To celebrate the holidays, here are some Christmas favorites from Steve King and Johnnie Putman:
Christmas From The Roots Of Rock & Roll – an original song by Steve King. 354 more words
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London with acclaimed producers Don Reedman and Nick Patrick, the album ‘If I Can Dream (With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)’ features Elvis’ most dramatic original performances augmented with lush new arrangements by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, plus a duet with Michael Bublé and appearances by Il Volo and Duane Eddy.
In hour two of Nick Digilio’s conversation with Steve and Johnnie, they talk about Duane Eddy (who wrote the forward for the book), provide an update on long time guest and friend Fran Tate, and tell the story of how Les magically turned a Fender into a Les Paul. 72 more words
If this flag represents slavery, racism and oppression, then every flag of every nation in existence in 1776 did so as well. So what. This country abolished slavery over a hundred years ago, yet slavery still thrives in many parts of the world, most notably Africa and the middle east. 103 more words