Ja Rule Goes Crazy On Stage Shows 50 Cent How He Nailed His Recent Concert With A Full House

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►Ja Rule Shows 50 Cent How He Nailed His Recent Show With A Full House

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Fugazi (live concert) – March 10th, 1990, Atlantic Beach Club, Virginia Beach, VA

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Fugazi (live concert) – March 10th, 1990, Atlantic Beach Club, Virginia Beach, VA

01. intro
02. Brendan #1
03. Blueprint
04. And The Same
05. Greed
06. Margin Walker
07. Bad Mouth
08. Bulldog Front
09. Song #1
10. Long Division
11. Sieve-Fisted Find
12. Waiting Room
13. Suggestion
14. Give Me The Cure
15. Burning Too
16. Two Beats Off
17. Repeater
18. Reprovisional
19. outro

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St. John’s Deliverance Temple Children and Young Adult Reunion Choir Concert 2018

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Praise God Forevermore this is the St. John’s Deliverance Temple Children & Young Adult Reunion Choir Concert 2018. Singing songs of Zion to the Lord! These are songs that were rearranged by our Choir Director, the late Pastor Otis Myles. Special Guests include, C. Ashley Brown-Lawrence, and Chosen! Enjoy and be blessed!

Nicolas Haigh Organ Concert at Myers Park United Methodist Church

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The American Guild of Organists, Charlotte, North Carolina Chapter, conclude the 2017 Summer Recital Series with this concert. Prize-winning organist Nicolas Haigh has held positions at New College, Oxford, and York Minster. While in Oxford, he served as organist of the city church, St. Michael at the North Gate, and he frequently accompanied the choir of men and boys at Christ Church Cathedral. He is a recipient of the coveted Limpus Prize from the Royal College of Organists and recently performed in the St Alban’s International Organ Festival. He was a student at Clare College, University of Cambridge, where he graduated with a degree in musicology and held the Sir William McKie Organ Scholarship. Nicolas’ teachers have included Malcolm Archer, Clive Driskill-Smith, James McVinnie, and Jonathan Moyer. He moved to Cleveland, OH, to pursue doctoral studies in historical performance practice at Case Western Reserve University.
He has performed at venues such as the Sydney Opera House, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, St John’s, Smith Square, Coventry Cathedral, St Patrick’s Cathedral (Belfast), and Liverpool Cathedral. He also performed regularly as both a soloist and accompanist on national radio in the United States and the United Kingdom, accompanying choirs on Choral Evensong and In Tune (BBC Radio 3), as well as on Sunday Worship (BBC Radio 4). He can be heard as an organist on the CD Veni Emmanuel (Harmonia Mundi USA), and as a singer on Imogen Holst: Choral Works (Harmonia Mundi USA), and A Tudor Christmas.
Education: Fellow of Royal College of Organists, Bachelor of Arts in Musicology, Clare College, University of Cambridge (UK)
Previous Positions: York Minster (UK), New College, Oxford (UK), St. Michael at North Gate, Oxford (UK). His hometown is Reading, England

Hailed for her “clear, bright tone” (Cleveland Classical) and described as “fiery, wild, and dangerous” (Classical Voice North Carolina), soprano Margaret Carpenter Haigh is a versatile artist, with repertoire ranging from mediaeval to contemporary music. She has performed as a soloist with the Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra, the Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra, Oxford Bach Soloists, Simon Carrington Chamber Singers, and Apollo’s Fire. Alongside her husband, organist and harpsichordist Nicolas Haigh, Margaret is co-founder of L’Académie du Roi Soleil, an ensemble specializing in French music from the time of Louis XIV and with which she has performed in venues including York Minster; New College Chapel, Oxford; and Clare College Chapel, Cambridge. Ms. Carpenter Haigh holds the M.Mus in Choral Studies from the University of Cambridge, where she was a Gates Cambridge Scholar at Clare College and studied conducting with Stephen Layton. She attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for her undergraduate degrees in voice (B.M.) and organ (B.A.). Whilst at UNC-Greensboro, she served as assistant chorus-master to the Winston-Salem Symphony Chorus and was selected as a conducting fellow at the Yale Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in Norfolk, CT. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in historical performance practice at Case Western Reserve University where she studied with Ellen Hargis and Aaron Sheehan.

The Myers Park UMC Aeolian-Skinner Organ (Opus 1121, 1947 III/60) with pipe and digital additions by Angerstein & Associates in 1996 which enlarged the organ to IV/81.

Earth (live concert) – November 18th, 2005, First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA (Dylan Carlson)

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Earth (live concert) – November 18th, 2005, First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA

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Grace Apostolic Church Bishop’s Choir Reunion Concert Song ‘Lift Up Your Heads!’ 2015

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Grace Apostolic Church Bishop’s Choir Reunion Concert Song ‘Life Up Your Heads!’ (Portion of’) Sunday, 7-5-15
– I ‘just so happened’ to bring my cam in my car as a back up not knowing the professional film guy didn’t show up. I at the last min. set mine up in the balcony, tried to save time by quickly reformatting my cam instead of slowly erasing the things I had previously filmed at my church that morning. I found out later those things were still there so my cam ran out of memory on the first song …so this little bit was ‘better than nothing’ lol

Pastor Shawn Jones Celebration of Life Legacy Concert

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Paul Porter with Bishop Neal Roberson, Harvey Watkins Jr and Keith Wonderboy Johnson facilitate the celebration concert honoring Pastor Shawn Jones on 11/27/2017 at Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church of Montgomery, AL

I Will Rise Concert – SMBA August 28, 2011 At First Baptist Church of Conyers Part 1

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What an Awesome Concert of the Stone Mountain Baptist Association of Georgia and hosted by First Baptist Church of Conyers, GA and John Link Senior Minister of Music. special Guest Kirk Kirkland who created this music lead over seven churches of the SMBA and joined First Conyers Choir and Orchestra to sing the music created by the Kirklands and Judson Baptist Church, TN called “I Will Rise”.