Watched the new comedy from Seth MacFarlane tonight, “The Orville“, on Fox.
I was pleasantly entertained.
Now the show is definitely not his best work. But if you want escape from the real world – like nonstop hurricane coverage, the show is a delightful diversion.
For Trekkies, the send up and lampooning of Star Trek will be sacrilegious.
No matter how much Fox say it is not a spoof of cult scifi classic, it is more than evident, that is what the show is.
If you decide to tune in at 9 p.m. (ET) next Sunday, check your brain at the door.
Yes folks, this week is the week for Elvis memories. It’s the 40th anniversary of his death. I remember “The King” and saw him perform at Kleinhans Stadium in Buffalo, New York many years ago.
How well I remember as a young boy every Sunday morning listening to Gospel Jubilee and other singing shows before heading off to church. One song that always got the heart racing, feet tapping and hands clapping was “The Meeting in the Air“.
But it never could ring and touch hearts and souls like when the congregation would raise the roof on a Sunday night getting happy singing this old Gospel standard.
Here we have The Crystal Quartet performing the hymn at the Mt. Olive Christian Church on the outskirts of Spencer, Indiana.
I am playing the piano and featured on the third verse with the solo lead. But not before making a key change from G to C.