Craig Campbell – “Outskirts of Heaven” | Live at the Grand Ole Opry | Opry



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Craig Campbell performs “Outskirts of Heaven” live at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN, on August 26, 2016. © ℗ 2016 Grand Ole Opry, LLC

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Annie & William Wedding Video // Portland, Oregon LDS Temple



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Annie & William’s Wedding Video at the Portland LDS Temple and Reception at Chehalis, WA. They are seriously so in love and their reception was a blast!

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How to Wear Brown Dress Shoes – Johnston’s Clothier – Wichita Fashion Tip



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– How to Wear Brown Dress Shoes – Johnston’s Clothier – Wichita Fashion Tip – Men’s Shoes Wichita

“Did you ever feel like the world is a tuxedo and you’re a pair of brown shoes?” George Gobel said on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Well brown shoes have their place but it’s not with a tuxedo. Brown shoes for years have been worn casually and black as dress. We all know brown shoes go good with earth tones, tans, browns, olives and for years men have been wearing brown with navy. Brown shoe are more casual and should not be worn for formal evening affairs. and, brown shoes should not be worn with black. If you want to be safe, wear black with gray, but certainly I feel you can wear brown with gray to make a fashion statement. Remember to always match your belt to your shoes. The darker brown shoes are certainly good for evening wear. This is a brown shoe from Allen Edmonds, a very classic style. The lighter, woven style is excellent for summer and goes well with lighter colored suits. And if you really want to step out, wear one of our fashion forward award winner shoes from Johnston and Murphy shoes. If you have any questions on which shoes to complete your wardrobe, come on down to Johnston’s and we’ll be glad to help. Our goal is to create confidence in you. Johnston’s, East 21st and K-96 in Wichita, KS.

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00:17 Brown Dress Shoes go with earth tones
00:30 Don’t wear with black
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Jerry Naylor – The Crickets-Medley



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Jerry Naylor Jackson (born March 6, 1939) as Jerry Naylor, is an American country and rock and roll artist and broadcaster and inspirational speaker, who was the lead singer of The Crickets following the death of Buddy Holly.

Jerry Naylor Jackson was born in Chalk Mountain, Texas to a great depression farming family. His mother played piano in their local church and encouraged Jerry’s love of music. Jerry listened to the greats of Country music such as Hank Williams, Sr., Lefty Frizzell, Bob Wills (with whom he shared his birthday) and Slim Whitman, and Whitman’s steel guitar player, Hoot Raines, led the 9-year old Naylor to purchase and learn to play a steel guitar with money he earned picking cotton. By the age of 12 years, Jerry was playing that steel guitar at local honky tonks in and around Carlsbad and San Angelo, Texas, with his brother-in-law, Tommy Briggs’ Hillbilly band which also featured Sherman Hamblin on fiddle and Earnest Smith lead guitar and vocals.

In 1953, at the age of 14, Jerry Naylor began working at a new radio station in San Angelo, Texas called KPEP. Veteran broadcaster, Joe Treadway, who with his wife Matilda (Tillie) would become Jerry’s foster parents when Naylor’s mother died in 1955, hired Naylor and taught him to be a disc jockey, radio commercial salesman and radio maintenance engineer. Joe Treadway encouraged Naylor to continue his performing, but on the insistence of Jerry’s mother, gave him the opportunity to be the lead singer of the band. KPEP was co-owned by Joe Treadway and Dave Stone (Pinkstone) who also owned the, now legendary, KDAV radio station in Lubbock, Texas where Buddy Holly was also an on-air performer with Bob Montgomery, “Buddy & Bob”.

These two West Texas radio stations were the first full-time country music radio stations in America and promoted live touring shows throughout West Texas with stars from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, and the Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Joe Treadway and his close friend, Tillman Franks, Talent Coordinator for the Louisiana Hayride, managed Naylor’s young singing career and booked Jerry and his band on these touring shows. It was here at KPEP that Naylor first heard rockabilly music, at its very beginning. After hearing and playing Elvis Presley’s “That’s Alright Mama” Sun Records recording, Naylor was backed by a Trio from San Angelo called the Cavaleirs at a talent show there in 1956. At the time Alton Baird was the band’s original lead singer. In c.1957 after Baird went into the military, Naylor became the lead singer of the rockabilly band The Cavaliers.

Walking London’s Lost Rivers – The Tyburn (4K)



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A walk along the course of one of the lost Rivers of London – The Tyburn. This buried river flows from Hampstead through Swiss Cottage and Regent’s Park, along Marylebone Lane, through Mayfair and Green Park beneath Buckingham Palace where it splits into channels and we follow it as it joins the Tachbrook to make its confluence with the Thames near Vauxhall Bridge.

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Holser Home – Fire Damage Rebuild – Virginia Beach



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After completing a major remodel of the Holser home in Virginia Beach, an accidental fire destroyed the garage. While the main house did not catch fire there was major smoke and water damage. Thankfully the Holsers had a great insurance plan that will allow us to rebuild the garage and repair the house so that it will be even better than before.

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Exploring One of the Oldest and Most Haunted cemeteries in Florida



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Pinewood Cemetery is The Oldest Historical Site In Coral Gables Florida.Witnesses describe seeing midnight burials, shadow people,strange noises,and experiencing an eerie feeling.

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