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The Gospel Imperials The Gospel Imperials 36th Anniversary Saturday, July 25
at 5:00pm in CDT Draper Memorial Church of God in Christ
313 Beirne Ave NE, Huntsville, Alabama 35801
JULY 25 The Gospel Imperials 36th Anniversary
Marcellus Bostic & Pursuaded Music Ministry
Members: Marcellus Bostic - Founder & Director Sopranos: Ethel Campbell, Charlotte Jones, Tammy Poole, Minister Angelia Cooper, Nisha Hutchinson, Allison Brazelton Altos: Stephanie Haynes, Brittany Holman, Jamonica England, Kendria England, Kim Hammonds, Tasha Byers Tenors: Deacon Lonnie Cawthorne, Tory Jones, Delfonso Mack, Kenneth Alexander, Alvin Brown, James Gatewood Musicians: William Pendleton, Keyboard Jonathan Brown, Auxiliary Tevin Adkins, Keyboard Jonathan Bender, Organist Terrance Griffin, Bass Guitar Steven Blackmon, Percussionist
Genre: Gospel Hometown: Madison, AL
Joffrey D. MooreAlabama Mass Choir - River Region/Central Alabama District
This region of the Alabama Mass Choir covers the following counties Montgomery, Elmore, Autauga, Macon, Lowndes, Dallas, Lee, Pike, Butler, and Bullock.
Minister Joffrey D. Moore, Regional Minister of Music.
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Fox Business News GOP Debate, a recap of some highlights;
Fine Arts Segment: Broadway shows and plays, Terry shares his thoughts;
The migration of the Monarch butterfly and it’s scare food along the way;
The Truth is Out There: extraterrestrial life and intelligence;
BACON! Are you part of the popular bacon cult? Will it give you cancer?
Vocational education: Do we need more welders than lawyers?
Trampolines are fun and Terry hopes we all run and go get us one;
Music: Chicken, Gravy & Biscuits Lil Ed & the Blues Imperials July 30 2011!
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Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott McCausey talks music with Christian performing legend, Twila Paris.
Devotion to God runs deep in the Paris family. Twila’s great-grandparents were itinerant preachers in Arkansas and Oklahoma who held outdoor revival meetings and established churches, and she recounted this experience in Seventy Years Ago, a song on her Beyond a Dream album. Musical talent permeates the Paris family, as her grandmother wrote songs distributed at revivals. Her father, Oren Paris, is a minister as well as an accomplished musician and songwriter.
Twila sang at church before she was old enough to attend school. She began developing her instrumental talent at the age of six when she started taking piano lessons. By the time she was performing in her high school choir, Twila was determined to become a choir teacher. She began to consider songwriting after attending a Christian discipleship school, where she decided that music would be the perfect way to express her feelings about God.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Twila toured extensively as she opened for the Imperials. After receiving her first #1 hit, she began headlining her own concert tours with such notable opening artists as Wayne Watson, Clay Crosse, Phil Kaeggy, Avalon, Aaron Jeoffrey, and Fernando Ortega. She was featured in the Young Messiah tour and co-hosted with Steven Curtis Chapman. In the 2000s, she continues to tour but not as extensively. In 2011-2012, Twila participated in the Christian Classics tour with Steve Green, Wayne Watson, and Michael Card.
Little Anthony : Then and Now - The Boy and the Man
Jerome Anthony Gourdine, known as Little Anthony, began singing songs in his crib. His mind buzzed of melodies which, when he could later talk, he put to words. A true prodigy, his voice has become one of the most recognizable on earth. Anthony s parents, also performing artists, passed on their talent and passion to Anthony. But it was more than genetic inheritance that spurred the prodigy to greatness; it was his innate talent and his spiritual belief that he was destined to become this special performer. Anthony never learned how to play an instrument nor read music, yet his acutely tuned ear tells him when there is a sour note played by a violist in a full philharmonic orchestra. The streets of Brooklyn became his first stage as he gathered under the street lamps to harmonize with friends, who later on became known as The Imperials. A teenage heart throb, he set the radio on fire with his smooth, savvy voice that could sing three octaves and a falsetto. From the Friday afternoon sock hops, to touring Europe, Anthony s music has endured five decades." Listen to Anthony talk about the boy he was and the man he has become.
The Gospel Imperials Artist Gospel Quartet Group!
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Congratulations on your new CD, Thomas and The Gospel Imperials!!!!! Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy path. It was grace and mercy that brought you this far. This is your season, Thank God everyday and put him first in your life, and have faith, because god has the last say so. I love you !!!! Love, Deborah, your wife
Gospel Imperials Discography of CDs
Do It for Me CD (2014) NEW RELEASE MAY 2014
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Heaven CD (2007)
Move Satan CD (2006)
Do It for Me - CD
CD REVIEW 5 out of 5 stars This a CD to buy
I really like "Do It For Me" and Our Male Choir is going to try to sing it.I Have Been Trying to find the lyrics but none are available. I think this will be the Gospel CD Of the year because every song is great and would be a must, a treasure for any Gospel lover collection.
By Paul (Chocowinity, N.C. USA)
Vel Omarr was born on a small farm in the Mississippi Delta. His mother found that living in the south and working the cotton fields could not be all that life had to offer. Like many before her, she packed her bags and took the "next train smoking" to Chicago in search of better things.
Vel remained in Mississippi with his grandparents. He attended church on Sundays and recalls traveling to neighboring towns participating in or sometimes observing the "Gospel Fests."
At the age of eight, Vel moved to Chicago and reunited with his mother. This was pure culture shock! "From the sticks to the bricks," says Vel. The first song he heard on the radio as the train pulled into the station was "You Send Me" sung by Sam Cooke. "The song eased my longing to be back home in Mississippi", Vel remembers. Vel discovered his love for singing at the age of 14, and upon graduating, he decided to entertain the idea of singing as a way of life. In the early 1970's, Vel boarded a plane bound for Los Angeles to reposition himself, focus, and to pursue his dream as an entertainer.
Vel joined the legendary R&B / DooWop group, the Robins, as their second tenor lead singer, for a reunion tour in 1991. He remained with H.B. Barnum and The Robins until 1995, and then began touring with Brenton Wood as the opening act for Brenton Wood's Sweet Old School Revue. In 2003 he joined The Olympics as one of their lead singers and has performed along side other legendary artists like, Little Anthony and the Imperials, The Penquins, The Coasters, Gene Chandler, The Flamingos, Zola Taylors of the Platters, and many more.
A Discussion of Libertarian Politics in Delaware and Across the Nation, with a Little Bit of Music Thrown In, Just for Fun.
Icicles in My Meatloaf
by Little Ed and the Blues Imperials
We Go Down Fighting
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Banco Espirito Santo
Libertarian Party of Delaware
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He is an American soccer goalkeeper with English club Everton and the United States national team. His U.S. nationals team played in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and even though the team lost to Belgium, he is considered by many to be a winner with a record 16 saves.
He also played with the North Jersey Imperials, the MetroStars, and Manchester United. On January 4, 2012, he scored a goal, his first as a professional player. This made him only the fourth goalkeeper to score a goal in a Premier League match. With Manchester United, his team won the Football League Cup in 2005-2006 and the FA Community Shield in 2003. Personally, he was named Major League Soccer Humanitarian of the Year and Major League Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year in 2001. He was also named the U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year Award in 2008, and the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football Goalkeeper of the Year Award in 2013.
In an article for Athletes in Action, he wrote of his battle with Tourette's Syndrome and how he came to faith in Jesus Christ. He wrote: "Having spent the first 10 years of my life with an undiagnosed case of Tourette's syndrome -- a neurological disorder characterized by physical and verbal tics -- I did not experience a lot of peace. But even though my life often seemed chaotic, I knew I could always count on at least one person to provide calm and stability: my grandmother. Nana's sense of peace was so powerful because it came from her faith in the Lord. Through her, God revealed His love for me as well. It wasn't long before I was following in her footsteps. I wanted the same kind of faith and peace she had, and that is exactly what God gave me."
His name is Tim Howard.
Wayne Cobham has toured the world playing trumpet with such notable entertainers as Ben E. King, Cameo, The Temptations, Little Anthony and the Imperials, The Four Tops, Ray Charles, Billy Cobham, Taylor Dane, Loredana Berté, Lou Reed, Kool and the Gang, Nancy Wilson, and Denise Williams to name a few. However, it does not stop there! His studio credits include Michael Jackson, Pieces of a Dream, Nancy Wilson, Deniece Williams, Patti Austin, and Billy Cobham. His production credits include Gwen McRae, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Taylor Dane, Billy Cobham, and Guy with Teddy Reilly among others.
Over the past five years and until the death of Wilson Pickett in 2006, Wayne was on the road touring with and served as the Musical Director for Wilson Pickett and his band, The Midnight Movers.
Currently, Wayne is working on his own CD, The Best is Yet 2 Come, scheduled for release in 2014
In the late 70’s Wayne found a new love that would bring him parallel acclaim to his prowess with his horn. Computer programming was in its infancy and Wayne became one of its pioneers. Wayne was a major part of the MIDI revolution, and fostered a productive business as, consultant, clinician, producer, and educator. Using his new-found computer skills, he provided consultation to many well known musicians who wished to incorporate the cutting edge tools of the trade. His computer skills were utilized over many different genres of music including but not limited to hip hop, R&B, rock and roll, jazz, pop and gospel garnering him 3 Grammys along the way, two for Michael Jackson’s "Dangerous" and "History" albums and as a trumpet player for Deniece Williams. These acknowledgements led to his membership and voting status with National Association of Recording Arts Sciences.
THE Delfonics unique style of song and well choreographed dance steps took the world by storm. The motivating force of the group was William 'Poogie' Hart. During his early years, William was inspired by groups such as Frankie Lyman and the teenagers, Little Anthony and the Imperials, the Temptations and Gladys Knight and the Pips.
William organized his first singing group, 'Little Hart and the Everglows,' at the age of fourteen (14). From there Williams went on to form other groups which included; the Veltones, the Four Guys, the Orphonics and the Grammy Award winning group, 'the Delfonics.'
If you're seeking great entertainment, Join us as we speak with Mr. William 'Poogie' Hart on R.I.L.L. Radio. R.I.L.L. Radio is committed to bringing you the best in R&B, Pop, Hip Hop and old school classic. Many of the artists heard on R.I.L.L. Radio are Grammy Award winners, Legends in the industry and those with Top level music.
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