Monday, June 23, 2008

How It All Started....

This may not be funny to anyone else, BUT the below clip was made by a couple of the guys in the worship band at my church. Before you watch this video clip, you have to understand that every Sunday there are about 3,000 - 4,000 people who attend 12Stone. It's a very culturally diverse, racially diverse place. People from all walks of life and at all places in their spiritual journey come through, and the music is very contemporary. There are no organs, handbells, or choir robes (not that there's anything wrong with those, it's just not our style...)

So, having said that as an introduction, the guys from the worship team made this VERY tongue-in-cheek video about how they "got started"..... it's quite funny.

PS: If you're interested in the actual MUSIC they do, check out Play Chase Music.

6 comments:

suz said...

This is hillarious. What a character he is. :)
I did not even notice the picture from the Comma post, because I was so concerned with who was in a coma. :(
True BLONDIE

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

He did an Elvia Presley cover once in church that was phenomenal. He's also done Johnny Cash, too.

Very talented. And, clearly, very funny. :-)

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Elvis Presley. Not Elvia. (Typing too fast today....)

Ruahines said...

Kia ora hwhl,
That guy does have some Elvis and Johnny in him. Had a quick look at the site and will check it out when I have more leisure time. I am cooking tea for two hungry boys. I like your blog, and will be back.Kia ora,
Ka kite ano,
Robb

Deron Arnold said...

I just love how y'all talk down there.

It reminds me of a story of when my mom (from northern Minnesota) went to to visit my dad's family in southern Oklahoma.

They left her to talk to my grandpa alone for about an hour. When my dad came back to check on her, he found them just jabbering away. Later, he privately inquired of them about their conversation, and both replied that they couldn't understand any of what the other was saying. They were both just aimlessly chattering to each other to be polite.

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Deron,
Regional accents are funny. Since my dad was in the military and I moved a lot as a kid, I've never developed much of an accent, but I can do good southern impersonations, as well as good NYC impersonations (from my time at NYU) and, believe it or not, good Minnesota impersonations (remember, my mother's side of the family is from rural Minnesota.... "ya", "you betcha", "ish" and "uffda" were all regular terms in my house growing up...) :-)