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It’s an invisible thing. It lives within your body. It’s named often, mostly during a religious event. It has never been imaged in an MRI or found during an X-Ray. But it’s there at birth and no one knows when it exits at the ending.
Soul sister….Soul brother… Save my Soul… Pray for my Soul
Nathan Granner sings and the audience is deeply moved. I’ve seen people at his concerts tear up and cry. He sings; People cry. People feel like they’ve been hit with an invisible 1000 lb emotion. It takes us by surprise. Ben Gulley is singing with Nathan now and their voices pair up. This means they pack 2000 lbs of raw emotion.
Two thousand pounds of emotion go into every pore in your body. The 2000 lb voice sledge hammer slams into the deep portion of your human body and wakes up your soul. The soul goes from zero to corvette max speed in a nano second. The law of physics dictates that something must move when hit by a 2000 lb sledge hammer. Some people break out in teary crying. Some people stop breathing. Others are taken from earth into a mysterious other world. This is the moment of pure joyful soulful happiness.
That is the explanation of what happens when you listen to Ben Gulley and Nathan Granner!
On Monday, I was invited to a Gulley Granner photo shoot. They recorded three songs for a promotional video.
I sat there listening to Nessun dorum seven times. I lost consciousness for a while. They recorded another song, but I had been transferred to a Star Trek Universe for a while and missed the takes of that song. My body was there, but I was traveling in fog underworld. When I came back into my body, I underwent ecstasy listening to Ben and Nathan singing “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho”. ”Jericho” is on their new CD, Hymn! I got to hear them sing Jeremiah seven times. My soul was screaming! I would walk over burning coals to get to hear them sing that song and my soul would never let the fire touch my feet!
I was “On Fire” the rest of the day. My feet never touched the ground the remained of that magical day. I’m so thankful to be “the mom”!
Nathan Granner, operatic tenor, who sang the anthem the last two weekends at Longview Horse Park. He lives in KC and hires out to sing for special events, including weddings. www.nathangranner.com
Here is YouTube of Nathan singing at Longview Horse Park while Kansas City Mounted Patrol carry the flag.
A mother’s dream come true. Nathan, my wondrous son, sang at the Kansas City Regional Fox Trotter Horse Association Annual Horse show. (I knew you would want to know what KCRFTHA stood for!)
Nathan Granner has been all over the world singing. He’s one of The American Tenors. He is famous and loved by everyone who knows him and has heard him give a concert. He’s been featured on PBS. The American Tenor Concert filmed at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood was shown all over the USA and Nathan was usually on the air helping stations raise money.
That and more! He is an Operatic Tenor. He’s humble and much fun. He’s an animal lover and makes a loyal friend. He’ll do anything he can for you. I know all this because he’s my son and I’ve watched him grow from a lovable young kid into a lovable young man…and then we discovered that God gave him this amazing voice. Look him up on Facebook. Look him up at www.nathangranner.com.
Nathan rode Velvet into the arena behind the flag horses. Velvet is famous too. She took him in that arena at a fox trot. Look at her stride it out. Velvet is a multiple World Grand Champion in the Missouri Fox Trotter Youth Versatility events. She is also the only Missouri Fox Trotter that attained Level 3 in the Parelli levels. She’s been seen by around 18,000 people as she was in the Parelli USA tour events with Jennifer and Tony Vaught. She’s done it all.
She carried Nathan into the arena, strutting her fox trotter Stuff. Nathan dismounted and sang the National Anthem with those low and high notes that everyone longs to hear. The crowd simultaneously broke out in goose bumps. There must have been a million goose bumps at the historic Longview Horse Park that Saturday night. Loula Long Combs would have been proud. I bet she heard Nathan and saw all those fox trotters in the arena that Saturday night!
Bring em in at the Fox Trot sez Nathan!!!