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  • No internet until the 13th

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    Due to unfortunate circumstances we have to postpone until Saturday 

  • Success Made to Last Legends with David Frizzell- The Reason God Made Oklahoma

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    David Frizzell is a highly respected traditional country singer who charted a number of hits in the 1980s. He was a frequent duet partner of Shelly West, the daughter of country star Dottie West. He himself is the younger brother of the late, legendary Lefty Frizzell, the great honky-tonk singer who achieved the peak of his popularity during the 1950s. Lefty died in 1975. David’s expressive voice has often been compared with that of his brother.
    David Frizzell was born on September 26, 1941, in El Dorado, Arkansas—13 years after his famous big brother. When Lefty was a major star in the mid-‘50s to early ‘60s, the youthful David would often perform as part of his brother’s stage show. David also began recording his own country and rockabilly songs for various labels in the late ‘50s.
    1981 titled Carryin’ On the Family Names. A duet from that album, “You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma,” climbed to the number-one spot on the country charts. West and Frizzell were named the Vocal Duo of the Year by the CMA in 1981, and they received Top-Vocal-Duet honors by the ACM.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPFenEhqUIU Shelly and David singing their huge hit “You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma.”

  • Bible Study with Carl on Freedomizer Radio

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    I will point us to scriptural biblical answers and NOT man's interpretations 

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    Success to Significance with Legendary Astronaut David Hilmers

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    Success to Significance with Legendary Astronaut David Hilmers. NASA Astronaut and Missionary Physician David Hilmers returns to Success to talk about travel, mission trips to help others and stories from his life as an astronaut. David has been on four NASA missions including the Atlantis.  Originally from Iowa, he never flew on a commercial airplane until he was twenty leaving for the Marines boot camp. Graduating with a degree in Electrical Engineering, he flew on the first flight after the Challenger tragedy.  After NASA, he was called to the mission field. and to go to medical school...at 42 years old. Now board certified in Family and Pediatrics. Today, he works around the world helping the "least of them." Today, we honor David for the choices he makes in life, moving from success to significance.

  • Success Made to Last Legends with Country Western Singer Jeannie Seeley

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    “Miss Country Soul” Jeannie Seely was one of the premier female singers of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Known for her big heart, emotion-packed voice, and salty wisecracks on stage – “Of course I want you for your body. I’ve got a mind of my own;” “An ex-husband is one mistake you don’t have to live with;” and others – she blazed a nonconformist trail in Nashville, sporting a miniskirt her first time onstage at the Grand Ole Opry and a sassy attitude wherever she went.
    The youngest of four children, petite, blonde Seely was never a stranger to work – or to country music. Her father worked at a local steel mill and on the family’s farm, but on weekends played the banjo and called local square dances, and her mother sang with her every Saturday morning while the two baked bread. Soon, Jeannie was singing regularly on local radio station WMGW and, by age 16, on Erie television station WICU.
    At 21, Seely and three girlfriends moved to Los Angeles, where she worked as a deejay on Armed Forces Radio Network, wrote songs for Four Star Music (Dottie West and Connie Smith performed some of her early tunes), sang on country television show “Hollywood Jamboree,” and recorded for Challenge Records. Passing through town, songwriter Hank Cochran encouraged her to bring her talents to Nashville. She turned up unexpectedly in 1965 (with $50 and a Ford Falcon to her name) and announced to Cochran, “Well, I’m here! Cochran. Within three weeks it was on the country charts, peaking at No. 2. Her performance of the song earned Seely the 1966 GRAMMY award and led to a string of hits through the late 1970s. Today she is among the small group of artists who has had a No. 1 hit as a soloist, a duet partner, and a songwriter, and “Don’t Touch Me” is considered a country standard.

  • Restoring Your Republic

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    It past time Anerica, stand up!

  • D&D Delivering the Truth in NYS and Beyond

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    JOIN US EVERY THURSDAY...7:30 P.M.EST  To discuss the real things going. on in New York State  and beyond.
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  • Dr Umar Johnson Tell It Like It Is Are You Really Ready To Hear?

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    Dr Umar Johnson Tell It Like It Is Are You Really Ready To Hear How See If Your Really Ready For Real Truth He's or She's doing. Right in Front of Your Face.  Can You Really Handel Him With Her or Her With Him?  So You Caught Him And Her Do You Stay or Do You Demand Polyamorous Relationship. Did you know That if every Black man married a black women there would still be 2million left without a man say its no so....  
    Welcome Royal Family the royal court is now in session today's show is dedicated to you. We will share some ideas on how we might take action. What's our next step as Black People? How about signing a petition 
    Our Mission - To eliminate falsehoods, speak the truth and break spiritual and mental enslavement to our brothers and sisters, bring about Black consciousness, unity, and self-sufficiency.

  • Barefoot Is Legal Radio 1:30-3pm EST/ 10:30am-noon PST

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    Barefoot Is Legal Radio is hosted by Audrey every Saturday. 
     
     
    Barefoot is Legal is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to sharing the health benefits, giving support, & providing information for living a completely barefoot lifestyle. Most people want the freedom to go barefoot, but think going barefoot is illegal. There are zero laws about driving a car, going to a store, or eating in public barefoot. No such laws have ever existed. We share the message and freedom of choice to your body without prejudice or discrimination. 
     
     
    Our website is http://www.barefootislegal.org. We are on all the social medias. 

  • Bible Study with Carl on Freedomizer Radio

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    I will point us to scriptural biblical interpretations, not my version or anyone else's