Lyrics: Roger Dale Woods, Sr Music: Connie Hall Email:
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This song was co-written a little over a year ago by myself and my publisher Roger Woods, Sr from Rose Bud Ark. It was put together when he was going through an exceptionally difficult time, and thought behind this song was in KNOWING that when we DO get to heaven, there won’t be anymore sickness, nor dying. I am THANKFUL to know that there will be that day.
This song is called HEAVEN FOREVER.
1).. As I think of the place that’s called heaven
It’s with a yearning heart and a watchful eye.
For I know my Lord is coming back to take me
To my mansion He’s prepared up in the sky…
(Cho) And it will be….. Heaven Forever
And we’ll walk upon the streets of purest gold;
Yes , It will be… Heaven Forever
In that land where we never shall grow old
There will be no more sickness, no more dying
And each breath I breathe is straight off heavens shore.
I will join my loved ones waiting over yonder
Where we’ll spend eternity forever more.
I Felt It On The Radio
Connie Hall & Roger Dale Woods, Sr
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I heard a song on the radio
The melody played soft and low
That’s when the tears came to my eyes
It didn’t matter how it was performed
It was the fact my heart was warmed
The message came through from one so wise
There’s no denying how it changed my life
It simply took away the strife
My heart responded to it’s ebbing and it’s flo
It was the simple drawing to that song
The emotions were so strong
It’s because I felt it on the radio
There is no way anyone could know
That my spirits were so low
But when the first notes began to hit my ears
Every sense in me came alive
I began to feel my heart revive
I felt it’s magic soothe all my fears
OH MY…!!! All I can say is that I’m totally amazed, an honored to find myself in this position!! I can only say thank you to Roger for all he has done to help me not only get my stuff OUT there, but for teaching me what I needed to learn to get this accomplished… and then for just the constant encouragement when I dealt with things that seemed beyond me. Then I want to thank Bruce Elrod also for being the one who ‘pushed’ this idea of these old songs. I always LOVED them.. from the time I was a child; listening to my dear mother sing all these songs. Then to the DJ’s who have picked up on my music and shared it with the world. Then there is all my family and friends who have stood with me, loved me, encouraged me to keep on going. And last but not LEAST.. is my Creator, and Savior, Jesus Christ for loving me, saving me, and showing His grace and mercy to bring me to this place in my life!! I’m sooooooo BLESSED!!!
We at Rogers Music Promotions would like to congratulate Connie Hall on behalf of her new release on “Momma’s O’ Appalachian Music”
Here are some emails from Bruce Elrod with CashBox Magazine;
the first one being a message from Ed Russel with CastleRecords.comfrom Hendersonville, Tn. in which stated:
“This is some of the best old type gospel music I’ve listened to in a long time. I’m not sure there is a market for it in this day and time but there should be. Connie nailed the vocals and the musicians were right in the pocket of this recording. Some of these songs I had never heard before but most were old favorites of mine. It would be worth it if she had the budget to try and market this. This is one album I’m going to keep as I really like every cut on the album.”
The second message being from, Karvin Johnson K.E.S. distribution network from Chicago, Ill.
I’m so happy to hear these beautiful timeless Gospel classics. It brought back so many memories of when my mother would sit all of us kids on the floor in the living room and she would sing these songs to us as if she was in concert…lol, those we’re priceless times.
Let me know how we could be and added value by getting this music out to the world ie Digital and Physical Distribution, Radio, TV, Press Campaign etc. I’ll call you on Monday. Have a great weekend! Best regards, Karvin Johnson
As many of you know.. Appalachian music began in the 1920’s. (It may have began earlier). It’s next big comeback was in the 50’s and 60’s.. and continues to live on today, in 2017.
Link to Amazon for that CD.. https://www.amazon.com/Mommas-Appalachian-Mus…/…/ref=sr_1_1…
You can go to Amazon to listen and download this song as well as several others I have there:
Well… today I get to say… there are a few more songs that went up on Amazon.. your’e welcome to go check them out and download if you wish…
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I have some very exciting news to share with you all today!!
My single CD, “Rank Strangers” that I’d released last fall, hit CashBox Magazine charting system, and landed on 3 of their charts back in Sept. It made Traditional Country, Americana, and Folk. It surprised me tremendously to see it ‘stay’ on those charts and come up on them each month for the last 3 months since then. This month I’m astonished and very happy to tell you, that little old song made it to #1 on CashBox Magazines Traditional Country Chart!!! I don’t even know what to ‘say’… other than the good LORD had a hand in it happening. I do know that it opens the doors for my other music now to get out there to stations all over the world. The songs that I’ve written, most of them have been inspired by friends and family, and experiences where they have needed the encouragement that only God can give. So I’m extremely BLESSED and trusting Him to take the rest from here. All I need to do, is “my part”… and that’s just what I’m going to do. Thank you, everybody for all your support in what I do. Thank you to Roger Woods Sr.. from Push Mountain Publishing out of Calico Rock Ark. for believing in what I do and supporting me every step of the way. You understand what it IS that God is wanting of me!! Thank you to James Stiltner, from Hurly , Va. For doing such an excellent job on the instrumentals on this number… a #1 talent for SURE. Jon Adamson, thank you for working side by side in all my endeavors.
I want to say a special thank you to Bruce Elrod and Doug Stroud from CashBox Magazine for all they have done in helping to get this song to where it IS!!! Thank you, both, sincerely, and God Bless!!
Most of all, I thank Jesus Christ for giving me this ability to sing for Him.
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This was taken at the recording studio when I did “We’re Safe In Jesus Arms” back in 1980. It was a very special time in that these friends, Alan & Carol Walters, had lost their 2 children in a car accident.. the only children they had. It was such a hard time for all of us who loved them in our church family… and when the offer came to do this album, it ended up that the song “We’re Safe In Jesus Arms” that was written for the children, became the title of the album and was directed to people who have gone through that sorrow, and dedicated in memory of the two little one. Alan and Carol Walters, were able to be with in the studio that day as we recorded… and it was just a very touching time, and a special memory!!
I’m so blessed to see Richard received my CD’s. Thank you for sharing this with all your friends on your show!!! God Bless
I just got word.. that “Rank Strangers” the single (which is also on this CD) has hit #1 on CashBox Magazine Traditional Country Chart. It’s been on the charts now for 4 months.. this is the 5th month. I’m so blessed and honored that God has allowed this to HAPPEN!! Thank you for sharing this on your page!!!
This was recorded by Connie Hall (Narrator) and put together into video by Jon Adamson.
The violinist is:
You can listen to her talent and hear her testimony by going to:
Myra Welch (The author of this poem) would say that she heard a speaker address a group of students on the power of God to bring out the best in people. She said she herself became filled with light and that ‘Touch of the Master’s Hand” was written in 30 minutes!
The finished poem was sent anonymously to the editor of her local church news bulletin. She felt it was a gift from God and didn’t need her name on it.