Texas businessman Mike Fechner had it all. Money. Investments. Prestige. Until he did the unthinkable. He sold his company and poured his life's earnings into a ministry for the poor. With a strong faith in God at his core, this millionaire turned missionary envisioned a long future serving the urban Dallas poor and the people of poverty-stricken Africa.
Memories from a boy growing up in the 50s - his desire to play the drums. Songs on the radio - childhood reflections and early music influences. Transitioning into the 60s. The Beatles on Ed Sullivan, juvenile delinquency, his first drum-set. Experiences as a seventeen year old professional musician. Gigs in sleazy lounges, go-go bars & juke joints. 1967, "The Summer of Love" on the Florida Space Coast. "On The Road" playing music 6 nights a week in Orlando, Pensacola, Atlanta, New York and Key West.
"cant hear the forest for the trees"
A lavish production featuring two fascinating and unique tales of World War I, this Reality audio book iis an absolute must for any World War enthusiast. In “Murder on the Hill” we follow UK Broadcaster Robin Thompson as he reveals an untold and tragic tale. Ruthless and incompetent military command resulted in the deaths of many brave men. Hear for the first time the shocking truth to an untold chapter of the Great War.