Home Free – Ring of Fire (featuring Avi Kaplan of Pentatonix) [Johnny Cash Cover]



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Hope you enjoy Ring of Fire featuring our friend Avi Kaplan of Pentatonix! We had so much fun making this video with Avi and our wonderfully talented friends at FifGen Films. Enjoy!!

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Johnny Ballog “Days Are Grey” Cleveland, Ohio Roma



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This record was made in the late 1960s, Johnny Ballog passed away before the record came out. He was one of the most talented Roma from the Hungarian Gypsies in America.
visit www.gypsyvoilins.com for more pictures and videos of the Hungarian Slovak Gypsies in America by Steve Piskor

2000_12_17_AM_ Johnny Ramsey – Satan’s Preachers



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Sermon/lesson by the late Johnny Ramsey at the Royse City Church of Christ.

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Please note that prior to Feb. 18, 2001 the Sunday morning Bible class was presented first, followed by the Sunday morning assembly and sermon, as is commonly practiced. But starting on Feb. 18, 2001, the Sunday morning assembly and sermon is presented first, followed by Bible class.

(Most) original cassette recordings by Paul Edison. Digital conversion by Adam Humphreys in memory of Paul Edison who initially wanted to convert them.

18th Anniversary “A Prototype For The Poor” by Rev Johnny Youngblood



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This is the second of three services by Rev Johnny Ray Youngblood on July 24, 2012 at Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church for the celebration of Senior Pastor D.Z. Cofield’s 18th Anniversary at Good Hope MBC. This is the service from 10 a.m.

Rev. Dr. Johnny Ray Youngblood was born in the State of Louisiana and reared in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward. Johnny Ray Youngblood was licensed to preach at the age of 12. Now 64, Dr. Youngblood is the father of three sons Johnny Jernell, Joel Ray and Jason Royce, and grandfather to Donnalyn, Joshua, Jalen, Jordyn, Jasmine and Nicholas. His work is widely recognized and has earned him great respect for producing the phenomenal, by challenging the traditional and empowering oppressed people to achieve the impossible.

Dr. Youngblood’s commitment to the call for spiritual healing, racial parity, social justice, and economic equity for all people has garnered him national recognition as a prophet, preacher, national leader, public advocate, motivator, writer, and teacher. He is now, without a doubt, one of the leading theologians of his time. In the tradition of The Gospel, Rev. Youngblood has designed a socially relevant, thoughtfully crafted ministry that has touched and shaped the lives of men, women and children alike. One of the cornerstones of Rev. Youngblood’s ministry for which he is widely respected and recognized is his intentional ministry to Black men which challenges and empowers them to be strong leaders of our communities, Bible based vanguards who are politically aware, involved in social action as well as be the cord that bonds family.

In 1984, Rev. Youngblood founded the St. Paul Community Christian School (renamed The Johnny Ray Youngblood Academy in March 2007), which incorporated an elementary and middle school program, and maintained an average enrollment of 200+ students annually. Over the years he also collaborated with the East Brooklyn Congregationsto establish two public high schools, as well as provided support to the Trey Whitfield School and the George H. Murray Preparatory Academy, located at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church.

Dr. Youngblood received his Doctorate of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary inDayton, Ohio, where he studied as a Samuel D. Proctor Fellow. He earned his Master of Divinity degree from Colgate-Rochester Divinity School in Rochester, New York, and his Bachelor’s degree from Dillard University in New Orleans. He has been honored, esteemed and celebrated by many national organizations and institutions and was inducted into the prestigious Martin Luther King, Jr. Hall of Preachers at Morehouse College in Atlanta.

In June 2009, Dr. Youngblood retired as Senior Pastor of the St. Paul Community Baptist Church (SPCBC), located in the East New York section of Brooklyn, New Yorkafter 35 years of service. In 2011, he was called to serve in the same capacity at the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn — a role he was honored to assume in memory of one of his mentors, the late Rev. George H. Murray — Dr. Youngblood continues to serve as Executive Pastor of this congregation.

“When Johnny Comes Marching Home” Jazz Drumming – Michael Curtis Jr.



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Jazz Drums Organ Trio Featuring Kevin Burton B3 / Mick Vallentino Guitar / Michael Curtis Jr Drums I’m using a Gretsch Catalina Club Kit – 18′ 12″ 14″ and a 7″x 13″ D Drum bubinga snare. 21″ Zildjian Armand Ride, 18′ K Crash Ride, 16″ HHXtreme crash and 13″ 60’s Zildjian hats

Johnny Pope- The Young Man Who Became a Walking Cafeteria



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Johnny Pope preaching a message entitled “The Young Man Who Became a Walking Cafeteria” at Cleveland Baptist Church’s 5th annual Great Lakes Youth Conference, Wednesday night, August 4th, 2010. Bro. Pope is the pastor of the Christchurch Baptist Fellowship in Houston, Texas.

Johnny Rodriguez and Johnny Russell | Live at Church Street Station



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Welcome to Church Street Station, presented by the legendary Rex Allen Sr. Originally airing in 1988, it was recorded live at the The Cheyenne Saloon and Opera House’ located in Orlando, Florida. Church Street Station brings you the best live performances from all your country music favourites.

In this episode we have performances by: Johnny Rodriguez and Johnny Russell.

Johnny Rodriguez – How Could I Love Her So Much (0:50)
Johnny Russell – Got No Reason Now For Going Home (4:28)
Johnny Russell – Crystal Chandeliers (8:46)
Johnny Rodriguez – Desperado (11:59)
Johnny Rodriguez – She Don’t Cry Like She Used To (15:00)
Johnny Rodriguez – We’re Over (18:57)