Wendy Williams “apologizes” to the Clark Sisters after shading them

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Wendy Williams faced some serious backlash from the gospel community after shading the legendary Gospel group The Clark Sisters. Wendy congratulated Snoop Dogg for his #1 gospel record, while dissing the Clark sisters. She said it is time for the Clark Sisters to “step up their game”, implying that they have done nothing in their career (The Clark Sisters won Grammys, sold millions of records, and had the number one gospel album multiple times). Kirk Franklin, Tasha Cobbs, and Kierra Sheard spoke out in defense of the beloved group…which forced Wendy Williams to backtrack on her statements. Wendy released a statement on Instagram and invited the group to perform on her show.

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Stephen Jeffries (arr Lee Williams): Gloucester Cathedral Chime

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Phillip Sear plays an 1891 piano transcription (in the form of a short set of variations) by Charles Lee Williams of a chime written by Stephen Jeffries, organist of Gloucester Cathedral 1680-1712.
Imitations of church bells were common in late Victorian British salon music, but this is an altogether more serious undertaking. For centuries, Gloucester Cathedral (in England) has had a set of chimes (tunes played on the cathedral bells by an automated chime machine). In 1891 there were four tunes, played by a machine built in 1764 and in use as recently as 1974. Charles Lee Williams was at that time Cathedral organist, and decided to make piano transcriptions of them. This one is set as a series of short variations, starting in early-Baroque style, but concluding (startlingly) in a bravura variation in the style of Mendelssohn. Lee Williams’s successor as organist, Herbert Brewer, subsequently arranged Williams’ transcriptions for organ. You can hear all four of the chimes – played on bells in Charlotte, North Carolina – here: . And if you would like to hear the Jeffries chime at Gloucester Cathedral, you can hear it every Tuesday at 9.00am, 1.00pm and 5.00pm. The four chimes transcribed by Lee Williams have been joined by three others, two of which were used in mediaeval times. Further details here:
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Williams & Ree – I Love Fat Women

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As well as being one of the most well known and longest running country music shows, Church Street Station was home to many great live recordings of some of the most popular country artists.

Williams & Ree give a humorous performance to their audience with Williams’ song “I Love Fat Women.”

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

Wendy Williams Husband Kevin Hunter Didn’t Help Brother Save His Daughter From A Pedophile

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Keith Edmonds(Wendy Williams husband Kevin Hunter’s brother) reached out to us to tell his story. Keith’s daughter was taken from him by his daughter’s mother. The mother had Keith’s daughter around a pedophile. Keith in desperation spoke to his brother Kevin about paying for a lawyer to save his daughter. Kevin Hunter told Keith he would help but never helped at all nor did he give an explanation. Keith stated Wendy Williams was very helpful to him in the past but didn’t understand why his brother would do this to him.

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I’ve lived as a man & a woman — here’s what I learned | Paula Stone Williams | TEDxMileHigh

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If you’re a man, at one point or another you’ve probably thought to yourself, “I will never understand women!” And if you’re a woman, “what’s wrong with men?!” But your gender is all you’ve ever known, so how could you understand? As a transgender woman, Paula Stone Williams has lived on both sides, “and the differences are massive!” In this funny and insightful talk, Paula shares her wisdom for all. Reverend Dr. Paula Stone Williams is the president of RLT Pathways, Inc., a non-profit providing counseling and coaching services. She works with the Center for Progressive Renewal, serves on the board of the Gay Christian Network, and is an active member at Highlands Church in Denver. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Denver Post, and Colorado Public Radio, and is a blogger for The Huffington Post. She is an avid runner and mountain biker with three children and five granddaughters. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

I’ve Learned To Lean (DVD) – Lee Williams & The Spiritual QC’s, “Love Will Go All The Way”

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Lee Williams & The Spiritual QC’s – Love Will Go All The Way DVD Release Date: June 2, 1998 Lee Williams and the Spiritual QC’s bring their energetic live …

Your Grace and Mercy by the Mississippi Mass Choir featuring Frank Williams

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I’m back with another YouTube Gospel video. The year 1993 was somewhat of a bittersweet year for the Mississippi. They came out with yet another album, entitles “It Remains to be Seen”, which has many great songs on the album. Unfortunately, in March of 1993, the choir was met with the untimley passing of their founder, Franklin Delano Williams, who was also the older brother of Doug and Melvin Williams. Yet, years after his passing, the Mississippi Mass Choir has continued to enjoy much success, and we thank God for Frank Williams’ dedication. The song posted here is a very popular song sung by Mr. Williams named “Your Grace and Mercy” I do not own this song nor am I doing this for monetary gains or publicity. The lyrics are on the video for those who want to follow or learn the song. I hope you enjoy this tribute to the founder of this great choir. God Bless

Pastor Joseph L. Williams Singing Through the Years

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Congregation & Choir Joins Pastor Dr. Joseph L Williams Singing
Song: Through the Years
Location: Salem Bible Church – Atlanta, Georgia
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Tom T. Hall and Williams & Ree | Live at Church Street Station

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In this episode we have performances by: Tom T. Hall and Williams & Ree

1. Tom T. Hall – I Like Beer (0:40)
2. Williams & Ree – I Love Fat Women (04:21)
3. Tom T. Hall – Ravishing Ruby (11:15)
4. Tom T. Hall – The Year Clayton Delaney Died (13:50)
5. Tom T. Hall – (Old Dogs, Children and) Watermelon Wine (16:45)

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.

Thomas “Tom T.” Hall is an American country music songwriter, singer, novelist, and short-story writer. He has written 11 No. 1 hit songs, with 26 more that reached the Top 10, including the No. 1 international pop crossover smash “Harper Valley PTA” and the hit “I Love”, which reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. He became known to fans as “The Storyteller,” thanks to his storytelling skills in his songwriting.

Bruce Williams and Terry Ree, often billed as “The Indian and the White Guy”, are a pair of American comedians. Since the late 1960s, they have performed throughout the United States.

Williams and Ree first met in 1968 at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota, as members of a band who filled time between songs with comedy sketches. Their humor soon became more popular than their music. Much of the duo’s banter plays upon the stereotypes held of Native-Americans.

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

How I Got Over – Frank Williams Sings (June 25, 1947-March 22, 1993)

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Frank Williams Sings (June 25, 1947-March 22, 1993) Release Date: June 22, 1993

There is just so much to say about a man whose legacy will withstand the test of time. A man whose love for the Lord needs no other description except for his life’s work. Franklin Delano Williams was such a man. He was a man of kindness, compassion, depth, wisdom, direction, spirituality and love.

The road down gospel music stardom started for Frank at the young age of five. He was born and raised in the small town of Smithdale, Mississippi. Who would have ever thought that young Frank Williams would grow up to become one of gospel music’s most renowned artists, producers, and promotion executives.

Frank’s career as an artist included the following groups: The Southern Gospel Singers, The Williams Brothers, and The Jackson Southernaires. Frank was a member of the first two groups during the late ’50s and the early ’60s. He and his brother Huey united with The Jackson Southernaires in 1964. At that time the group was signed with Duke/Peacock Records. Their first recording Too Late became one of the company’s biggest sellers. From 1972-1975, the group was signed to the ABC/Dunhill label where their two albums, Look Around and Save My Child were both charted nationally. Since the group desired to be closer to home, they signed with Malaco Records of Jackson, Mississippi. With this merging, a pivotal point in the lives of both Frank and The Southernaires was reached.

The Southernaires became the standard bearer for Malaco Gospel music with the release of their album Down Home. Other albums followed that propelled their career into the main spotlight. The group soon went on to receive a Grammy nomination for Teddy Bear (1979), nominations from the Stellar Awards and The Gospel Music Workshop of America as Traditional Male Group of The Year (1985-1986), the GMWA Traditional Male Group of The Year (1987-1989), and a Stellar Award for the same category (1989).

In 1979, Frank became the Executive Producer and Director of Gospel Promotion at Malaco Records and remained there until his homegoing. One of his accolades was the forming of the Mississippi Mass Choir in 1988. Five weeks after the release of their first album, Billboard Magazine certified it as the Number One Spiritual Album in the country. The choir has gone on to collect most every major award possible.

Notwithstanding every major accomplishment, Frank considered his acceptance of Jesus Christ as the highlight of his life. According to Frank, “Nothing else is even in the Top-Forty”.


Call of the Champions – John Williams Conducting the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

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John Williams conducts the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, and International Children’s Choir in performing the 2002 Winter Olympic theme song “Call of the Champions” during the Cultural Olympiad concert, February 9, 2002. “Call of the Champions” was composed by John Williams for the 2002 Olympic Games.
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“Citius, Altius, Fortius!” That was the soaring sound that was heard during the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Those three Latin words, meaning “Faster, Higher, Stronger,” echoed throughout millions of homes as people around the world tuned in to watch those games. “Call of the Champions” was a spectacular collaboration that inspired hearts and lifted spirits of a nation still reeling from the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performed the national anthem at the opening ceremonies, which included a tribute using the flag that was flown at Ground Zero.

In his fourth time composing music for the Olympic games, famed composer John Williams was excited to know that he would have the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to distinguish the piece from previous compositions, saying, “I was like a giddy child working with them, I loved it.” This resulted in a thrilling five-minute work involving chorus and orchestra. Conducted by Williams, the Utah Symphony and the Choir performed the song at the opening ceremonies. It is featured on the albums American Journey by John Williams and the Choir’s album Spirit of America.

The Olympic games in Salt Lake City were the most watched Olympics ever at the time and are now third on the all-time list. The opening ceremonies of the 2002 winter games still holds the number-one spot for total viewership. During those winter games, the Choir participated in the Cultural Olympiad with four signature concerts, one of which featured John Williams. In the classic video above, Williams conducts the Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, and the International Children’s Choir in a breathtaking rendition of “Call of the Champions.”

2002 Olympic Games

Jesus Is Alive And Well (DVD) – Lee Williams & The Spiritual QC’s, “Love Will Go All The Way”

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Lee Williams & The Spiritual QC’s – Love Will Go All The Way DVD Release Date: June 2, 1998

Lee Williams and the Spiritual QC’s bring their energetic live performance to DVD in this concert captured live at the East Birmingham Church of God in Christ in Birmingham, Alabama. Songs include “I’ve Learned to Lean”, “I Do”, “Let’s Go Fishing” and more. Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Track Listing:

1. I’ve Learned To Lean
2. Running For My Life
3. In The Midnight Hour
4. I Do
5. Jesus Is Alive And Well
6. I Can’t Give Up
7. He’s Keeping Me Alive
8. Let’s Go Fishing
9. Hold On
10. Don’t Wait
11. Love Will Go All The Way


The Williams Brothers – Still Here

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