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Liv and Holden sing a duet of Liv's song "True Love"! Watch this episode of Liv and Maddie on Disney Channel UK, and for more from all of your favourite shows and Disney Channel stars, head over to: http://www.disney.co.uk/disney-channel/ Like our official Disney Channel Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/DisneyChannelUK Watch sneak peeks and clips from all of your fave shows and original movies like Stuck in the Middle and Bizaardvark! Want music? We have The Lodge, Backstage and Austin and Ally! Love adventure? Check out Disney Descendants, Tangled, K.C. Undercover and Elena of Avalor! Need some 😂😂? Watch Girl Meets World, Hotel Transylvania, Liv and Maddie and Bunk’d! Fancy some Disney Channel classics? We’ve got Hannah Montana, That’s So Raven and Good Luck Charlie! Prepping for a movie marathon? See your fave moments from High School Musical, Teen Beach Movie, Adventures in Babysitting and SO. MUCH. MORE! Liv and Maddie So, you’re a killer basketball player slash total Brainiac, whose popularity is on the rise UNTIL your famous and totally fabulous actress sister decides to come back from Hollywood. Yep – Hollywood! To complicate things even more she’s your identical twin with not-so identical interests… But, as if this wasn’t bad enough, not one, but both of Maddie’s parents are there to see all the disasters unfold at school in their full glory, as her Dad is the basketball coach and her Mum is the vice-principal! Liv and Maddie features loads of awesome songs including Better in Stereo, On Top of the World, Count Me in, You Me and The Beat! Who’s Who Liv Rooney (Dove Cameron, Disney Descendants, Cloud9) returns to Wisconsin after she finishes filming her hit Hollywood show ‘Sing it Loud!’. The famous actress is a fashionista with an amazing singing voice however, her time in showbiz means she needs to adjust back to normal life! Maddie Rooney (Dove Cameron) may be Liv’s twin but the sister’s interests couldn’t be more opposite! Maddie is super smart and awesome at basketball… Gooooooo Porcupines! But the arrival of her famous sister means her life at Wisconsin High is not going to be the same. Joey Rooney (Joey Bragg) is Liv and Maddie’s younger brother. He is the family clown and a huge gamer but has trouble when it comes to girls. Good thing he has two big sisters to guide him in his mission to get a girlfriend! Parker Rooney (Tenzing Norgay Trainor) is the youngest sibling in the Rooney family and what he lacks in physical skill he makes up for with his mind – this kid is a science GENIUS! He is however the most mischievous sibling and is always getting himself and Joey into! Pete Rooney (Benjamin King) is the father of the Rooney family and also the basketball coach at his twin daughters’ high school, Wisconsin High. Talk about embarrassing dad 😅 Karen Rooney (Kali Rocha) is Liv and Maddie’s mum and the vice-principal (deputy head) at their school. She just like her husband loves embarrassing the kids whilst at school… like being a teenager isn’t hard enough! Diggie Smalls (Ryan McCartan) is the captain of the boys’ basketball team. He’s Maddie’s on/off boyfriend too. Josh Willcox (Lucas Adams) is Liv’s co-star in the television show, Voltage, and becomes Maddie’s new boyfriend.
"When I Rose This Morning" - Mississippi Mass Choir Continue Listening: https://malaco-music-group.lnk.to/nKUzWID Lyrics: This morning when I rose, yeah I didn't have no doubt This morning when I rose, yeah I didn't have no doubt This morning when I rose, yeah I didn't have no doubt I know the Lord will take care of me I know the Lord will provide for me And I know He will Lead and guide me all the way Yes He will (yes all the way) This morning when I rose, yeah I didn't have no doubt Well, this morning when I got up out of my bed, y'all I didn't have no doubt Hey, this morning when I rose, yeah I didn't have no doubt I know the Lord (will take care of me) Oh, I know the Lord (will provide for me) And I know He will Lead and guide me all the way Yes He will (yes all the way) I woke up this morning I saw a brand new day, yeah I didn't have no doubt I got up this morning I saw a brand new day, yeah (I didn't have no doubt) no doubt I got up this morning I saw a brand new day, y'all I didn't have no doubt I know the Lord (will take care of me) I know the Lord (will provide for me) And I know He will Lead and guide me all the way Yes He will (yes all the way) I woke up this morning with the Holy Ghost I didn't have no doubt (oh) I woke up this morning with the Holy Ghost I didn't have no doubt I got up this morning with the Holy Ghost I didn't have no doubt I felt like walking (felt like walking) I felt like walking (felt like walking) I felt like talking (felt like talking) I felt like talking (felt like talking) I felt like praying (felt like praying) I felt like praying (felt like praying) 'Cause God is just so good (felt like praying) God was so merciful (felt like praying) God was so gracious (felt like praying) I said I was promised (felt like praying) Oh I was in heaven (felt like praying) I felt like singing (felt like praying) I felt like singing (felt like praying) I'm gonna sing to Jesus (felt like praying) I'm gonna sing Lord (felt like singing) I feel like praying in here (felt like singing) The Bible says (felt like praying) That everything (felt like singing) That can be read (felt like singing) Praise the Lord (felt like singing) Oh, sing it (felt like singing) Oh, sing it (felt like singing) Choir, let's sing with Him (felt like singing) One more thing (felt like singing) I Felt like running (felt like running) I Felt like running (felt like running) Oh, I'm gonna run for Jesus (felt like running) Oh, I'm gonna run for Jesus (felt like running) Oh, just run, run for me, brother (felt like running) I'm gonna run for it (felt like running) 'Pon this day (felt like running) I feel like running (felt like running) Oh, running for Jesus y'all (felt like running) One more thing (felt like running) One more thing (felt like running) I felt like shouting (felt like shouting) I was gonna shout the words (felt like shouting) But I can't contain it(felt like shouting 'Cause he took all these knots from us (felt like shouting) Come on and shout (felt like shouting) Come on and (felt like shouting) On now, come on y'all (felt like shouting) (Felt like shouting) Oh, halleluja, halleluja (felt like shouting) Oh, halleluja (felt like shouting) Oh, halleluja (felt like shouting) (Felt like shouting) (Felt like shouting) He'll take care of me (oh, why don't you trust Him?) He'll provide for me (He's trustworthy) He'll take care of me (He'll never leave you) He'll provide for me (and He will never forsake you) Feel His kindly glow (hey, hey, hey) For, for Him (oh yeah, yeah, yeah) The Lord is coming The Lord is coming The Lord is heaven The Lord is heaven The Lord is heaven
Season review for the 1987 6A state champs.
Dubbed "The Thunderbolt of the Middle West" by his mentor, the legendary Willie Mae Ford Smith, Brother Joe May was arguably the greatest male soloist in the history of gospel music; a tenor whose dramatic sense of showmanship was surpassed only by his unparalleled command of vocal dynamics and projection, he possessed a voice of unimaginable range and power, moving from a whisper to a scream without the slightest suggestion of effort. May was born in Macon, Mississippi on November 9, 1912; raised in the Church of God denomination -- where all men are called "Brother," hence his stage name -- he began singing at the age of nine, later joining the Little Church Out on the Hills' senior choir. His subsequent tenure as a soloist with the Church of God Quartet solidified his strong reputation throughout the Southern gospel circuit. After graduating high school, May worked as a day laborer in Macon before he and his family relocated to East St. Louis, Illinois in 1941, at which time he hired on at a chemical plant. In the St. Louis area he became a protege of the pioneering Smith, and with her aid honed his sense of phrasing, modeling his own vocal acrobatics on hers; their connection was so strong that May even copied her theatrical performing style. Smith was also the director of the Soloists' Bureau of songwriter Thomas A. Dorsey's National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses, at whose conventions May began to build a name for himself throughout the country; during one such convention in Los Angeles in 1949, he came to the attention of Specialty Records talent scout J.W. Alexander, and upon signing to the label cut his first session later that same year, scoring a major hit with his debut release "Search Me Lord." May's initial success allowed him to quit his day job by 1950, and he began touring the nation, often performing alongside the likes of the Soul Stirrers and the Pilgrim Travelers. With his titanic voice and commanding stage presence, he was often called "the male Mahalia Jackson," a comparison suggested even by Jackson herself. However, despite his popularity -- both "Search Me Lord" and 1950's "Do You Know Him?" were estimated to have sold over one million copies each, making him Specialty's best-selling artist of the period -- May never crossed over to white audiences, the ultimate measure of commerical success at that time. Despite acknowledging Bessie Smith as a major early influence, May also refused to pursue a career as a secular blues singer, and his adamant rejection of all musical traditions but gospel likely played a role in his exit from Specialty in 1958. Now a free agent, May quickly signed with the Nashboro label, where he also began recording many of his own original compositions. As a result of the Nashville-based company's regional focus, the majority of his subsequent live appearances were scheduled across the Deep South, where his fame continued to grow enormously in the years to follow. An extended stretch of the early 1960s also found May starring in the musical Black Nativity in the company of Marion Williams, and after playing Broadway the production toured the U.S. and Europe. After its run was completed, May returned to the South, where his health began to slowly fail; regardless, he maintained his strenuous touring pace, keeping his declining condition a secret even from family members. Finally, while en route to a performance in Thomasville, Georgia, May suffered a massive stroke and died on July 14, 1972 at the age of 60.
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