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ReChoired: Letters From War

ReChoired: Letters From War:

ReChoired - Letters From War (Live in the Mormon Tabernacle)



Rechoired on FacebookReChoired is an a capella group that creates music to inspire and uplift others!


Book an Event: Our name is ReChoired and we would love to perform for you! We are an a Capella group that has toured the country for the past year performing at various venues - from daycares to NBA games and we have a SWEET play set list prepared for your event.


Whether it is a BBQ, family gathering or special ceremony - the power of music could be the missing piece to ensure that everyone has a great time and walks away feeling uplifted and inspired.

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July 4th To Our Military

Amidst the fireworks, hamburgers, hotdogs, Family, Friends, picnics, outings, the greatest is our Military.


For those in the Military are the ones whom continue to keep America the "land of the free" and they are proof that America truly is "the home of the brave"

Thank You Troops!:


(The Sign of Thanks)
 
Happy Fourth of July! 






July 4th is our 1st and oldest military holiday.

The Meaning of July Fourth for the African Americans by Frederick Douglass (A speech given at Rochester, New York, July 5, 1852)


Independence Day on the Net - Did You Know: 4th of July

Hallelujah


Dirk Parker (member of Rechoired, an a capella group) singing Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen at Brigham Young University - Idaho's New Student Talent Show.


Dirk Parker has been performing music for over ten years. While he is classified as a high baritone, his range is seemingly endless. If he is not belting a tenor high C, he is most likely preparing a gourmet meal or showcasing his skills on the basketball court. Dirk served in the Washington D.C. North Mission and the Washington, Tacoma Mission.

Maya Angelou Final Curtain Call

Maya Angelou’s Official Site
Dr. Maya Angelou
April 4, 1928-May 28, 2014
dancer 
singer 
actress 
poet 
writer 
magazine editor 
playwright 
film director 
college 
lecturer 
Professor 
activist 
LOVED 

Maya Angelou; for all you have given humanity in your human form, we release you to your rightful place in the Highest Kingdom of Glory. ~ndpthepoetress



"Please join the family and friends of Dr. Maya Angelou through the livestream of her memorial service, at 10 a.m. EST." http://new.livestream.com/wfu/angelou

Maya Angelou Memorial Service livestream

"In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity through Wake Forest University."


Maya Angelou Facebook Maya Angelou

Rechoired

Rechoired

Rechoired is an a capella group that creates music to inspire and uplift others. Their number one goal is to prove (especially to the youth) that it is "cool" to live high standards. Through various events such as 'Super Saturdays', concerts, and firesides, members of Rechoired have positively impacted the lives of all who have had the opportunity to listen. While it is an up and coming group, many members of Rechoired got their start with Southern Virginia University's 'The Fading Point', so they have experience touring and performing at various venues including (professional) NBA games."

Hey, my name is Bennie Parker and I am a lead baritone in 'Rechoired'. Please check out our website to learn more about us and watch some performance videos.

We are asking for donations of all sizes to go towards funding for our equipment (mics, sound board, speakers etc) because we know what we have to offer is life-changing and we want EVERYONE to experience it.

Thank you so much for your contribution.

Sincerely,
Bennie Parker of Rechoired
"Music can change the world because it can change people." - Bono
Email: rechoiredacapella@gmail.com Website: http://rechoired.wix.com/rechoired *(Our website will be transferred to the new domain name www.rechoired.com after the 60 day transfer lock.)

True Heroes

True Heroes, From Bennie Parker of the Parker Brothers Music: THANK YOU to those who have served and who serve The United States of America!!! This is a song written by Bennie Parker to pay tribute to those who have given their lives and to those who continue to fight and protect our country - "True Heroes"

Bennie Parker of The Parker Brothers Music

True Heroes - Tribute to those who serve our Country

Memorial Day


For all Men and Women of the United States Armed Services who have taken the The United States Military Oath of Allegiance:

I, ____________, do solemnly swear, or affirm, that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.

America Thanks You!




And in remembrance of those lives lost for the price of our many Freedoms, a modern rendition of:

Kneel Where Our Loves Are Sleeping
Words by G.W.R.
Music by Mrs. L. Nella Sweet

published 1867

Kneel where our loves are sleeping, Dear ones days gone by,
Here we bow in holy reverence, Our bosoms heave the heartfelt sigh.
They fell like brave men (women), true as steel, And pour’d their blood like rain,
We feel we owe them all we have, And can but weep and kneel again.

CHORUS
Kneel where our loves are sleeping, They lost but still were good and true,
Our fathers, brothers (mothers, sisters) fell still fighting, We weep, ‘tis all that we can do.

VERSE 2:
Here we find our noble dead, Their spirits soar’d to him above,
Rest they now about his throne, For God is mercy, God is love.
Then let us pray that we may live, As pure and good as they have been,
That dying we may ask of him, To open the gate and let us in.

CHORUS
Kneel where our loves are sleeping, They lost but still were good and true,
Our fathers, brothers (mothers, sisters) fell still fighting, We weep, ‘tis all that we can do."


Memorial Day - Arlington (Trace Adkins)



Smithsonian Institution: Why do we celebrate Memorial Day?