“He Knows I’m Caffeine Sensitive!” (The Jerry Springer Show)



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When they ask for the receipts, show them the receipts!

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JERRY JEFF WALKER – “Gettin By” (Live in Austin, TX 2014) #JAMINTHEVAN



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Jerry Jeff Walker — “Gettin By” live in Austin, TX 2014 with Jam in the Van.

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Jerry Lee Lewis, The Diamonds and Lou Christie | Live at Church Street Station



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Jerry Lee Lewis live at Church Street Station with The Diamonds & Lou Christie

1. Jerry Lee Lewis – Lucille (1:15)
2. The Diamonds – Walkin’ Along (6:35)
3. The Diamonds – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (8:30)
4. Lou Christie – Two Faces Have I (11:03)
5. Jerry Lee Lewis – Great Balls of Fire (13:59)
6. Jerry Lee Lewis – Rockin’ My Life Away (15:53)
7. Jerry Lee Lewis – Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (18:42)

Welcome to Church Street Station, presented by the legendary Rex Allen Sr. Originally airing in 1988, it was recorded live at the The Cheyenne Saloon and Opera House’ located in Orlando, Florida. Church Street Station brings you the best live performances from all your country music favourites.

Jerry Lee Lewis —- That Old Bourbon Street Church



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From the Mercury album, “Southern Roots” Mercury SRM1-690 that was released in December 1973. This song was written by Mack Vickery, who was a part of the recording sessions when the album was recorded in September 1973 at the Trans Maximus studio in Memphis, Tennessee

That old Bourbon Street church can’t quench your thirst
Like the whiskey or the cheap sweet wine
But it’s a place that you can go when you’re drunk lonely and cold
Till the cobwebs of liquor clear your mind

Well that old Bourbon Street church has seen the best and the worst
But it’s even saved a few lost souls I can’t see that one is mine
Old Bourbon Street church my God it can’t quench your thirst
But it’s sure been a friend to this lonesome soul of mine
Yes it has

Your dirty old clothes won’t bother the Lord
Cause He’s used to the smell of that wine think about it
And to the Lord a skid row’s soul is worth more than a rich man’s gold
And when he saves one oh he knows he’s a millionaire

Oh that old Bourbon Street church has seen the best and it’s seen the worst
It’s even saved a few lost souls but God I can’t see that one is mine
Old Bourbon Street church woooo can’t quench your thirst
But it’s sure been a friend to a sinful soul
It’s sure been a friend to a sinful soul
I’m talkin’ about an old damn sinful soul like mine

That old Bourbon Street church yeah

Jerry Seinfeld Performs Standup



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Jimmy welcomes Jerry Seinfeld to perform as the first comedian on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and Jerry tells jokes about technology and the U.S. Postal Service.

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Jerry Lee Lewis | Country Music Legends | Live at Church Street Station



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Jerry Lee Lewis singing some of his greatest hits live at Church Street Station at the Cheyenne Saloon in Orlando, Florida. ⬇️
00:10 – Lucille
05:05 – Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
07:32 – Great Balls of Fire
09:35 – Rockin’ My Life Away

Online Crush Gets Crushed! (The Jerry Springer Show)



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Mia is very excited to meet her online crush Austin! The two had conversations about moving in together except for one small problem…Austin’s girlfriend!

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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.

My Life and Ministry by Jerry Vines



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Dr. Jerry Vines accepted the call to pastor First Baptist Church, Jacksonville,FL, in July 1982 and retired in February of 2006. He was elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention in both 1988 and 1989. He traveled the country preaching and teaching the Bible at churches, conferences, and denominational meetings.

Now, in his autobiography, the pastor, Baptist statesman, and father tells his story that begins in Carrollton, GA, takes him to Jacksonville, FL, and whirls through the fiery controversies of the conservative resurgence.Readers gain perspective on some of a denomination’s pivotal moments through the eyes of one of its most influential figures, focusing on his life and ministry.