Kenny Metcalf is the man who shared Jesus with the members of the band that would become Stryper, and was their first keyboard player and resident evangelist.
In this episode he talks about the years leading up to and including the night he prayed with Robert and Michael Sweet, and Oz Fox, when they had a genuine encounter with Jesus.
In this episode, Kenny talks about Stryper’s origins, touring with the band, seeing thousands of people accept Jesus Christ as Savior, and the reason he left the band.
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De Veaux mixes it up with Harvey and Kenny Mason at the Angel City Classic Gala and the performance of their anthem, "A Change We Can Believe In", performed by Vann Johnson. More info at Pax Stereo Tv (www.paxstereo.tv).
What makes High School Musical so spectacular? Kenny! Can’t wait to see the new one October 24th!
Kenny is the glue that keeps the HSM3 cast together! I can’t wait to see it!
Kenny talks dirty to Inez and she plays dirty right back. Watch the new original series Crash on Starz, Fridays at 10p E/P. http://starz.com/crash
Kenny Lattimore * Divas Simply Singing * Sheryl Lee Ralph
KENNY ROGERS ~ DON'T FALL IN LOVE WITH A DREAMER....................
KENNY ROGERS ~ BUY ME A ROSE...........
Kenny Garrett speaks about his latest album, Sketches of MD: Live at the Iridium featuring Pharoah Sanders.
Live at the New Mexico Jazz Festival 2008, Kenny Garrett performs "Wayne's Thang" off of his latest album, Sketches of MD. Joining Garrett on stage are Fender Rhodes (saxophone), Kona (bass), Jeff Motley (organ, synthesizer), and Corey Rawls (drums).
Kennedy's All American Barber Club Member Kenny Provost, speaks about his experiences.
Saundra introduces entrepreneur Mike Kenny and his development of the sign spinners. Currently the operation is being successfully franchised. Sorry we are unable to show a clip of his product or invention.
Someone Who Cares by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
From the movie "Fools"
Thanks to Rosalinda
Kenny Mayne interrupts Baseball Tonight.
In this segment, jazz composer and trumpeter Bob Brookmeyer and Kenny Wheeler discuss, perform and record the song "Before the First Time" during the recording of their album, Island.