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Jerry Pippin pays tribute to his long time friend of 60 plus years, Jerry Wilhite. Wilhite passed away on Thursday night ( April 21, 2011) They met as children in Sunday School in Church, attended high school together, and stayed involved in several business ventures, many friendship activities and for the past decade, Wilhite 's life took many turns but at one time he was a very successful businessman and always looked for ways to help out his fellow man.
The president hasn’t done a great job of reaching out. It’s not his personality style,” Coburn said. “He’s not well-suited to be a back slapper, sit down and let me tell you this dirty story before we get down to business. I mean, he’s not one of those kinds of guys. He’s a serious guy.”Politico
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CLAREMORE — Grammy award winner, musical icon, and Claremore native Patti Page has passed away in Encinitas, Calif. at the age of 85.According to Claremore Convention and Visitor’s Bureau director Tanya Andrews, Page died in her sleep on New Year’s Day.
“A colleague of mine contacted me about her passing in her sleep on New Year’s Day,” Andrews said. “We know she’d been having some health issues for a while — the same which prevented her from coming to Claremore last year when we premiered ‘Flipside’, the musical story of her life, here in Claremore. We’re all saddened to hear of her passing.”
Page, born Clara Ann Fowler, is originally from Claremore and rose to become one of the country’s best known female artists in the late 1940s and 1950s with songs such as “Tennesse Waltz,” “I Went to Your Wedding,” and “(How Much is That) Doggie in the Window.”
When rock and roll music became popular during the second half of the 1950s, traditional pop music was becoming less popular, but Page was one of few traditional pop music singers who was able to sustain her success.
She continuing to have major hits into the mid-1960s with “Old Cape Cod”, “Allegheny Moon”, “A Poor Man’s Roses (Or a Rich Man’s Gold)”, and “Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte”.
In 1997, Patti Page was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
Since I have been doin these live on lacations broadcasts in the different states thought today I'd call it live at home got home bout midnight last night. But didnt get on comp til abit ago was exhausted. Had a great Trip went to Memphis TN to graceland then from there Hot Springs Arkansas to see the Ozarks AND The christmas light show at the Gardens, then from there Oklahama and Texas met some interesting folks along the way *See my botes on facebook* /pastorbillyhigdon Then from there Shieveport LA then Alexdrria LA and ate at the world famous cajan landing and ate alagator tail for first time, then jackson miss and on the way back home to ky stopped off at tbn studios in henderson to see their light show.
Politics Sunday is a hard news look at the past week and the upcoming week in the political world with commentary and insight into polling tends. Política El domingo es duro noticias mirar la semana pasada y la próxima semana en el mundo político con comentario y visión de mesas de votación tiende.
Tonight Jerry Pippin (jerrypippin.com) takes a look at the politics of Oklahama Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma a former member of the so-called "Gang of Six," the bipartisan group of Senators working on a long term budget to reduce the federal deficit and debt.He has announced he was “taking a break” from the Gang.
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