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Another Everett Brothers Favorite. Lead singing by Brian Stephens, harmony by Ronald Wilson. Roger Everett on fiddle, Don Norman on banjo, and Bobby Autry on bass.
Dr Dennis Dilday of Everett, WA demonstrates Tai Chi. Shot and Edited by Tim Griffis of Northwest Video Edge. http://nwvideoedge.com
Jammin with the Hondo Deluxe Series, 1964 Harmony 306A, and Zoom 505
Jammin with the Dead...this is the Hondo Fame series, which is rumoured to have been made in the Tokai factory...or the Matsumoku. Playing through a 1964 Harmony 306A Valco? don't know that either. I DO KNOW that the processor is a Zoom 505. I wanna start a Grateful Dead tribute band.
ev and i singing harmony in "hold on"
The classic rock septet performs their 3-part harmony version of the Sam Cooke classic. Live from New York City, April, 2008. Tommy C. introduces the band.
"Let It Be Me" is the name of a song written by Gilbert Bécaud, Mann Curtis, and Pierre Delanoë. Originally a French song, a version with English lyrics was introduced by Jill Corey when she performed it on the TV series Climax! In 1957, Corey released her version, with orchestration by Jimmy Carroll, as a single and met with modest success. This song has been sung by Michael Knight in a Knight Rider episode with the same name. Many other versions of the song have since been recorded: * In 1960, The Everly Brothers released their remake as a single. This version was extremely popular and became a top ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100. The harmony arrangement of this version was often emulated in subsequent remakes. * In 1962, The Lettermen released their version as a track on their album Jim, Tony, and Bob. * In 1962, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass released their version as a track (instrumental) on their album The Lonely Bull. * In 1964, Betty Everett and Jerry Butler released their version as a single. This version also became a top ten Hot 100 hit as well as a number one hit on Billboard's R&B chart.
...varied storylines. Companion(s) Ali Hillis , Companion , ```..began relationship c. 1988; no longer together Harmoni Everett , Companion , ```..Canadian; became engaged over the holidays in 2001-2002; announced engagement in February 2002; married...
New Life Adventure Kids worship team leading the kids of New Life Center Foursquare Church in Everett, WA. Shot from the sound booth so the video is distant but the sound is pretty good. Conrad singing lead and playing accoustic guitar, Kami singing harmony, Dylan on drums, Josh on electric guitar, and me on bass.
A hilarious short film, made as part of The Instant Films Festival.
Northwestern College concert. October 5th 2007. From the Shane's new album titled Pages they begin the concert with the song "Vision of You".
Northwestern College Concert. October 5th 2007. Pages Tour. Their new song "Beg".
Northwestern College. October 5th 2007. Pages Tour. With Bebo Norman.
Fargo Theater. These guys are by far my favorite band/music/worshipers. They are blessed and they bless me.
Fargo concert. I cant wait for the next time I see them. God bless the Shanes and their humbleness.
Me and my friend playing The Answer by Shane & Shane at our school talent show. We played the entire song with the singing and harmony and everything... but the whole song didn't fit so I might as well just post the intro. =D
Little Nashville Saloon, Feb. 4, 2007, Live Show Ernest Ray Everett & Stars'n'Bars with Winnie (on Steel) and Scarlett (Harmony, Background and Lead Vocals)
Live Performance of Ernest Ray Everett at the Little Nashville Saloon in Switzerland, Feb. 4, 07, with Stars'n'Bars, incl. Scarlett (Duett & Harmony Voc. and Winnie on Pedal Steel)