Gary and Megan



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“Who’s Your Daddy?” by Pastor Gary Kinnaman at Grace Walk Church 11-23-14



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Pastor Gary Kinnaman speaking at Grace Walk Church on “Who’s Your Daddy?” on Sunday, November 23rd, 2014.

Grace Walk Church Phoenix is a church located in Southwest Phoenix in the 85043 area code, near Tolleson, Avondale, and Laveen.
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Gary Clark Jr. – I Walk Alone (New Single) [Live at the Aztec Theatre] [2nd Night]



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October 28, 2018

At the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, TX

Gary Clark Jr. – Vocal/Guitar
Johnny Bradley – Bass
King Zapata – Guitar
Johnny Radelat – Drums
Jon Deas – Keys

New Songs:
Gary Clark Jr. – Gotta Get Into Something (Live)

Gary Clark Jr. – Low Down Rolling Stone (Live)

Gary Clark Jr. – Pearl Cadillac (Live)

Gary Clark Jr. – When I’m Gone (Live)

This is a new song from his next album “This Land,” which will be released on February 22nd.

The Ministry of Exorcisms – Father Gary Thomas



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Title of Talk // The Ministry of Exorcisms in the Roman Catholic Tradition of the 21st Century

The talk was given at Colorado State University in the Grand Ballroom of the Lory Student Center.

About // Fr. Gary Thomas, is a Vatican-certified, practicing exorcist. He was raised in San Francisco and is a long-time pastor in the Diocese of San Jose. In 2005, he was selected by his Bishop to attend a Vatican-sponsored course on exorcisms. The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist, (Doubleday, 2009), by journalist Matt Baglio describes his training under a master exorcist in Rome, and also gives readers an inside look of the Church’s use of the rite of exorcism, and its role in contemporary life.

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Funeral plans, Jeremiah Yocom, Gary Yocom, Redemption Road Church, Pentecostal music



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Between the pages of an old family bible, I found dates of births, deaths and old revivals. Then I came upon a page, it was written by a feeble hand. It said this is my last request and these are my funeral plans.

When I die, let me die speaking in tongues. Let it ring in my ears, all of these songs I’ve sung. Lord give me the strength to praise you, speak your name one more time. Then have your angels carry me over to the other side.

Lord I’ve lived a long life, now my race is run. I can’t wait to leave here, I’ve got nothing left undone. I’ve got everything in order, tell my children not to cry. I’ve left them a road map and they can meet me in the by and by.

Go tell my friends and neighbors not to weep for me. I’m gonna live forever, I’ve finally been set free. Go tell ’em not to mourn or to miss me when I’m gone. They can shout all around my grave side cause it ain’t me final home.

Reverend Gary Davis – Fingerstyle Blues Guitar Lesson in C



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Reverend Gary Davis Guitar Lesson in C

Reverend Gary Davis was a legendary figure in the world of acoustic blues, ragtime and gospel and influenced many guitarists such as Stefan Grossman and Ry Cooder. Althougb well versed in all styles of blues picking, he found religion in his thirties and was ordained as a minister, after which time he refused to play the ‘Devil’s music’.

In this video, I take a look at his basic technique when playing in the key of C, using ‘Cocaine Blues’ as an example. Gary Davis played a jumbo bodied Gibson and favored finger picks, which helped to amplify his sound when performing on the streets of Harlem, as was his habit when living in New York. It’s fair to say that Davis had no betters in this field, while other men that he mentored, such as Blind Boy Fuller, enjoyed much greater commercial success. Perhaps Blind Blake and Willie Walker were the only two guitarists to equal Davis, and of these, Blake’s playing was limited mostly to fast ragtime picking and didn’t have the range of the Reverend’s repertoire.

Davis’ guitar work was creative and complex, which was all the more impressive when we realize that he only used his thumb and forefinger to pick. His finger was nimble, and his picking thumb could move across all six strings producing a syncopated sound. A characteristic feature of the Reverend’s playing was the creation of fast single string runs picked with the thumb and forefinger.

In addition to discovering tunes through church presence, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of wood and copper circuitry prior to – in an unusual act of compassion – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which enabled Davis to obtain lessons from a regional artist. Absorbing any offered musical impact varying from the minstrel reveals to the circuses that went through Laurens, Davis showed an eager ear and fascination for all type of music – something that would be shown later on in his genre-hopping and flexible guitar playing. Soon, Davis was getting invites to dip into picnics and other public occasions and started establishing his variation of the fingerpicking strategy that would end up being called Piedmont design.

It might be argued that the chances were stacked versus Gary Davis who was born in 1896 in the South Carolina city of Laurens. Maturing in desperate hardship and the just one of 8 kids borne by his teenage mom Evelina to endure into their adult years, Davis ended up being blind at 3 weeks of age following ulcer of the eyes brought on by, inning accordance with Davis, the physician putting “alum and sweet milk in my eyes.” Other accounts recommend that Davis’ mom aimed to treat her infant child’s eye infection with lye soap however the truth stays that, in a nation where being either black, bad or blind put a soul at a drawback, being all 3 would need supreme willpower and durability on Davis’ part to get rid of the difficulties of life.

In the late 1920s, Davis lastly settled in Durham, North Carolina and ended up being a routine musical function on the city’s streets along with stints leading a band that used the local celebration circuit. Street musicianship in the United States was no simple flight though and, with theft from a blind individual viewed as a chance by regional petty lawbreakers, Davis started bring a handgun and a knife for his own defense – something that would sometimes cause his arrest and imprisonment. Throughout this time, Davis entered into contact with a unskilled and young guitarist called Fulton Allen – later on to be referred to as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the similarity Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually gained from the Reverend’s tutorage.

In addition to finding out tunes through church presence, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of lumber and copper electrical wiring prior to – in an uncommon act of generosity – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which permitted Davis to get lessons from a regional artist. Throughout this time, Davis came into contact with a unskilled and young guitar player called Fulton Allen – later on to be understood as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the likes of Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually benefitted from the Reverend’s tutorage. #acoustic #guitar #blues #lessons #fingerstyle #blues #guitar #acoustic #lessons #fingerstyle

Blues guitar – Cocaine Blues – Rev Gary Davis cover



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Another nod of respect to the old master….never touch the stuff myself, but known plenty who have.

Cheers
Jim

Picking blues guitar in a modern world is a curious thing to do. Even the very poorest of us in countries in the West are so much more well off than the old blues men who single handedly invented the soundthat was the basis of all jazz, rock and pop music of modern times. Even with the help of blues guitar tabs, it’s tough for us to grasp that spirit. The basic beat evidently {came from Africa, but today’s African music is broader in rhythmic variation and complexity, so how did that happen? It is likely that early ‘guitars’ were simple single stringed instruments put together from a cigar box, or something like that. It wasn’t possible to make music of a really complex nature, and mostly produced a musical ‘thunk’, with hardly any variation in melody.

Perhaps the rhythmic tempo of the blues became more drum like, which might explain why the monotonous thumb strike way of playing was popular. In this style of picking guitar, the beat was less complex and the thumb strike took the place of a drum beat. In those difficult years, a skilful player would play a monotonic bass pattern which just happened to be at the same beat as a man’s heart. This ensured that the music would have an emotional appeal and didn’t have to be intellectually understood, or be musically complex.

It might be argued that the chances were stacked versus Gary Davis who was born in 1896 in the South Carolina city of Laurens. Maturing in desperate hardship and the just one of 8 kids borne by his teenage mom Evelina to make it through into their adult years, Davis ended up being blind at 3 weeks of age following ulcer of the eyes triggered by, inning accordance with Davis, the medical professional putting “alum and sweet milk in my eyes.” Other accounts recommend that Davis’ mom attempted to treat her infant kid’s eye infection with lye soap however the reality stays that, in a nation where being either black, bad or blind positioned a soul at a downside, being all 3 would need supreme willpower and durability on Davis’ part to get rid of the obstacles of life.

In the late 1920s, Davis lastly settled in Durham, North Carolina and ended up being a routine musical function on the city’s streets along with stints leading a band that used the local celebration circuit. Street musicianship in the United States was no simple trip though and, with theft from a blind individual viewed as a chance by regional petty lawbreakers, Davis started bring a handgun and a knife for his own defense – something that would sometimes cause his arrest and imprisonment. Throughout this time, Davis entered contact with a unskilled and young guitarist called Fulton Allen – later on to be referred to as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the similarity Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually taken advantage of the Reverend’s tutorage.

Brief stints at boarding school – with Davis, in hallmark straight-talking style, stopping due to the fact that he didn’t like the food – led him to go back to his household’s farm till the age of 21 prior to he began taking a trip from town to town and playing on street corners. Upon his arrival in the town of Greenville, Davis succumbed to his uncle’s guest Mary Hendrix and a few months later on the set were wed. The couple continued to take a trip prior to the marital relationship soured and ended leaving Davis to participate in a duration of recklessness and roaming – sustaining later on unofficial claims that Davis had actually fathered numerous kids throughout this time.

In addition to discovering tunes through church presence, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of lumber and copper electrical wiring prior to – in an uncommon act of compassion – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which permitted Davis to obtain lessons from a regional artist. Taking in any offered musical impact varying from the minstrel reveals to the circuses that went through Laurens, Davis displayed an eager ear and fascination for all sort of music – something that would be shown later on in his genre-hopping and flexible guitar playing. Soon, Davis was getting invites to dip into picnics and other public occasions and started establishing his variation of the fingerpicking method that would end up being referred to as Piedmont design. #acoustic #guitar #blues #lessons #fingerstyle #blues #guitar #acoustic #lessons #fingerstyle

Azazel Leader of the Watchers – Book of Enoch- Gary Wayne – Genesis 6 Conspiracy-NowYouSeeTV



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Gary Wayne- Azazel Leader of the Watchers – Book of Enoch- Genesis 6 Conspiracy-NowYouSeeTV
Author ( Gary Wayne ) and Now You See TV’s (Jon Pounders) discuss a chapter in the ” Genesis 6 Conspiracy” about the leader of the Angelic rebellion in Genesis 6. Giants, Nephilim, aliens and all mythical creatures are descendant from these Archons.

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Hesitation Blues – Gary Davis – Jim Bruce Acoustic Blues Guitar Lessons



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The latest blues guitar lesson I produced is Hesitation Blues by Reverend Gary Davis. Although there are loads of versions of this song, not too many of them hit the mark like the Reverend’s work.

One of the hall marks of his playing is the two finger picking, which he has in common with other formidable blues guitar pickers such as Broonzy, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Mance Lipscombe and Doc Watson. With all of these guitarists, the music sounds fluid and syncopated – this is our goal as modern guitarists, ‘How do we get that sound?’

Always, the sense of pace found in this wonderful music is a challenge, and also the level of dexterity required. It’s best to use two fingers like Davis did. Often, two fingers change the feel and timing, making it too pretty. In fact, that is probably one of the worst things we do to these old picking styles, adapting them to modern playing techniques and making it just too pretty and intricate.

That said, it’s a bit tough for us, trying to emulate the blues guitar legends, and they might either be urging us on, or rolling in their graves! It’s difficult for us to try to do because we are just trying to be ‘bluesy’ in our modern world – these guys WERE ‘the blues’. Keep it real.

Have a lot of fun and take it easy.

Cheers
Jim

In addition to finding out tunes through church participation, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of wood and copper circuitry prior to – in an uncommon act of compassion – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which enabled Davis to get lessons from a regional artist. Throughout this time, Davis came into contact with a unskilled and young guitar player called Fulton Allen – later on to be understood as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the likes of Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually benefitted from the Reverend’s tutorage.

In 1934, following a reconciliation of sorts with his mom, Davis experienced something of a spiritual awakening and, throughout the months of his mom’s decreasing health preceeding her death from a heart condition, he would discover how to count on God’s love to obtain him through. Whilst dates are rather questionable, it appears that Davis was ordained as a minister at Free Will Baptist Connection Church in Washington, North Carolina in 1937 leading him to integrate his newly found enthusiasm for God with his substantial capabilities as a blues guitar player to produce a few of the most vibrant gospel music ever taped.

Brief stints at boarding school – with Davis, in hallmark straight-talking style, giving up since he didn’t like the food – led him to go back to his household’s farm till the age of 21 prior to he began taking a trip from town to town and playing on street corners. Upon his arrival in the town of Greenville, Davis succumbed to his uncle’s guest Mary Hendrix and a few months later on the set were wed. The couple continued to take a trip prior to the marital relationship soured and ended leaving Davis to participate in a duration of recklessness and roaming – sustaining later on unofficial claims that Davis had actually fathered a number of kids throughout this time.

In the late 1920s, Davis lastly settled in Durham, North Carolina and ended up being a routine musical function on the city’s streets along with stints leading a band that used the local celebration circuit. Street musicianship in the United States was no simple flight though and, with theft from a blind individual viewed as a chance by regional petty lawbreakers, Davis started bring a handgun and a knife for his own security – something that would periodically result in his arrest and imprisonment. Throughout this time, Davis entered contact with a unskilled and young guitarist called Fulton Allen – later on to be referred to as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the similarity Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually gained from the Reverend’s tutorage.

In addition to discovering tunes through church presence, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of wood and copper electrical wiring prior to – in an uncommon act of compassion – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which enabled Davis to obtain lessons from a regional artist.

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Gospel With Gary presents Gary’s favorite bass singers



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Welcome to Gospel with Gary. In this video I’m featuring some of my all time favorite bass singers in southern gospel music. Please subscribe to my channel, like the video and comment! Let me know who you agree with, disagree with, who should have made this list. (I could have made this a multi-hour project with all my favorites so narrowing it down was difficult) These are in no particular order. Hope you enjoy

1-Big Chief Wetherington (Statesmen quartet)
2- George Younce (The Cathedrals)
3- Tim Duncan (Ernie Haase & signature sound)
4-Burman Porter (Dove Brothers & Freedom Quartet)
5-Daniel Ashmore (Old Paths)
6-Richard Sterban (Stamps and The Oak Ridge Boys)
7-Harold Reid (Statler Brothers)
8- Gene McDonald (The Florida Boys)
9-Jeff Pearles (Palmetto State Quartet & Old time gospel hour)
10- JD Sumner (JD Sumner & the stamps & Masters 5)
11-Tracy Stuffle (The Perrys)
12- Jeff Chapman (Kingdom Heirs)
13-Will Lane (The Anchormen)
14-Tim Riley (Gold City)
15-Tennessee Ernie Ford
16- Ian Owens (Soul’d Out Quartet)
17-Ken Turner (Blackwood Brothers)

Honorable mentions that did not appear in the video: Ray Reese of the Kingsmen Quartet, Marlin Shubert and Mike Holcomb both of the Inspirations, Aaron Mccune formerly of Gold City and Anchormen, Matt Fouch and Glenn Dustin both of Legacy Five

Abandoned City United Methodist Church | Gary Indiana | July 2017



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Perhaps one of the most iconic abandoned structures in Gary, City United Methodist Church was once the pride of the community. Built in 1925, the classic Gothic edifice was the result of an ambitious priest backed by U.S. Steel dollars. But the huge structure would burden the church with enormous maintenance costs for decades, and when Gary’s population declined in the 1960s and 70s the church struggled to make ends meet.

When the parishioners left town, so too did the dollars. Now one of the most photographed churches in Indiana, City United Methodist sits exposed and crumbling since it was abandoned nearly forty years ago.

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Official 2017 Night to Shine Highlight Video featuring Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts



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EXCLUSIVE: Be the FIRST to see the Official 2017 Night to Shine Highlight Video featuring Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts. Thank you so much to our good friend, Gary, for the incredible, never-before-heard song, “Night to Shine,” dedicated to all of our kings & queens of #NightToShine…

Learn more on how YOU can help us grow the movement of Night to Shine – www.timtebowfoundation.org/index.php/the-movement/

Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and above. At the 2017 event, held on February 10, 375 host churches in all 50 states and 11 countries on 6 continents, came together with 150,000 volunteers to celebrate 75,000 kings and queens of the prom.
Night to Shine has grown 850% since the inaugural event in 2015. We invite you to be part of helping this event continue to grow at such an amazing rate so that we can reach thousands more honored guests next year!

Music: Night to Shine by Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts
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