Artists Of Then, Now & Forever – Forever Country

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In celebration of “The 50th Annual CMA Awards,” CMA has created the biggest music video in Country Music history. Titled “Forever Country,” the single and accompanying music video features 30 CMA Award-winning acts. This single was produced by CMA Board member and CMA Award winner Shane McAnally and the video was directed by Grammy Award-winning director Joseph Kahn. Visit for more information.

“The 50th Annual CMA Awards” will be hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood and broadcast live from Nashville, Wednesday, Nov. 2 (8:00-11:00 PM/ET) on the ABC Television Network.

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Music video by Artists Of Then, Now & Forever performing Forever Country. (C) 2016 Country Music Association, Inc.

A Prayer for Peace by Paula Foley Tillen Milwaukee Choral Artists

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The Milwaukee Choral Artists sing in concert on October 23, 2010 at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, Wauwatosa, WI “A Prayer for Peace” by Paula Foley Tillen. Milwaukee Choral Artists, Sharon Hansen, Music Director.
The text, by Buddhist Thich Nhat Hanh, was written as a peace chant in South Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
In beauty, sitting on a lotus flower, Lord Buddha, quiet and solid.
Your humble disciple, calm and pure of heart,
Forms a lotus flower with the hands, and offers this heartfelt prayer:
Homage to all Buddhas in the ten directions.
Because of your love for all people, have compassion on us.
Help us to remember we are just one family, North and South.
Help us rekindle our compassion and brotherhood.
May your compassion help us to overcome our hatred.
Humbly we open our hearts to you:
Water the flowers of our spirits with your deep understanding.
Humbly we open our hearts to you: Help our hearts grow light.
Homage to all Buddhas in the ten directions.
Because of your love for all people, have compassion on us.
May the merit of this prayer be transformed into peace.
May each of us realize this, our deep aspiration.

Scottsdale Choral Artists sing Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms – Pt I”

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Scottsdale Choral Artists perform Part I of Leonard Bernstein’s choral masterwork “Chichester Psalms,” Jennaya Robison, conductor. Dr. Guy Whatley, Organ; Dr. Lynne Aspnes, harp; Joe Millea, percussion; Michele Oh, soprano; Lyn Curry mezzo-soprano; Eric Christopher Perry, tenor; Andrew Briggs, baritone. Live concert at Camelback Bible Church, Phoenix, AZ. April 11, 2010.

Italian POW Artists in Texas

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Hereford residents recall their interactions with World War II Italian POW artists who beautified a local church with frescoes and gave the town’s young women a variety of keepsakes. This video was produced for our heritage travel app, Texas Time Travel Tours. The mobile app features statewide thematic tours focusing on a variety of time periods and cultures in Texas history. View the mobile tours or download the app at

Free Camping by a pond and Rhyolite NV

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Wayne On The Road with LaDonna & Lua EP063

After driving for a few days to escape the colder temperatures LaDonna found a cool place to stop just outside of Beatty. I was a great little spot to recharge and hang out with lots of animals and birds and a spot for Lua to swim.

We checked out the ghost town of Rhyolite and did some photography in the Goldwell Open Air Museum which is close by. Here are some GPS coordinates if you’re passing through and need a nice little spot to pull over for a few days.

The Pond: 36.882954, -116.753286
Ryholite: 36.901620, -116.828330
Goldwell Open Air Museum: 36.894862, -116.830578

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Arizona Artists Face Jail Time For Not Serving Gay Weddings

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