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Prayer Requests / Re: Tim Lones
« on: December 01, 2014, 10:29:01 AM »
Hello everyone
Had a setback the middle of last week.  Running errands last Wednesday I felt my chest tighten up..I was near my local Aultman Hospital Dialysis center where I expected to rest before moving on.  Personnel there were concerned with how I looked and called an ambulance.  Was in through the Holiday and had a heart cath Friday morning.  It showed 30% blockage which they are trying to control through medicine and diet.  Also trying to control my heart rate which had been 120-150.   Will be going home today.  Thanks for everyone's prayers and good thoughts.

Prayer Requests / Re: Tim Lones
« on: November 08, 2014, 05:08:57 PM »
Hi everyone.

Thanks for all your thoughts and prayers..Much appreciated..

Hi Eddie:
It's the same for me-And I posted the pictures..Perhaps a forum safety feature?  I thought maybe at first they took away the pictures, but when I'm signed in I see them..

Jimmy stuff / Re: Lancaster PA show on May 9 2014
« on: January 14, 2014, 10:18:32 AM »
Wife Linda and I went to the Jimmy Fortune Lancaster Show in Late January, 2006..Our first concert-It was great..Also got to meet the Fortune Tellers for the first time, specifically Eddie (With Rose) and Riley..Great Venue as well..And a group of us had an absolute blast at the Waffle House afterwards..

The venue was Canton Memorial Auditorium.  Date was March 9, 1964.  Sponsored by Radio WCNS-900 am..Thr ad from the local paper  is here on the site somewhere..The Brothers were'nt in the lineup as they were a last minute addition..

General Fan Discussion Forum / Re: FLOWER FUND - NEEDS YOUR HELP
« on: July 16, 2012, 11:10:53 AM »
I want to second the thoughts..When my brother Bob passed away a couple years ago the flowers the fund sent meant a lot..Not to be silly, but it makes me sort of wish we all lived in our own little town so we could feel the hugs and hear the good wishes verbally, but absent of that, the Flower Fund is a great way to show the FT family we care..Thanks to all involved..

Prayer Requests / Re: For heat, fire, and weather
« on: July 02, 2012, 12:11:07 PM »
Right in our own area (Canton/Akron, Ohio) while we've got some good rain and lightning/thunder..People directly south(I'm talking as little as 10 miles south to as far as Columbus and beyond) Have power out and lots of trees down, etc..Some are saying they may not get power back until as late as Thursday or even later..Prayers for the folks having trouble right now..

Jimmy stuff / Re: Jimmy Concert - Pennsylvania
« on: April 28, 2012, 10:54:18 PM »
I just got a deal through T-Mobile and Wal-Mart..$30.00 a month for 100 minutes talk and unlimited Text and 3G Internet..Just started my 4th month with this deal and The most minutes I've used in any one month is about 60..You have to buy the phone at Wal-Mart but you can sign up online at or activate it at Wal-Mart..I would do it online though..

General Fan Discussion Forum / Been 8 years since I joined here..
« on: April 05, 2012, 09:19:27 PM »
The latest post/thread started by sta51(John) below  made me curious about when I joined this site..March 15, 2004..Over 8 years ago..Time does fly..And its been a fun ride.. :)

In looking through the DVR Program Guide for the coming week, I see Wilson Fairchild (Formerly Grandstaff-Wil and Langdon Reid) is scheduled to be on Larry's Country Diner over RFD-TV Thursday Night at 8PM ET  and Saturday Night at 11PM ET..Should be fun and an absolute blast..

General Fan Discussion Forum / Re: Twitter?
« on: March 17, 2012, 10:59:22 PM »
I'm on Twitter, but only in connection with my Vintage Broadcasting Blog, etc..The only posts I do are directly from Blog-to-Twitter or from my Classic Media FB page to Twitter..As Sarah said, a lot of my own time is spent on Facebook..I have no real desire to "Tweet" on that much of a personal level I guess..

You also have to deal with more spamming on Twitter.  I guess if I wasnt already on Twitter in connection with my hobbies, I probably wouldnt be on at all..

All that said..TLones1480 in case anybody cares to follow me.

Just  finished watching the first part.  After only seeing the edited down TV version, this is awesome!.I know most of the regulars here probably have this set, but if you don't, you have to get it soon..I was remarking to my wife Linda that these DVD's, especially on the TV Show Gospel songs, look better to me than they did when I saw them originally broadcast in the 1990's.  And to see the guys just shooting the breeze with each other and with Bill Gaither, is really precious..Phil even opens up a little..

He's on live now..not sure if the link will work directly..

General Fan Discussion Forum / Ohio Tenor soloist sings "Who Do You Think?
« on: February 19, 2012, 03:14:43 PM »
Eric John Hawout, (pronounced Howitt)A Young Man out of Warren Baptist Temple in Ohio has a gospel singing ministry with his family..He was at the church I attend, Massillon Baptist Temple this morning and will be there tonight..He and his family are very talented and he has a great tenor solo voice.  In looking around for more information on him I found this YouTube clip of him singing the Statler Brothers Gospel song, "Who Do You Think?"  from their "Holy Bible New Testament"  Album they did in the 70's..

A friend a few years ago gave me nearly 6 hours straight through of audio from Television station WEWS-TV Channel 5 in Cleveland, Ohio dated Friday, May 24, 1963.  Among the shows broadcast that day was Talk Show "One O Clock Club" which aired from 1-2:30 PM, and was a big hit until Mike Douglas came along on rival KYW-TV 3..

Part of this show featured Young Southern Gospel Group The Goss Brothers singing a neat little song called, "I'll Be So Happy There"..The Brothers were singing at Cleveland Baptist Temple that weekend..What is unique about this is that Southern Gospel Music was just  getting started in Northern Churches, and to have a secular program feature a Southern Gospel group in the early 1960's was extremely rare..Host is Bill Gordon who was on radio and TV in Cleveland and other places from the 1950's to the 1990's..

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