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Del Ray Grace

Toledo, Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 9 Feb 2018 3:37 pm    
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Black History!
Sacred Steel TV was launched September 7, 2012 in Toledo, Ohio. Since it's inception we've promoted many gifted African American lap and pedal steel guitar musicians on a weekly basis. We are diligently recognizing the importance of preserving the time-honored tradition of the steel guitar from an African American perspective.
This music is our cultural and spiritual inheritance and birthright. Please continue to support, encourage and pray for this music ministry. To God be the Glory, and God Bless Sacred Steel! Click link below...

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Lee Baucum

McAllen, Texas (Extreme South) The Final Frontier
Post  Posted 10 Feb 2018 6:41 am    
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Make a joyful noise!
Lee, from South Texas - Down On The Rio Grande

There are only two options as I see it.
Either I'm right, or there is a sinister conspiracy to conceal the fact that I'm right.

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