TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 - Sep 26 @ 10:00 AM
Faithstore 2017!
The Place Church – Over the past 14 years Doc Murphy Ministries has hosted the great Faithstore Conference. We have seen many lives changed and believers strengthened in their faith. Faithstore has been privileged to host great speakers and singers such as: Mark Hankins, Jesse Duplantis, Mynista, and conference hosts- Doc and Mary Murphy! This year we will include the Faithstore Band and Singers, led by Mary Murphy. We will also have Dr. Pat Hagin Harrison. She will be our special guest speaker, Tuesday, Sept 26th @ 7pm. Our theme for 2017 is "Kingdom Living". This is one conference you don't want to miss! Bring the whole family! SEPTEMBER 24-26 // SEPT 24 @ 10AM // SEPT 25-26 @ 7PM THE PLACE CHURCH // 703 GILMER RD. LONGVIEW, TX. NOTE: TUESDAY, SEPT 26TH WILL BE HELD @ THE LONGVIEW COMMUNITY CENTER, 500 E WHALEY ST, LONGVIEW, TX. WWW.THEPLACECHURCH.TV | WWW.DOCMURPHY.NET
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Sep 29 - Oct 27 @ 5:00 PM
Robbie Shoults on In The Kitchen on @KLTV
Bear Creek Smokehouse – Robbie Shoults will be demonstrating a recipe on Kltv In The Kitchen toward the end of the 5:00 news !
 
UPCOMING
    Saturday Oct 21 @ 10:00 PM
The Kentucky Headhunters at Rockers, Riders & Ribs 2017
The Kentucky Headhunters – http://www.rockersridersribs.com/ Grammy-winning Southern blues rockers The Kentucky Headhunters are celebrating the release of Meet Me In Bluesland, their previously unissued 2003 recording with their friend, the late, legendary pianist and Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer, Johnnie Johnson. The Kentucky Headhunters, declared “the great American rock ‘n’ roll band” by Billboard magazine, debuted with 1989’s Pickin’ On Nashville, released by Mercury Records. It surprised the world, becoming a bona fide hit, selling over two million copies. The album won a Grammy Award, three Country Music Awards, an American Music Award and an Academy Of Country Music Award. It spawned four consecutive Top 40 Country hits. The New York Times describes the band as “rowdy, twanging, wild-eyed Southern rockers [who] perform songs that insist on down-home roots. The Headhunters bring a sense of bar-band recklessness, riffing with unchecked muscle, combining country roots with ferocious, bluesy hard rock.” The story behind Meet Me In Bluesland: On January 25, 2003, Johnnie Johnson joined his hosts, The Rolling Stones, for a rousing rendition of Honky Tonk Women at Houston, Texas’ Reliant Stadium. After hanging out all night with Keith Richards, Johnson got on a plane and flew to Kentucky. There he reunited with his good friends, brothers Richard and Fred Young, Greg Martin, Doug Phelps and Anthony Kenney, known worldwide as The Kentucky Headhunters. The plan was to have Johnnie lay down some piano for the band’s upcoming release, Soul. But the vibe was too strong and the music too good, so the tape just kept rolling. With songs and arrangements furiously being created on the spot and everything recorded live as it happened over the course of three days, a magical musical event was underway. Because the whole session was spontaneous, there were no immediate plans to release an album. After Johnnie’s death in 2005, the tapes, while never forgotten, remained unissued. Because the whole session was spontaneous, there were no immediate plans to release an album. After Johnnie’s death in 2005, the tapes, while never forgotten, remained unissued. The performances, which can now be heard on Meet Me In Bluesland, found Johnson playing some of the deepest and most rocking blues piano of his legendary career. With The Kentucky Headhunters at their down-home best, the record is a country-fried, blues-infused party from start to finish. The album grooves from the raunchy rock of Stumblin’ to the slide-fueled Superman Blues to the roof-raising version of Little Queenie to the salacious She’s Got To Have It (the last vocal Johnson ever recorded). With the release of Meet Me In Bluesland, these timeless and rollicking performances are available for the first time. The record grooves from the raunchy rock of Stumblin’ to the slide-fueled Superman Blues to the roof-raising version of Little Queenie to the rocking Party In Heaven to the salacious She’s Got To Have It (the last vocal Johnson ever recorded). For additional info see http://www.kentuckyheadhunters.com/
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Oct 26 @ 3:00 PM
2017 East TX Special Needs Fall Fest and Carnival
Texas Special Children's Projects – This is our 16th Annual Fall event for special needs children and adults. This year we have added an OUTDOOR PETTING ZOO with over 60 animals as well as a country style HAYRIDE along with our dance music and Live D-Jay. There will also be refreshments and games and so much more ! our events are always FREE TO ALL SPECIAL NEED CHILDREN AND ADULTS AS WELL AS CAREGIVERS. For more info call (903) 236-7300