of seven tracks that sees Church explore her musical depths even further.

    Charlotte Church has already released two EPs in a series of 5 releases through her own label Alligator Wine Records. Enjoying the freedom that self-releasing offers, Charlotte has been writing and producing the tracks from the series herself; they also see her fully appreciating and utilizing the entirety of her impressive vocal range. 'THREE' will be released via Alligator Wine Records on August 19, with pre-release available now.

    Having recently returned from a North American tour that saw her first ever appearance at SXSW, Charlotte has now confirmed a UK tour for September including London's Scala.

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    Directed by John Bland
    Produced by OEM Film

    COPYRIGHT Charlotte Church & ALLIGATOR WINE RECORDS 2013

  • Pie Jesu

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    Sarah Brightman and Paul Miles-Kingston perform this track from 'Requiem'.

  • Charlotte Church - Just Wave Hello - Announced On FamilyNet CCM Video Countdown - 2000

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  • Dolly Parton - Whyd You Come In Here Lookin’ Like That - I Dont Need This Job Scene

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  • Dolly Parton - Whyd You Come In Here Lookin’ Like That - Do You Want Me To Start Now? Scene

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  • The All inclusive Christ as The Life Element - Witness Lee

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  • Hilary Duff - All About her

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    this is the 3rd part of the video
    Its about Hilary's life, since she was born!
    I work really hard to do this video and i did the best I can!
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  • David Grant - Love Will Find A Way. Top Of The Pops 1983

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    Good quality video recorded from Top Of The Pops 1983. David Grant (born 8 August 1956, Hackney, London) is an English pop singer and celebrity vocal coach.
    Grant became famous in the early 1980s as a member of UK soul/funk duo, Linx, whose biggest hit was Intuition in 1981. He began a solo career in 1983 with the Top 40 hit Stop and Go. Further hits included Watching You Watching Me and two duets with Jaki Graham, Could It Be I'm Falling in Love which reached UK No.5 in 1985 and the Todd Rundgren-penned 'Mated which made UK No.20 later that year. He has also worked as a session singer for artists including Diana Ross and the Lighthouse Family.

    Grant has become well known, along with his second wife Carrie Grant, as vocal coach on Pop Idol; judge and vocal coach on the BBC TV talent show Fame Academy; and its spin-off Comic Relief does Fame Academy. In addition, in working with some of the UK's top pop acts including Take That, S Club, and more recently Will Young, Atomic Kitten, Mel C, Lemar, Charlotte Church, Joss Stone and Julian Perretta.

    He also appears regularly as a panelist on the Five topical debate show, The Wright Stuff. In 2006 he appeared in the four part BBC television series The Sound of Musicals, which was filmed in 2005.

    In September 2006 he appeared on BBC's MasterChef programme.

    At the start of 2008 Grant sat as a judge on the BBC One talent show The One and Only, where once again he worked alongside his second wife and colleague, Carrie Grant.

    Soon after Grant starred as the celebrity 'hider' in an episode of the CBBC show Hider in the House. He is so far the only celebrity to have been 'discovered' in the first day's filming of the show. This appearance was a precursor to Grant and his second wife branching out into children's television later in the year, when they hosted their own CBeebies show Carrie and David's Popshop.
    Singles:
    Have Yourself a Merry Christmas (1982)
    Stop and Go (1983) (UK No.19)
    Watching You Watching Me (1983) (UK No.10)
    Love will Find a Way (1983) (UK No.24)
    Rock the Midnight (1983) (UK No.46)
    Organize / Wrap Yourself Around Me (1984)
    Could It Be I'm Falling in Love (1985) (UK No.5) (duet with Jaki Graham)
    Where Our Love Begins (1985)
    Mated (1985) (UK No.20) (duet with Jaki Graham)
    Change (1987) (UK No.55)
    Before Too Long (1987)
    Take Us Back (1987)
    Intuition '88 (1988) (re-recording of the Linx hit)
    Life (1989)
    Keep It Together (1990) (UK No.56)
    Life '90 (1990) (Norman Cook remix)
    Hurt (1992)
    Shake (1999) (credited to Foreal People - Joey Negro featuring David Grant)

    Albums:
    David Grant (1983) (UK No.32)
    Hopes and Dreams (1985) (UK No.96)
    Change (1987)
    Anxious Edge (1990)
    Watching and Waiting (1997) with Carrie Grant
    Best of Jaki Graham & David Grant & Linx (2004) (consisted of 2001 recordings of the duo's old hits, plus one new duet, Fragile) Please visit my other Channel. Keep Rockin!.

  • charlotte church - crazy chick!!!

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    charlotte church crazy chick... with pictures and lyrics

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    THE IS A VIDEO SHOT IN THE 90'S WEHN I WAS A DANCER

  • The Nashville Network - TNN - Network ID - 1997

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  • Lorne Rostotski 29 March 1997

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    Lorne speaking at the positive thinkers club 1997.

  • Vocalist Sharlotte Gibson Shares Her 5 Secrets to Career Longevity

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    Denosh Bennett talks with BV, session singer, Sharlotte Gibson about what she thinks the secret is to career longevity. Sharlotte has graced the stages with major artist such as Brandy, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Nine Inch Nails and Christina Aguilera.

    As a singer, I get a lot of correspondence from various vocalists asking me to “put them on” or think of them if an opportunity comes up. As a mentor and coach, I’m often asked about how I got into the business and what steps one should take to have a career like mine (careful what you ask for!). Giving advice is a big part of what I do, and I enjoy it, hoping I can help the next person make the right decision for them.

    When I was starting out, I had the same questions and desires, but no one who shared their special formula with me. Along the way, I managed to learn and discover a few things that have helped me continue my journey as an artist for almost 25 years. It’s not rocket science really. If I did it, you can too.When I was a little girl and I declared that I wanted to be a singer when I grew up, I had no idea what I was really saying. I knew I wanted to be on the radio, and have my voice heard by millions of people, but I never imagined all the hard work, heartache, practice, long hours, patience, networking, re-invention and faith that it would take. Having played many different creative roles, I’ve seen the ups and downs as well as seen many people come and go, some because of bad situations and others because they made bad decisions.

    So how do you come, and stay? Is there in fact a secret formula? With the age of the internet taking over, the industry traditions of getting a record deal have died and artist development is an archaic concept. It’s all about views, hits and likes. As an artist, if you don’t grow, transform, or get tech savvy, you will get lost. And although those things help in today’s world, the answer is not (solely) shock value social media posts, or found in a bottle of hair dye either.

    The answer is, there is no secret. It’s found when you start at the beginning. It’s found in rediscovering who you are and your purpose for singing. It’s the one and only thing you can control and that can’t be denied. Talent. Real, authentic talent. And when you’ve got it, coupled with determination and an open mind, you’ve got the answer to lasting in the music business and the power to adapt, grow and maintain in an ever-changing industry. Yesterday pop, today blues, tomorrow world music. Whether you are trying to get into background singing or vocal session work you have to have determination and be able to be flexible.

    For the past 21 years, working singer Sharlotte Gibson has graced stages with some of the world’s most accomplished, successful artists including Whitney Houston, Brandy, Queen Latifah and Nine Inch Nails. So far she has safely navigated the waters of this unstable business.

    You can’t spend that much time in the game and not have tasted the fruit of every musical tree. In this issue iSing catches up with Sharlotte, as she shares her secrets to career success and gives us a glimpse of how her talent has kept her going and propelled her to become one of the music’s most sought-after vocalists.

    So here are Sharlotte's Top 5 Secrets for career longevity:

    1. Be nice and courteous, it’s free.
    2. Be punctual for your rehearsals and gigs.
    3. Care about what you’re singing, and care about listening. If you’re not genuine, it will come across in your vocals.
    4. Be versatile. Listen and learn as many styles of music as you can.
    5. Leverage all your talents, gifts and knowledge to keep you working and open up doors for you. It may not be all about music, but it can always enhance your music

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    Born in August 17, 1954 Eric Johnson is an American guitarist and recording artist from Austin, Texas. Though he is best known for his success in the instrumental rock format, Johnson regularly incorporates jazz, fusion, New Age, gospel and country and western music into his recordings. Johnson also composes and plays vocal pieces, and is an accomplished pianist.

    Guitar Player magazine has called Johnson one of the most respected guitarists on the planet. Johnson's stylistic diversity and technical proficiency with the guitar have been praised by Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, Allan Holdsworth, Larry Carlton, Steve Morse, Billy Gibbons, Johnny Winter, Jeff Baxter, B. B. King, Joe Satriani and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

    *** LIFE AND CAREER
    Born into a musically-inclined family, Johnson and his three sisters studied piano and his father was a whistling enthusiast. Johnson started learning the guitar at age 11 and rapidly began progressing through the music that would heavily influence his future style, including Eric Clapton, Chet Atkins, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Wes Montgomery, Jerry Reed, Bob Dylan and Django Reinhardt, among others.

    *** GUITAR AND EQUIPMENT
    Johnson is best known for playing stock Fender Stratocasters and Gibson ES-335 electric guitars through a triple amp setup that consists of Fender amplifiers, Dumble Amplifiers and Marshall amplification. He has also played other guitar brands such as Robin, Rickenbacker, and Jackson Charvel. In 2001, Eric Johnson added a Custom Shop '59 Les Paul Reissue to his guitars of choice.

    Johnson has had several models built to his specifications for sale in the mass market. In 2003, C. F. Martin & Company released a limited-edition Eric Johnson Signature MC-40 guitar built to his specifications. In 2005, Fender released an Eric Johnson Signature Fender Stratocaster also built to his specifications. Johnson has also released other signature gear such as GHS Eric Johnson Nickel Rockers Electric Guitar Strings, DiMarzio DP211 Eric Johnson Signature Custom Pickups, and a Fullton-Webb amplifier. Jim Dunlop also has released an Eric Johnson signature Jazz III plectrum.

    In early 2009, Fender released the Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster Rosewood model, featuring the same specifications as the Eric Johnson Maple Neck guitar, with the addition of an unusual 3-ply, 8-hole white pick guard, hotter treble pickup and a bound rosewood laminate fingerboard.

    Eric uses effects pedals such as a Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face, BK Butler Tube Driver, TC Electronic Stereo Chorus, Vox Cry Baby wah-wah, Electro-Harmonix Memory Man Delay, a MXR Digital Delay, a Line 6 Echo Pro Studio Modeler, and a Maestro Echoplex tape delay.

    Johnson occasionally substitutes his pedals for others; he's been spotted with a TubeWorks Tube Driver rather his usual Butler. He has also been seen using the Xotic AC Booster as well as a Boss DS-1 and a Smoky Signal Tubeless Overdrive.



  • David Grant - Stop & Go. Top Of The Pops 1983

    3:06

    Good quality video recorded from Top Of The Pops 1983. David Grant (born 8 August 1956, Hackney, London) is an English pop singer and celebrity vocal coach.
    Grant became famous in the early 1980s as a member of UK soul/funk duo, Linx, whose biggest hit was Intuition in 1981. He began a solo career in 1983 with the Top 40 hit Stop and Go. Further hits included Watching You Watching Me and two duets with Jaki Graham, Could It Be I'm Falling in Love which reached UK No.5 in 1985 and the Todd Rundgren-penned 'Mated which made UK No.20 later that year. He has also worked as a session singer for artists including Diana Ross and the Lighthouse Family.

    Grant has become well known, along with his second wife Carrie Grant, as vocal coach on Pop Idol; judge and vocal coach on the BBC TV talent show Fame Academy; and its spin-off Comic Relief does Fame Academy. In addition, in working with some of the UK's top pop acts including Take That, S Club, and more recently Will Young, Atomic Kitten, Mel C, Lemar, Charlotte Church, Joss Stone and Julian Perretta.

    He also appears regularly as a panelist on the Five topical debate show, The Wright Stuff. In 2006 he appeared in the four part BBC television series The Sound of Musicals, which was filmed in 2005.

    In September 2006 he appeared on BBC's MasterChef programme.

    At the start of 2008 Grant sat as a judge on the BBC One talent show The One and Only, where once again he worked alongside his second wife and colleague, Carrie Grant.

    Soon after Grant starred as the celebrity 'hider' in an episode of the CBBC show Hider in the House. He is so far the only celebrity to have been 'discovered' in the first day's filming of the show. This appearance was a precursor to Grant and his second wife branching out into children's television later in the year, when they hosted their own CBeebies show Carrie and David's Popshop.
    Singles:
    Have Yourself a Merry Christmas (1982)
    Stop and Go (1983) (UK No.19)
    Watching You Watching Me (1983) (UK No.10)
    Love will Find a Way (1983) (UK No.24)
    Rock the Midnight (1983) (UK No.46)
    Organize / Wrap Yourself Around Me (1984)
    Could It Be I'm Falling in Love (1985) (UK No.5) (duet with Jaki Graham)
    Where Our Love Begins (1985)
    Mated (1985) (UK No.20) (duet with Jaki Graham)
    Change (1987) (UK No.55)
    Before Too Long (1987)
    Take Us Back (1987)
    Intuition '88 (1988) (re-recording of the Linx hit)
    Life (1989)
    Keep It Together (1990) (UK No.56)
    Life '90 (1990) (Norman Cook remix)
    Hurt (1992)
    Shake (1999) (credited to Foreal People - Joey Negro featuring David Grant)

    Albums:
    David Grant (1983) (UK No.32)
    Hopes and Dreams (1985) (UK No.96)
    Change (1987)
    Anxious Edge (1990)
    Watching and Waiting (1997) with Carrie Grant
    Best of Jaki Graham & David Grant & Linx (2004) (consisted of 2001 recordings of the duo's old hits, plus one new duet, Fragile) Please visit my other Channel. Keep Rockin!.

  • K.T. Oslin - Come Next Monday - K.T. Talks About Ideas For The Music Video - Beginning Scene

    52

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  • The Family of Man—Diversity in the Renaissance Arts

    1:29:46

    Lecture by Patricia Ann Neely presented during NonClave 2020

  • Charlotte - Sugar Tree

    7:15

    (c) Big Life Records 1994

  • CMT Western Beat Promo - Featuring Big House - Country Music Television

    30

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  • The Blue Sky Boys -- Dont Say Goodbye If You Love Me

    2:51

    The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 -- April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 -- March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years.
    The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth siblings in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the First Church of God, taught them to sing hymns and gospel music. A neighbour taught Bill how to play guitar and banjo while Earl on the other hand learned to play mandolin and guitar. Eventually, they decided to switch instruments and Bill chose the mandolin while Earl concentrated on the guitar. They made their radio debut in 1935 at local radio station WWNC in Asheville, North Carolina as part of the Crazy Hickory Nuts. Sponsored by the J. F. Goodson Coffee Company and together with Homer Sherrill of the Crazy Hickory Nuts they formed the Good Coffee Boys in the late 1935. Six months later, in June 1936, the Bolick brothers moved to Atlanta, Georgia to perform at radio station WGST. Because they were sponsored by the Crazy Water Crystal, they had to perform using the name (Crazy) Blue Ridge Hillbillies.
    In Atlanta, the Bolick brothers went to RCA Records for an audition. At first, Eli Oberstein, the A & R man was reluctant to hear the brothers sing accusing them of copying theMonroe Brothers. Anyhow, he changed his mind when he heard them sing and immediately signed them a recording contract. A discussion arose concerning what they should call themselves. Since they couldn't use the previous name the Blue Ridge Hillbillies - it had been taken by Homer Sherrill when the brothers left WGST - they decided to use Blue Sky Boys as their name. Their choice of name came from the nickname of western North Carolina: Land of the Blue Sky.
    They made their first recordings in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 16, 1936. Their first record Sunny Side of Life coupled with Where the Soul Never Dies became an instant success. It sold so fast the brothers were dubbed The New Hillbilly Kings. Between 1937 and 1941 the group recorded about 100 songs for RCA to considerable success on thehillbilly music circuit. Between 1941 and 1946 both brothers served in the military; after their discharge they returned to Atlanta and resumed recording with RCA. Some of their sides featured fiddle playing, from Leslie Keith, Sam Parker, Joe Tyson and Richard Hicks. They enjoyed a number of hits just after the war, but disliked the burgeoning honky tonkstyle and refused to record it. When RCA asked them to play with an electric guitar, they refused and stopped recording until 1949. Due to personal issues, the Blue Sky Boys retired in 1951.
    Bill became a postal clerk in his birth state and Earl took a job at Lockheed Aircraft in Atlanta. It was not until 1962, when Starday Records released an LP of their radio recordings, that they decided to reunite and record again. Two LPs of new material followed, one secular (Together Again) and one religious (Precious Moments). They occasionally played live at folk festivals; Capitol Records recorded one of these, at the UCLA Folk Festival, and released it as an album. But by the end of the 1960s they had decided to call it quits again.
    Once more, in 1975, they were convinced to record again, this time for Rounder Records, and another round of folk and bluegrass circuit touring ensued. Following this Bill moved back to his birthplace and lived in Longview NC and Earl retired to Tucker, Georgia.
    In the 1990s, Copper Creek Records issued a series of four albums with live radio transcriptions from the 1940s.
    Discography
    • Together Again, 1963 (Starday)
    • Precious Moments, 1964 (Starday)
    • Presenting the Blue Sky Boys, 1966 (Capitol)
    • Sunny Side of Life, 1973 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys, 1976 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys (2 record set), 1976 (Bluebird)
    • In Concert 1964, 1989 (Rounder
    • On Radio Vol 1 - 4 (4 volumes), 1996-97 (Copper Creek)
    • Farm & Fun Time Favorites Vol 1 - 2 (2 volumes), 1996 (Copper Creek)

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  • The Blue Sky Boys -- Fair Eyed Ellen

    2:45

    The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 -- April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 -- March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years.
    The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth siblings in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the First Church of God, taught them to sing hymns and gospel music. A neighbour taught Bill how to play guitar and banjo while Earl on the other hand learned to play mandolin and guitar. Eventually, they decided to switch instruments and Bill chose the mandolin while Earl concentrated on the guitar. They made their radio debut in 1935 at local radio station WWNC in Asheville, North Carolina as part of the Crazy Hickory Nuts. Sponsored by the J. F. Goodson Coffee Company and together with Homer Sherrill of the Crazy Hickory Nuts they formed the Good Coffee Boys in the late 1935. Six months later, in June 1936, the Bolick brothers moved to Atlanta, Georgia to perform at radio station WGST. Because they were sponsored by the Crazy Water Crystal, they had to perform using the name (Crazy) Blue Ridge Hillbillies.
    In Atlanta, the Bolick brothers went to RCA Records for an audition. At first, Eli Oberstein, the A & R man was reluctant to hear the brothers sing accusing them of copying theMonroe Brothers. Anyhow, he changed his mind when he heard them sing and immediately signed them a recording contract. A discussion arose concerning what they should call themselves. Since they couldn't use the previous name the Blue Ridge Hillbillies - it had been taken by Homer Sherrill when the brothers left WGST - they decided to use Blue Sky Boys as their name. Their choice of name came from the nickname of western North Carolina: Land of the Blue Sky.
    They made their first recordings in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 16, 1936. Their first record Sunny Side of Life coupled with Where the Soul Never Dies became an instant success. It sold so fast the brothers were dubbed The New Hillbilly Kings. Between 1937 and 1941 the group recorded about 100 songs for RCA to considerable success on thehillbilly music circuit. Between 1941 and 1946 both brothers served in the military; after their discharge they returned to Atlanta and resumed recording with RCA. Some of their sides featured fiddle playing, from Leslie Keith, Sam Parker, Joe Tyson and Richard Hicks. They enjoyed a number of hits just after the war, but disliked the burgeoning honky tonkstyle and refused to record it. When RCA asked them to play with an electric guitar, they refused and stopped recording until 1949. Due to personal issues, the Blue Sky Boys retired in 1951.
    Bill became a postal clerk in his birth state and Earl took a job at Lockheed Aircraft in Atlanta. It was not until 1962, when Starday Records released an LP of their radio recordings, that they decided to reunite and record again. Two LPs of new material followed, one secular (Together Again) and one religious (Precious Moments). They occasionally played live at folk festivals; Capitol Records recorded one of these, at the UCLA Folk Festival, and released it as an album. But by the end of the 1960s they had decided to call it quits again.
    Once more, in 1975, they were convinced to record again, this time for Rounder Records, and another round of folk and bluegrass circuit touring ensued. Following this Bill moved back to his birthplace and lived in Longview NC and Earl retired to Tucker, Georgia.
    In the 1990s, Copper Creek Records issued a series of four albums with live radio transcriptions from the 1940s.
    Discography
    • Together Again, 1963 (Starday)
    • Precious Moments, 1964 (Starday)
    • Presenting the Blue Sky Boys, 1966 (Capitol)
    • Sunny Side of Life, 1973 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys, 1976 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys (2 record set), 1976 (Bluebird)
    • In Concert 1964, 1989 (Rounder
    • On Radio Vol 1 - 4 (4 volumes), 1996-97 (Copper Creek)
    • Farm & Fun Time Favorites Vol 1 - 2 (2 volumes), 1996 (Copper Creek)

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  • Collin Raye - Little Rock - Final Scene - TNN

    06

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  • The Blue Sky Boys -- Sweet Allallee

    2:25

    The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 -- April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 -- March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years.
    The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth siblings in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the First Church of God, taught them to sing hymns and gospel music. A neighbour taught Bill how to play guitar and banjo while Earl on the other hand learned to play mandolin and guitar. Eventually, they decided to switch instruments and Bill chose the mandolin while Earl concentrated on the guitar. They made their radio debut in 1935 at local radio station WWNC in Asheville, North Carolina as part of the Crazy Hickory Nuts. Sponsored by the J. F. Goodson Coffee Company and together with Homer Sherrill of the Crazy Hickory Nuts they formed the Good Coffee Boys in the late 1935. Six months later, in June 1936, the Bolick brothers moved to Atlanta, Georgia to perform at radio station WGST. Because they were sponsored by the Crazy Water Crystal, they had to perform using the name (Crazy) Blue Ridge Hillbillies.
    In Atlanta, the Bolick brothers went to RCA Records for an audition. At first, Eli Oberstein, the A & R man was reluctant to hear the brothers sing accusing them of copying theMonroe Brothers. Anyhow, he changed his mind when he heard them sing and immediately signed them a recording contract. A discussion arose concerning what they should call themselves. Since they couldn't use the previous name the Blue Ridge Hillbillies - it had been taken by Homer Sherrill when the brothers left WGST - they decided to use Blue Sky Boys as their name. Their choice of name came from the nickname of western North Carolina: Land of the Blue Sky.
    They made their first recordings in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 16, 1936. Their first record Sunny Side of Life coupled with Where the Soul Never Dies became an instant success. It sold so fast the brothers were dubbed The New Hillbilly Kings. Between 1937 and 1941 the group recorded about 100 songs for RCA to considerable success on thehillbilly music circuit. Between 1941 and 1946 both brothers served in the military; after their discharge they returned to Atlanta and resumed recording with RCA. Some of their sides featured fiddle playing, from Leslie Keith, Sam Parker, Joe Tyson and Richard Hicks. They enjoyed a number of hits just after the war, but disliked the burgeoning honky tonkstyle and refused to record it. When RCA asked them to play with an electric guitar, they refused and stopped recording until 1949. Due to personal issues, the Blue Sky Boys retired in 1951.
    Bill became a postal clerk in his birth state and Earl took a job at Lockheed Aircraft in Atlanta. It was not until 1962, when Starday Records released an LP of their radio recordings, that they decided to reunite and record again. Two LPs of new material followed, one secular (Together Again) and one religious (Precious Moments). They occasionally played live at folk festivals; Capitol Records recorded one of these, at the UCLA Folk Festival, and released it as an album. But by the end of the 1960s they had decided to call it quits again.
    Once more, in 1975, they were convinced to record again, this time for Rounder Records, and another round of folk and bluegrass circuit touring ensued. Following this Bill moved back to his birthplace and lived in Longview NC and Earl retired to Tucker, Georgia.
    In the 1990s, Copper Creek Records issued a series of four albums with live radio transcriptions from the 1940s.
    Discography
    • Together Again, 1963 (Starday)
    • Precious Moments, 1964 (Starday)
    • Presenting the Blue Sky Boys, 1966 (Capitol)
    • Sunny Side of Life, 1973 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys, 1976 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys (2 record set), 1976 (Bluebird)
    • In Concert 1964, 1989 (Rounder
    • On Radio Vol 1 - 4 (4 volumes), 1996-97 (Copper Creek)
    • Farm & Fun Time Favorites Vol 1 - 2 (2 volumes), 1996 (Copper Creek)

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  • Backstreet Boys - Larger Than Life - Fan Request 1 On MTVs Total Request Live - 1999

    10

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  • PART 2: Forging Ahead: Civil Rights Stories and Song, Jan. 13, 2018

    1:34:04

    Part 2: The story of the prosecution of the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombers. Featuring Senator Doug Jones, Former Lt. Governor Bill Baxley. Presented by Temple Beth-El, Temple Emanu-El, and the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center

  • Jonathan Antoine 19 yrs Last Night of Proms Cliffs Pavilion 30 Nov 2014

    5:51

    Jonathan Antoine, Special Guest performer at the Last Night of the Proms in South Cliffs Pavilion, England UK. Connect with Jonathan through his Official Website: Jonathan Antoine albums available on these links: Tenore: &
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  • Vince Hill - Go Rest High On That Mountain Lyric Video

    3:42

    Dedicated to my late best friend who passed away on August 2019. Rest in peace Vincent. Love you buddy!


    I know your life on earth was troubled
    And only you could know the pain
    You weren't afraid to face the Devil
    You were no stranger to the rain

    So go rest high on that mountain
    'Cause son, your work on earth is done
    And go to Heaven a shouting
    Love for the Father and the Son

    Oh, how we cried the day you left us
    We gathered round your grave to grieve
    I wish I could see the angels' faces
    When they hear your sweet voice sing

    So go rest high on that mountain
    'Cause son, your work on earth is done
    And go to Heaven a shouting
    Love for the Father and the Son

  • The Blue Sky Boys -- Lightning Express

    2:50

    The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 -- April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 -- March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years.
    The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth siblings in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the First Church of God, taught them to sing hymns and gospel music. A neighbour taught Bill how to play guitar and banjo while Earl on the other hand learned to play mandolin and guitar. Eventually, they decided to switch instruments and Bill chose the mandolin while Earl concentrated on the guitar. They made their radio debut in 1935 at local radio station WWNC in Asheville, North Carolina as part of the Crazy Hickory Nuts. Sponsored by the J. F. Goodson Coffee Company and together with Homer Sherrill of the Crazy Hickory Nuts they formed the Good Coffee Boys in the late 1935. Six months later, in June 1936, the Bolick brothers moved to Atlanta, Georgia to perform at radio station WGST. Because they were sponsored by the Crazy Water Crystal, they had to perform using the name (Crazy) Blue Ridge Hillbillies.
    In Atlanta, the Bolick brothers went to RCA Records for an audition. At first, Eli Oberstein, the A & R man was reluctant to hear the brothers sing accusing them of copying theMonroe Brothers. Anyhow, he changed his mind when he heard them sing and immediately signed them a recording contract. A discussion arose concerning what they should call themselves. Since they couldn't use the previous name the Blue Ridge Hillbillies - it had been taken by Homer Sherrill when the brothers left WGST - they decided to use Blue Sky Boys as their name. Their choice of name came from the nickname of western North Carolina: Land of the Blue Sky.
    They made their first recordings in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 16, 1936. Their first record Sunny Side of Life coupled with Where the Soul Never Dies became an instant success. It sold so fast the brothers were dubbed The New Hillbilly Kings. Between 1937 and 1941 the group recorded about 100 songs for RCA to considerable success on thehillbilly music circuit. Between 1941 and 1946 both brothers served in the military; after their discharge they returned to Atlanta and resumed recording with RCA. Some of their sides featured fiddle playing, from Leslie Keith, Sam Parker, Joe Tyson and Richard Hicks. They enjoyed a number of hits just after the war, but disliked the burgeoning honky tonkstyle and refused to record it. When RCA asked them to play with an electric guitar, they refused and stopped recording until 1949. Due to personal issues, the Blue Sky Boys retired in 1951.
    Bill became a postal clerk in his birth state and Earl took a job at Lockheed Aircraft in Atlanta. It was not until 1962, when Starday Records released an LP of their radio recordings, that they decided to reunite and record again. Two LPs of new material followed, one secular (Together Again) and one religious (Precious Moments). They occasionally played live at folk festivals; Capitol Records recorded one of these, at the UCLA Folk Festival, and released it as an album. But by the end of the 1960s they had decided to call it quits again.
    Once more, in 1975, they were convinced to record again, this time for Rounder Records, and another round of folk and bluegrass circuit touring ensued. Following this Bill moved back to his birthplace and lived in Longview NC and Earl retired to Tucker, Georgia.
    In the 1990s, Copper Creek Records issued a series of four albums with live radio transcriptions from the 1940s.
    Discography
    • Together Again, 1963 (Starday)
    • Precious Moments, 1964 (Starday)
    • Presenting the Blue Sky Boys, 1966 (Capitol)
    • Sunny Side of Life, 1973 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys, 1976 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys (2 record set), 1976 (Bluebird)
    • In Concert 1964, 1989 (Rounder
    • On Radio Vol 1 - 4 (4 volumes), 1996-97 (Copper Creek)
    • Farm & Fun Time Favorites Vol 1 - 2 (2 volumes), 1996 (Copper Creek)

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  • The Blue Sky Boys -- Alabama

    2:57

    The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 -- April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 -- March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years.
    The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth siblings in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the First Church of God, taught them to sing hymns and gospel music. A neighbour taught Bill how to play guitar and banjo while Earl on the other hand learned to play mandolin and guitar. Eventually, they decided to switch instruments and Bill chose the mandolin while Earl concentrated on the guitar. They made their radio debut in 1935 at local radio station WWNC in Asheville, North Carolina as part of the Crazy Hickory Nuts. Sponsored by the J. F. Goodson Coffee Company and together with Homer Sherrill of the Crazy Hickory Nuts they formed the Good Coffee Boys in the late 1935. Six months later, in June 1936, the Bolick brothers moved to Atlanta, Georgia to perform at radio station WGST. Because they were sponsored by the Crazy Water Crystal, they had to perform using the name (Crazy) Blue Ridge Hillbillies.
    In Atlanta, the Bolick brothers went to RCA Records for an audition. At first, Eli Oberstein, the A & R man was reluctant to hear the brothers sing accusing them of copying theMonroe Brothers. Anyhow, he changed his mind when he heard them sing and immediately signed them a recording contract. A discussion arose concerning what they should call themselves. Since they couldn't use the previous name the Blue Ridge Hillbillies - it had been taken by Homer Sherrill when the brothers left WGST - they decided to use Blue Sky Boys as their name. Their choice of name came from the nickname of western North Carolina: Land of the Blue Sky.
    They made their first recordings in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 16, 1936. Their first record Sunny Side of Life coupled with Where the Soul Never Dies became an instant success. It sold so fast the brothers were dubbed The New Hillbilly Kings. Between 1937 and 1941 the group recorded about 100 songs for RCA to considerable success on thehillbilly music circuit. Between 1941 and 1946 both brothers served in the military; after their discharge they returned to Atlanta and resumed recording with RCA. Some of their sides featured fiddle playing, from Leslie Keith, Sam Parker, Joe Tyson and Richard Hicks. They enjoyed a number of hits just after the war, but disliked the burgeoning honky tonkstyle and refused to record it. When RCA asked them to play with an electric guitar, they refused and stopped recording until 1949. Due to personal issues, the Blue Sky Boys retired in 1951.
    Bill became a postal clerk in his birth state and Earl took a job at Lockheed Aircraft in Atlanta. It was not until 1962, when Starday Records released an LP of their radio recordings, that they decided to reunite and record again. Two LPs of new material followed, one secular (Together Again) and one religious (Precious Moments). They occasionally played live at folk festivals; Capitol Records recorded one of these, at the UCLA Folk Festival, and released it as an album. But by the end of the 1960s they had decided to call it quits again.
    Once more, in 1975, they were convinced to record again, this time for Rounder Records, and another round of folk and bluegrass circuit touring ensued. Following this Bill moved back to his birthplace and lived in Longview NC and Earl retired to Tucker, Georgia.
    In the 1990s, Copper Creek Records issued a series of four albums with live radio transcriptions from the 1940s.
    Discography
    • Together Again, 1963 (Starday)
    • Precious Moments, 1964 (Starday)
    • Presenting the Blue Sky Boys, 1966 (Capitol)
    • Sunny Side of Life, 1973 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys, 1976 (Rounder)
    • The Blue Sky Boys (2 record set), 1976 (Bluebird)
    • In Concert 1964, 1989 (Rounder
    • On Radio Vol 1 - 4 (4 volumes), 1996-97 (Copper Creek)
    • Farm & Fun Time Favorites Vol 1 - 2 (2 volumes), 1996 (Copper Creek)

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    This Vale Of Tears -- CD Precession By Sunset
    Label:FZ-records
    Released:1997

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    American duo song dark ethereal shoegazer influences: Ashengrace. Album: Drawing Down the Moon. Year: 1997.

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