The 85 South Show Huntsville Roast Session with Karlous Miller DC Young Fly and Chico Bean



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The 85 South Show makes a stop at Stand Up Live in Huntsville Alabama to make the people laugh. It’s a classic roast session with Chico Bean, Karlous Miller, and DC Young Fly.

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Jason Aldean – Fly over States (Official Video)



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When Pigs Fly Week 1: Deliverance with Craig Groeschel



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Life.Church Worship: I’ll Fly Away



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Wherever you are in life, you have a purpose. Life.Church wants to help you find your next step. Our hope is that your journey will include joining us at a Life.Church location throughout the United States or globally online at Find locations, videos, and more info about us at or download the Life.Church app at

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The Original Chuck Wagon Gang – I’ll Fly Away (1948).



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(Written by Albert E. Brumley in 1929 and Published in 1932…One of the earliest Recordings was by the Selah Jubilee Singers in 1941…Also Recorded by James & Martha Carson in 1950…The CWG Version in 1948 Released August 1949 sold over ONE MILLION copies and Ranks among the Top Selling Gospel Records of ALL-TIME)

Recorded 16 December 1948 possibly WBAP Studios,Blackstone Hotel,601 Main St.,Fort Worth,TEXAS or Clifford Herring Sound Studio,1705 W.7th. St,Fort Worth or Sellers Studio,905 Main St.,Dallas,TEXAS.

Rosa Lola Lee “Rose” Carter Karnes (soprano vcl),Effie Juanita “Anna” Carter Gordon (alto vcl),David P. “Dad” Carter (tenor vcl),Ernest “Jim” Carter (bass vcl/gt).

(Group Formed by D.P. “Dad” Carter,his Wife Carrie & Three Children,Rose,Anna & Ernest calling themselves the “Carter Quartet”……Started Their Career at a Small Radio Station (KFYO Lubbock) in 1935…Moving to a much larger Radio Station in Fort Worth TX they Inherited the name “The Chuck Wagon Gang”…..With Minor changes in Personnel they Recorded And Toured for over 50 Years

The House Of Blues Roast Session w/ DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller & Chico Bean in New Orleans Pt. 1



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The 85 South Show sold out The House Of Blues on Decatur St in New Orleans and gave them people a show like they’ve never seen. D.C. Young Fly and Karlous Miller got the band back together to show respect to the city of New Orleans and it’s rich musical history.

You know Chico Bean pulled up droppin classics like “The Beignet Man” and ” Deep Inside” and the squad keeps ever laughing with freestyles, roasts, stand-up comedy, improv all with a New Orleans flavor…ya heard me?

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Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)



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Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) · Frank Sinatra

Quincy: A Life Beyond Measure

℗ 1964 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

Released on: 2018-09-21

Producer: Sonny Burke
Composer Lyricist: Bart Howard

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My early impressions of Fly Inside XP



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Here I do a couple touch and gos and talk about how Fly Inside has completely changed the way I do flight simulation.

Thanks to Bambino Games. I didn’t know in home VR flight simulation was possible until I saw his videos.

After watching I immediately ordered the parts to built this PC:
NZXT S340 Razer Edition
ASUS Z270E STRIX Motherboard
ASUS STRIX GTX1080
i7 7700K @ 5ghz
16GB Ram
525GB M.2 SSD
Oculus Rift

Flight Sim setup:
Saitek Cessna Pro Flight Yoke and throttle quardant
Saitek Cessna Trim wheel
CH ProPedals

Faster Than My Angels Can Fly



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Faster Than My Angels Can Fly · Eric Church

Caldwell County EP

℗ 2009 Capitol Records Nashville

Released on: 2011-01-01

Producer: Jay Joyce
Composer Lyricist: Michael P. Heeney
Composer Lyricist: Eric Church

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PETRA – Gonna Fly Away



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Petra is one of the most successful Christian rock bands ever, a veritable institution whose name (taken from the Greek word for “rock”) has come to reflect not only their music, but their staying power as well, even in spite of Christian radio’s reluctance to program their brand of loud, slick arena-rock. Petra was formed in 1972 by guitarist Bob Hartman, who was attending the Christian Training Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana at the time; he recruited several fellow students — guitarist/vocalist Greg Hough, bassist John DeGroff, and drummer Bill Glover — to his cause, and the group began playing around the Fort Wayne area with backing from their school.

Petra encountered early resistance to the very idea of Christian rock from many local churches, who held that the rock & roll sound was inherently evil; nevertheless, the group proved popular with younger Christians, and was signed to the Word Records subsidiary Myrrh in 1973. Their self-titled debut was released in 1974, and was more similar to the California country-rock of the Eagles than to the arena-rock that would dominate most of their career. The follow-up, Come and Join Us, did not appear until 1977, but it featured strong contributions from lead vocalist Greg Volz, as well as a harder-rocking sound.

Petra’s lineup fluctuated over the next several years; in spite of the instability, they managed to record their first breakthrough effort, Washes Whiter Than, in 1979, which featured the Christian radio hit “Why Should the Father Bother.” When the dust finally settled, the group consisted of Hartman, Volz, keyboardist John Slick, bassist Mark Kelly, and drummer Louie Weaver. The albums Never Say Die (1981), More Power to Ya (1982), and Not of This World (1983) did much to popularize the group, and in 1984, they were rewarded with a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Gospel Group and two Dove Award nominations (the first of many). For 1985’s Beat the System, ex-Joe English Band keyboardist John Lawry replaced Slick; in 1986, Greg Volz left Petra for a solo career, and former Head East singer John Schlitt assumed vocal duties for Back to the Street. 1987’s This Means War marked a successful transition to a less polished brand of rock & roll; subsequent efforts like 1988’s On Fire!, which debuted bassist Ronny Cates, brandished a heavier guitar onslaught in the wake of Stryper’s success as a Christian metal band, although Petra never neglected their trademark lush ballads. Petra has soldiered on through the 1990s with few signs of slowing down; 1995 saw Lawry replaced by Jim Cooper, as well as the addition of guitarist David J. Lichens. Subsequent efforts include 1998’s God Fixation and 2000’s Double Take. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide