Hoyt Axton and Jeany C. Riley | Live at Church Street Station



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In this episode we have performances by: Hoyt Axton and Jeany C. Riley

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.

Hoyt Wayne Axton was an American folk music singer-songwriter, and a film and television actor. He became prominent in the early 1960s, establishing himself on the West Coast as a folk singer with an earthy style and powerful voice. As he matured, some of his songwriting became well known throughout the world. Among them were “Joy to the World”, “The Pusher”, “No No Song”, “Greenback Dollar”, “Della and the Dealer” and “Never Been to Spain”. In this episode Mr Axton performs the popular singles “Boney Fingers”, “Evangelina” and “Wild Bull Rider” from the 1980 album release “A Rusty Old Halo” and lastly the smash hit “Joy to the World” which held the US No. 1 position for six weeks.

Jeannie C. Riley is an American country music and gospel singer best known for her 1968 country and pop hit “Harper Valley PTA”, became both a Billboard Country and Pop chart number one hit. In this episode Riley performs this hit record along with the album title track “Total Woman” released in 1984.

This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

ACA P-50 siren test, Pumping Station Park, Milwaukee, WI (Alert & Attack)



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This is the monthly test of the Milwaukee County tornado siren system. The siren shown is the ACA P-50 at Pumping Station Park in Milwaukee, WI. It sounded a minute and a half of alert, then went straight into 4 cycles of attack. The cycles were much longer than normal, which leads me to believe it was the “Fire” cycle. Regardless, it was a successful test. This siren previously had rotator issues, but is in perfect working order today. I met up with Sirens of SE WI to record this video, so be sure to go check out his page and videos! Like, comment, subscribe, enjoy! Map of Milwaukee County’s siren locations. Sirens are tested on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at noon, year round.

David Frizzell and Lorrie Morgan | 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: David Frizzell and Lorrie Morgan.

David Frizzell – Lost My Baby Blues (0:35)
Lorrie Morgan – Please, Mr. Please (3:33)
Lorrie Morgan – Love Is Fair (7:03)
David Frizzell – If You Got The Money Honey (10:17)
David Frizzell – Country Music Love Affair (13:23)
David Frizzell – No Way, José (17:08)

Mel Tillis and The Hagers | 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: The Hagers and Mel Tillis

Mel Tillis – Stay a Little Longer (02:25)
The Hagers – Hey, Good Lookin’ (05:00)
The Hagers – I Gotta Keep Rollin’ (06:56)
Mel Tillis – I Believe In You (08:54)
Mel Tillis – In The Middle Of The Night (11:47)
Mel Tillis – Detroit City (17:46)

The Hager Twins, also known as the Hager Brothers and The Hagers, were a duo of American country music singers and comedians who first gained fame on the TV series Hee Haw. They were identical twin brothers Jim (August 30, 1941—May 1, 2008) and Jon Hager (August 30, 1941—January 9, 2009).

Lonnie Melvin “Mel” Tillis is an American country music singer and songwriter. Although he recorded songs since the late 1950s, his biggest success occurred in the 1970s, with a long list of Top 10 hits.

Tillis’s biggest hits include “I Ain’t Never”, “Good Woman Blues”, and “Coca-Cola Cowboy”. On February 13, 2012, President Barack Obama awarded Tillis the National Medal of Arts for his contributions to country music. He also has won the CMA Awards’ most coveted award, Entertainer of the Year. He is also known for his speech impediment, which does not affect his singing voice. His daughter is country music singer Pam Tillis.

This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

Connie Smith and Kieran Kane | 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: Connie Smith and Kieran Kane

Connie Smith – I’m Only In It For The Love (0:24)
Kieran Kane – As Long As I’m Rockin’ With You (02:52)
Kieran Kane – We’re Gonna Have A Party (06:30)
Connie Smith – Because I Love You That’s Why (10:08)
Connie Smith – Did We Have To Come This Far (To Say Goodbye) (12:39)
Connie Smith – Right or Wrong (15:46)
Connie Smith – Once A Day (18:25)

Kieran Kane is an American country music artist, as well as the owner of Dead Reckoning Records, an independent record label. Between 1986 and 1990, he and Jamie O’Hara comprised The O’Kanes, a duo which charted seven singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles charts, including the Number One single “Can’t Stop My Heart from Loving You”

Connie Smith is an American country music artist. Active since 1964, Smith is widely considered to be one of the genre’s best female vocalists. She has earned 11 Grammy award nominations, 20 top ten Billboard country singles, and 31 charting albums, three of which have hit number one. On October 21, 2012, Smith became the 12th solo female vocalist and 19th woman to be elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame.

This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

The Osmond Brothers and Curtis Young | 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: The Osmond Brothers and Curtis Young

Curtis Young – Who Do You Know in California
Curtis Young – An American Trilogy
The Osmond Brothers – Taking Country to the City
The Osmond Brothers – Yes Ma’am
The Osmond Brothers – Where Does an Angel Go When She Cries
The Osmond Brothers – He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

Church Street Station was home to some of the most prestigious performances of Country artists throughout the 80’s, gaining popularity through being shown on the Nashville Network.

Known to many as Mr. Harmony, Curtis Young sings “An American Trilogy”, a song made up of three 19th Century songs; “Dixie”, “All My Trials” and “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “Who Do You Know in California”, a #11 hit for Eddy Raven in 1981.

The Osmonds are an American family music group with a long and varied career — a career that took them from singing barbershop music as children to achieving success as teen-music idols, from producing a hit television show to continued success as solo and group performers. The Osmonds are devout members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and their religious values have influenced their careers.

The Osmond family was not one single act, but a group of several. The Osmond Brothers began as a barbershop quartet consisting of brothers Alan, Wayne, Merrill and Jay Osmond. They were later joined by younger siblings Donny and Jimmy, both of whom enjoyed success as solo artists as well; with Donny, the band became known as The Osmonds, under which the band enjoyed its greatest pop success. Their only sister Marie, who rarely sang with her brothers at that time, launched a successful career in 1973, both as a solo artist and as Donny’s duet partner. A revival of the original Osmond Brothers lineup in the 1980s achieved moderate success in country music and continues to perform to the present day (with Jimmy having since replaced the semi-retired Alan and Wayne), as do Donny and Marie. Collectively, the family has sold 102 million records worldwide.

The siblings’ older brothers George Virl Osmond, Jr. (Virl) and Tom Osmond were born deaf and did not originally perform.[2] They made several television appearances in later years, most notably on the family Christmas specials in the 1970s. All of the Osmonds were born in Ogden, Utah except the youngest, Jimmy, who was born in Canoga Park, California.

This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

Earl Thomas Conley and Lloyd David Foster | 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: Earl Thomas Conley and Lloyd David Foster

Earl Thomas Conley – Too Hot Too Handle (0:26)
Lloyd David Foster – Unfinished Business (03:06)
Lloyd David Foster – Blue Rendezvous (06:26)
Earl Thomas Conley – Treadin’ Water (09:31)
Earl Thomas Conley – Angel in Disguise (13:44)
Earl Thomas Conley – Somewhere Between Right and Wrong (17:26)

Earl Thomas Conley is an American country music singer-songwriter. Between 1980 and 2003, he recorded ten studio albums, including seven for the RCA Records label. In the 1980s and into the 1990s, Conley also charted more than thirty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, of which eighteen reached Number One. Conley’s eighteen Billboard Number One country singles during the 1980s marked the most Number One hits by any artist in any genre during that decade except for Alabama and Ronnie Milsap.

Throughout his career, Conley’s music has been referred to as “thinking man’s country.” This is because the narrator looks into the heart and soul of his characters in each song.

Lloyd David Foster sings his 1983 Top 40 hit single “Unfinished
Business” which reached number 32 in the US Hot Country Songs chart and ‘Blue Rendezvous’ which reached number thirty two on the US Hot Country Singles chart in 1982.

This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

Live at Church Street Station: Tanya Tucker and H. McMillon



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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: Tanya Tucker and H. McMillon

Tanya Tucker – San Antonio Stroll (0:51)
H. McMillon – I Wouldn’t Change You If I Could (4:26)
H. McMillon – Drinkin’ On An Empty Heart (7:08)
Tanya Tucker – The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down (10:29)
Tanya Tucker – Texas (When I Die) (14:17)
Tanya Tucker – Delta Dawn (19:19)

Earl Thomas Conley | Country Music Legends | Live at Church Street Station



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Earl Thomas Conley singing some of his greatest hits live at Church Street Station at the Cheyenne Saloon in Orlando, Florida. ⬇️
0:02 – Too Hot To Handle
2:28 – Treadin’ Water
6:45 – Angel in Disguise
10:21 – Somewhere Between Right and Wrong
14:15 – Bad Bob
16:44 – Fire & Smoke
19:43 – This Ain’t No Way To Be
23:28 – Love Don’t Care

Porter Wagoner and R.C. Finnigan | 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: Porter Wagoner and R.C. Finnigan

Porter Wagoner – Ole Stewfoot (0:26)
Porter Wagoner – I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name (3:10)
R.C. Finnigan – Makin’ Love While It Rains (5:40)
R.C. Finnigan – Rollin’ To Toledo (8:13)
Porter Wagoner – Sugar Foot Rag (11:25)
Porter Wagoner – Louisiana Saturday Night (13:27)
Porter Wagoner – Satisfied Mind (15:30)
Porter Wagoner – Y’all Come (17:49)

RIP Mel Tillis | Country Music Legends | Live at Church Street Station



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Mel Tillis singing some of his greatest hits live at Church Street Station at the Cheyenne Saloon in Orlando, Florida. ⬇️
1:11 – Stay a Little Longer
3:34 – Good Woman Blues
4:59 – I Got the Hoss
6:56 – Burning Memories
8:59 – Send Me Down to Tuscon
11:02 – Rose of El Paso
14:50 – Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town
17:55 – I Believe in You
20:29 – In the Middle of the Night
25:55 – Detroit City

Lonnie Melvin Tillis (August 8, 1932 – November 19, 2017) was an American country music singer and songwriter. Tillis’ biggest hits include “I Ain’t Never”, “Good Woman Blues”, and “Coca-Cola Cowboy”.

In 1976, he was awarded Entertainer of the Year at Country Music Association Awards’ before being inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame later that year. In 2012 he was awarded the National Medal of Arts for his contributions to country music by President Barack Obama.

Tillis achieved chart-topping success with more than three dozen Top 10 hits and recorded more than 60 albums throughout his career. This included Top 10 country hits, “These Lonely Hands of Mine” and “She’ll Be Hanging Around Somewhere” and a Top 5 with “Heart Over Mind”, which peaked at No. 3 on the Hot Country Songs list in 1970.

In 1972, Tillis achieved his first chart-topper with his version of his song “I Ain’t Never” originally sung by Webb Pierce. Tills achieved most of his success under MGM Records with records such as “Heaven Everyday” (1970), “Commercial Affection” (1970), “Arms of a Fool” (1970), “Take My Hand” (a duet with Sherry Bryce in 1971), and “Brand New Mister Me” (1971). His biggest success with MCA Records started with a pair No. 1 hits in 1976, “Good Woman Blues” and “Heart Healer”. In addition to the close No. 1, “Neon Rose” reaching No. 3 and “Sawmill”, which reached No. 2 on the US Country Chart. Other hits Tillis had on MGM include “Stomp Them Grapes” (1974), “Memory Maker” (1974), “Woman in the Back of My Mind” (1975), and his version of “Mental Revenge” (1976). He achieved another No. 1 in 1978 with “I Believe In You” and once more in 1979 with “Coca-Cola Cowboy”.

Before Mel found fame he worked for the United States Air Force, end even spent time working on the railroad. He also dabbled in the film industry, appearing in W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings (1975), The Villain (1979), Smokey and the Bandit II (1980), and The Cannonball Run (1981).

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Old Station at Perkins Oklahoma



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This place is so special, and even more special are the couple that own it! What a great story of people that work hard to preserve a heritage and history of a place, a very huge highway decided to go around it.

Old Station ( a statuary and monument place now) used to be a texaco gas station during the 30’s and before that when it started, it had the largest variety of soda-pops and all kinds of stuff! And the history behind it is amazing, the things inside this store are amazingly breathtaking, if you are ever driving through Oklahoma, this place is a must visit, and must visit are the two great human beings that own this place – Jonna and David Crane.

I had the opportunity to shoot a video for them to submit for HGTV where they wanted to get the show hgtv’d to come and help them remodel their place, work place to be exact, i hope they get it ! and i am sure they will!

Shot on a Canon 7d and HVR-Z1U.