SouthBound and Company is pleased to present: A Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd And Frynds In this high-energy, Southern Rock Review, SouthBound and Company combine the southern vocal stylings of Ronnie Van Zant with the dual guitar-slinging replications of Southern Rock mega-hits such as ‘Sweet Home Alabama’, ‘Ramblin’ Man’ and of course, the immortal ‘Free Bird’. Featuring eight seasoned professionals coming together to fulfill their life-long passion, SouthBound and Company: A Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd and Frynds not only duplicate the sounds of Ronnie and the Boys, they also present a visual demonstration of a real-life Southern Rock show from the ’70’s. The combination of a tight back-beat rhythm section, honky-tonk piano, dualing lead and slide guitars and deep south, rhythm and blues lead vocals prove that old adage: The South Will Rise Again!

We may note some of the positive biblical authorization for a number of the ordinances. Baptism is a washing with water in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost (Matt. 28:19-20); if any of this content were omitted, it would not be Christian baptism (Acts 19:1-5). In the Lord's Supper bread and wine are given and received, to show forth the Lord's death (Matt. 26:26-29, I Cor. 11:23-29). The reading of Scripture and the preaching of the Word are distinct parts of worship, the first being the recitation of the words of the Bible itself (Exod. 24:7, Deut. 31:9-13, II Kings 23:2, Neh. 8:1-8, Luke 4:16-20, Col. 4:16, I Thess. 5:27), and the second being an explanation of the sense, and an exhortation of the hearers in terms of the message of the canonical text (Neh. 8:7-8, Acts 13:14-43, 20:7, I Tim. 4:13, II Tim. 4:1-2). Alongside these is the singing of Psalms (II Chron. 29:30-31, Matt. 26:30, I Cor. 14:26, Col. 3:16), and prayer to God (Nehemiah 9, Acts 4:23-31, Phil. 4:6, I Tim. 2:8).(7)

While searching for the trident, Melody tries to use the map Morgana gave her, and due to the ticklish sea kelp, the whale she rides sneezes, forcing her off of it, and the map gets broken. Later on, she befriends a penguin named Tip , and a walrus named Dash , and they join her in her search. They manage to sneak into the palace and make off with the trident before Ariel, Flounder , Sebastian and Triton arrive. On the way to Morgana's lair, Ariel and Flounder remind Scuttle to get to Triton and Sebastian. Melody returns to Morgana at the same time that her mother arrives. Ariel attempts to explain the situation, but Melody, understandably angered at Ariel's decision to hide Melody's mermaid heritage and finding out that her life was a lie, gives Morgana the trident.

"But that Ariel! She took her husbands own sword right from his pocket, cutting the rope and knocking a piece of the ship into that disgusting sea witch. Little Melody went flying, and the shark leaped from the water. But just as it was about to eat the baby, King Triton zapped him-!"

All Through the Night
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This gorgeous arrangement of the Welsh folk song is a perfect choice for the Christmas season. Easily learned; suitable for children, youth, adults, senior adults, or ladies voices.  The SSA version of this song was a number one seller and this arrangement was adapted for use in the HBO television series, "The Sopranos".

Also available in the "Rise Up and Sing!" SSA concert collection.

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