Jesse Turner from Siggno almost fights a dude in the crowd! #Siggno Mi Mudo Se Acabo
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Music video by Josh Turner performing Long Black Train. (C) 2002 MCA Nashville, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Lisa Marie & Melody (My Cuz)
A tribute to Grant Turner and George D. Hay and the Grand Ole Opry
Originally called the WSM Barn Dance. Named the Grand Ole Opry by announcer George D. Hay (the Solemn Old Judge) in 1925. The show consisted of performances of country stars of the day, and was carried by WSM radio up until 1939, when NBC carried the show.
The Grant Turner Story
Jesse Granderson Grant Turner, Texas-born Voice of the Grand Ole Opry, served on that shows announcing staff for forty-seven years and is currently the only announcer/disc jockey to be elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Growing up in Baird, Texas, near Abilene, Turner was the son of a banker and grandson of a rancher. While still in high school, he performed on Abilenes KFYO as Ike And His Guitar in 1928 and first announced for that station in the same year. Turner majored in journalism at college and worked for Texas and Louisiana newspapers during the 1930s, but he returned to radio announcing in 1940 at KFRO in Longview, Texas. In Sherman he held his last Texas radio job, and then moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1942.
Turner rode an all-night bus to Nashville and auditioned for WSM, where he joined the staff on D-Day, the day the Allies invaded Europe in World War II, June 6, 1944. There he first announced early-morning programs, but a few months later joined George D. Hays staff of Saturday night Grand Ole Opry announcers. Turner got what he called the big prize when he became announcer for R. J. Reynoldss NBC network half hour of the Grand Ole Opry, in the late 1940s: the Prince Albert Show, piped weekly to some 170 stations and some 10 million listeners by 1953. In the early 1950s he hosted WSMs Mr. DJ, USA program, featuring guest DJs from around the nation, and in the mid-1950s became the third regular announcer for Ernest Tubbs WSM Midnight Jamboree, a job Turner held until 1977
Turners musical recordings were few and forgettable: four duets with Helen Carter for the Nashville-based Tennessee and Republic labels in 19511952, and four solo numbers for Chart Records in 19641965. Turner also made spoken-word LP recordings, including one personal Opry memoir in 1980 for CVS Records.
The genial Turner for years hosted the pre-Opry Grand Ole Opry Warmup Show—spinning records and taking requests on the Opry House stage—and worked Friday and Saturday night Opry shows, besides the summer matinees, until the night before he died. Known for his diction, ingratiating personality, and professionalism, Turner was one of three original members to join the Country Disc Jockey Hall of Fame, in 1975, operated by the Federation of International Country Air Personalities. He joined the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1981. – Ronnie Pugh
– Adapted from the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museums Encyclopedia of Country Music, published by Oxford University Press.
Chick-Fil-A is famous for a simple response, “It’s My Pleasure.” In Season 3 episode 2, Dee Ann Turner the VP of Enterprise Social Responsibility at Chick-Fil-A and author of;It’s My Pleasure: The Impact of Extraordinary Talent and a Compelling Culture, reveals where it came from and the secrets behind Chick-fil-A’s revolutionary business model;Turner believes talent offers competitive advantage in any organization, and companies that recognize the value of individuals can succeed not just ethically, but financially as well. In addition to serving on the boards of the Kenya Project and Proverbs 31 ministry, the married mother of three is also active with a variety of family-focused missions that support women and children;
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We covered a ton of ground in our discussion to help with this learning process, including: – Where “It’s My Pleasure” comes from – 3 keys to getting employees to stay at an organization – The keys to leadership at Chick-Fil-A – Why purpose is so critical in business – Why every company is really in the people business – Why it’s so important to remember the foundation of what success was built on – Why humility is so important in business and teams – What core principles Chick-Fil-A looks for in talent? – How to look for service prior to hiring someone – Why a leadership track record is so important This podcast is brought to you by LearnLoft.com. Their purpose is to teach the modern professional how to add value to their organization and the world.
Catie Turner sings “Take Me To Church” by Hozier for her Top 14 performance in front of a live audience and Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie on American Idol 2018.
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AMERICAN IDOL, the iconic series that revolutionized the television landscape by pioneering the music competition genre, will return to airwaves on SUNDAY, MARCH 11 at 8|7c, at its new home on ABC.
The nationwide search for the next superstar kicked off in August 2017, as the Idol Bus traveled from Portland, Oregon, to Orlando, Florida, in its pursuit for talent, covering 23 cities across the country. Auditioning was made easier than ever as hopefuls also had the opportunity to submit audition videos online, as well as via select social media platforms using an official tag, #TheNextIdol, cultivating over 300,000 posts. Also, for the first time in “American Idol” history, hopefuls had the opportunity to audition through a livestream platform.
Helping to determine who America will ultimately vote for to become the next singing sensation, are music industry forces and superstar judges, Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie. Emmy® Award-winning host and producer Ryan Seacrest will return as host of the beloved series.
Elder Lawrence R. Turner, Jr. – “The Appointed Time” Hebrews 9:27 brings forth the eulogy for Mr. Mose Williams, Sr. at his home going celebration. Mt. Olive AME Zion Church Durham, NC Dr. Reginald Broadnax, Pastor
Arranged and Performed by Steven Turner on the 1948/1973 Moller Organ at First United Methodist Church, Thomasville, Georgia
The Rev. J. Lawrence Turner
Pastor of Mississippi Blvd. Christian Church, Memphis, TN
Rev. J. Lawrence Turner, by the divine providence of God, accepted the Call to serve as the Senior Pastor of Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Memphis, TN on January 13, 2013. For seven years prior to coming to Mississippi Boulevard, his pastoral assignment was the Community Baptist Church in New Haven, Connecticut. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, the Rev. Turner is a 2003 magna cum laude graduate of Fisk University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Yale University Divinity School and was awarded the prestigious H.H. Tweedy Prize for exceptional promise for pastoral leadership. Currently, the Rev. Turner is pursuing the Doctor of Ministry degree in Transformative Leadership at the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School in Rochester, NY.
Ra Ra Riot – Hounds of Love
Recorded Live – Turner Hall – Milwaukee, WI
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Summary: This was a very special collection of bands — Delta Spirit and Ra Ra Riot (who traded headlining spots all week), Nathaniel Rateliff, Free Energy and Pearly Gate Music — and the only Barnstormer tour that kept the same lineup every night of the tour. It was filled with old friends and a couple of bands who had been buddies for a while as well.
We started the tour in West Liberty, Iowa, on a pretty perfect late spring night and then moved on to the first tour show we ever did in a legitimate venue, the always great Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee. From there we ran into a strange snag, with the venue we were supposed to be using in Wisconsin pulled out from beneath us the night before the show by local authorities who had previously granted us permission to but the show on. We moved the show to the Walworth County Fairgrounds in Elkhorn, WI in the 11th hour and had a great night there — playing Whiffle ball on the grounds pre-show. We then traveled to what became our favorite new barn in Monticello, Ill., just outside of Champaign. Definitely the best night of the tour thus far and it’s evident in the recordings that the bands were on fire. The final night in Maquoketa, IA, site of Codfish Hollow, the energy and performances were doubled from the night before, with numerous sing-a-longs and guest appearances in sets. This was the first tour that we ended here and now it’s the rule for a reason.
Siggno performing Yolanda with Jaime De Anda Y Los Chamacos live at the Fiesta in Lubbock, TX on 11/23/11!!!! Thanksgiving dance with Jaime Y Los Chamacos!!!!
Headlining the first Country Fest, Mr. Josh Turner.
Pastor Kyle Turner’s message on never giving up through the trials in life and how God uses our problems to produce what He has called us to be. This message references the scripture: James 1:2-4
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In this video Pastor Kyle Turner talks on the making through though times for what god wants to produce in us. This is a message sermon from city light church in las vegas, nv. This church meets in las vegas. This is a Las Vegas church called City Light.
Shot 1: Tight shot on flood waters rampaging through trees with housing in background.
Shot 2: Wide shot showing flood waters raging through Turner Falls State Park.
Shot 3: Wide shot, different angle, flood waters running through buildings in Turner Falls State Park.
Shot 4: Tight shot, shows flood waters destroying a wooden fence.
Shot 5: Tight shot on uprooted tree as very heavy rain falls.
Shot 6: Tight shot on flood waters rushing through Turner Falls State Park.
Shot 7: Tight shot, different angle on flood waters racing through Turner Falls State Park.
Shot 8: Video from Hwy 77 showing water rushing through Cross Timbers church camp with people in background.
Shot 9: Video from Hwy 77 showing water rushing through Cross Timbers church camp with people in background.
Shot 10: Turner falls gushing with incredible amounts of water.
My God. My Guide. with Liz Turner from The Cause Church in Kansas City, Missouri at Copper Pointe Church.