Welcome and Call to Worship with Wolfman Jack

Wolfman Jack (Billy Hester) welcomes everyone to his radio broadcast but before the Wolfman's Call to Worship, first, a word from our sponsor (Ray Ellis and Cheri Hester) for "Red Pad" from Ronco



March & Announcements:

Continuing with the Wolfman Jack (Billy Hester) Radio show with an interview with Carole King (Lyn Carden)



"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"

"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling'" is a song written by Phil Spector, Barry Mann, and Cynthia Weil (played by Nick Deffley & Cathy Solomons). It was first recorded by the Righteous Brothers in 1964 and was part of the Broadway musical; "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical". Sung here by Time Steinhauser and Nick Deffley. Backup singers were Kim Limehouse, Rhonda Reed, Sharon Page, and Cheri Hester. The piano was played by Ray Ellis with the percussion by David Alley and bass by Doug Povie



Red Rotary Phone

And another word from our Sponsor: The Red Rotary Phone from Ronco. Ray Ellis and Cheri Hester



Up on the Roof

Wolfman Jack (Billy Hester) interviewing Carole King (Lyn Carden) about the famous songs she wrote with Gerry Goffin, one in particular; "Up on the Roof" for The Drifters. Singers: Marlan Harman, Stephen Reed, Chuck Long, and Tim Ethridge. The lead singer was Tim Steinhauser. Piano played by Ray Ellis, bass by Doug Povie.



Asbury Memorial by Ronco

And yet, another sponsor break on the Wolfman Jack (Billy Hester) radio broadcast for Asbury Memorial, by Ronco. Ray Ellis and Cheri Hester



"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?"

Wolfman Jack (Billy Hester) continues to interview Carole King (Lyn Carden) about her life then she talks about the song "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" written by her and Gerry Goffin. It was originally recorded in 1960 by the Shirelles but Carole sang it in 1971. Jamie Kelso, as Carole King, sings the song as she plays the piano.



Prayers of the People

Rev. Claire Marich leads the congregation in the prayer time



"So Far Away"

God on Broadway ... "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" ... "So Far Away" is a song written by Carole King (Jamie Kelso) and appeared on her 1971 album Tapestry. The recording features James Taylor (David Alley) on acoustic guitar.



Sermon: "Up on the Roof"

Rev. Billy Hester gives his sermon on the God on Broadway worship service of "Beautiful, The Carole King Musical, base on the Broadway musical and the Psalms of lament



Hymn: "You Are My Hiding Place"

Near the end of the sermon, Rev. Hester leads the congregation in singing "You Are My Hiding Place"


Sermon:
AUDIO ONLY Version ... MP3 format


"I Put My Faith in You"
The final interview with Carole King (Lyn Carden) she reads from a song she wrote: "I put my Faith in You"



Anthem: "You Got A Friend"

The choir sings a song from the musical: "You've Got a Friend", the song written by Carole King. It was first recorded by King, and included in her album Tapestry. Another well-known version is by James Taylor from his album Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon. His was released as a single in 1971 reaching number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 4 on the UK Singles Chart. The two versions were recorded simultaneously in 1971 with shared musicians. Soloist: Sharon Page. Piano played by Kay Deffley Bass: Doug Povie, Keyboarad: Randy Canady.



Song: "Beautiful"

Jamie Kelso as Carole King sings "Beautiful" during the God on Broadway worship service. This song was used as the title song of the 2014 Broadway musical Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. David Alley played the guitar. Ray Ellis played the piano, Doug Povie on bass.



The Benediction

Wolfman Jack (Rev. Billy Hester) gives the benediction followed by Cheri Hester signing to the congregation as they respond with "Here I Am Lord"



Pictures from the Service

Screen captures from the videos


The worship service bulletin


Ministers:
Rev. Billy Hester
Rev. Claire Marich

Musicians ...
Organ: Kay Deffley
Piano: Ray Ellis
Keyboard: Randy Canady
Bass: Dough Povie
Percussion: David Alley Acoustic Guitar: David Alley

Video Photographer:
Patrick Prokop


Video and Light Technicians
Stephen Swanger
Barry Parker

Set Design:
Linda Combs

Set Construction:
Tim Steinhauser
Dave Lewis
Set helpers:
Rhonda & Stephen Reed
Internet Editor: Patrick Prokop

Send your comments about this service to Rev. Billy Hester bghester3@comcast.net



Sunday Worship Service 11:15 AM           (912) 233-4351            Fax: (912) 233-5026            Email: church@asburymemorial.org