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Check out Armada Music Radio on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ArmadaRadio Listen or download: https://ArmadaDeep.lnk.to/DSTexasEPYA Subscribe to Armada TV: http://bit.ly/SubscribeArmada As Dayne S takes producing to a whole new level, there’s not a dull moment to be found. Switching it up between chord stabs, atmospheric pads, groovy rhythms, and a whole array of swell elements, both ‘Dallas’ and ‘Memphis’ are on par with the highest of expectations. A fine two-pack indeed, stuffed with the distinctive vibes of the Berlin based producer. Connect with Armada Music ▶https://www.facebook.com/armadamusic ▶https://twitter.com/Armada ▶https://soundcloud.com/armadamusic
Bouncing around the dial on a November Saturday morning in 1975. Listen to stations including WMC, WHBQ, WLOK, WDIA, WTNN, WMPS, FM100, and others. With jocks like George Klein, Bob Brame, Les Acree, Rick Dees, and more! Aircheck courtesy of Bob Nelson.
Fourteen years old Christopher Duffley was born blind and later diagnosed with autism. Christopher and his mom, Christine; join radio talk show host Byron Tyler on Mid-South View Point. The Duffleys were in Memphis to share Christopher’s story at a special needs banquet at Second Presbyterian Church and for Women of Hope International, a ministry helping women with disabilities around the world. Christopher was adopted by Christine and her husband Steve after her younger brother and girlfriend left him to foster care. The story unfolds as the Duffley family lovingly brings Christopher into their home, in addition to their four biological children. Christopher has an amazing gift of pitch perfect singing. It was music that bridged the communication gap, causing Christopher to unveil a speci...
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/mmf-unconditional Merch: http://riserecords.merchnow.com/catalogs/memphis-may-fire Germany: http://www.muzu.tv/memphis-may-fire/memphis-may-fire-no-ordinary-love-video/2187079/ Here I stand, nothing more than a broken man starring death in the face. All my mistakes have got a hold on me again. Here we go, another day, another fork in the road. I never know who to trust, will someone just tell me which way to go? I need a sign. I need a miracle! I need to know that this is possible. I've just failed so many times, is there any way that I could make it right? God, if you're there I need to hear you now! Come back to me love, I forgive you. Oh how I've missed you! Just know every time you run I'll be right here waiting! This is no ordinary love. Listen up, Listen ...