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Storm Ophelia: Army on standby to help areas in need

first_img Storm Ophelia: Army on standby to help areas in need Pinterest Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Previous articleShane Duffy to be ok for Ireland World Cup Play OffNext articleWest and North expected to be worst hit as Storm Ophelia changes path News Highland By News Highland – October 16, 2017 Google+center_img Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th The Defence forces are on standby to help areas in need during hurricane conditions today as Ophelia batters the country.The most severe red weather warning from Met Éireann is in place everywhere.Violent wind and rain is expected to spread across the country throughout the day.Defence Minister and Chairman of the Emergency Task Force Paul Kehoe says their priority is to keep people safe:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/kehoe8am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Homepage BannerNews DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Pinterestlast_img read more

How Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin’” Went From A Studio Joke To A Worldwide Smash Hit

first_imgBeloved songwriter Tom Petty penned many hits throughout his career, but few have had the lasting impact as the song “Free Fallin’.” Ahead of his induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame last year, Petty sat down with Billboard to talk about the origins of one of his biggest hits.Watch Emotional Footage From Tom Petty’s Final Live Show At Hollywood Bowl, 7 Days Before His DeathIn the interview, Petty explained that the song’s lyrics were made up on the spot, as a way to amuse his friend and collaborator Jeff Lynne in the studio. Lynne and Petty collaborated in the Travelin Wilburys, though Lynne’s biggest claim to fame is his work with Electric Light Orchestra.Spafford Pays Tribute To Tom Petty With Three Cover Debuts [Full Audio/Video]We’ll let Petty tell the whole story, as per the Billboard piece, below.“Jeff Lynne and I were sitting around with the idea of writing a song and I was playing the keyboard and I just happened to hit on that main riff, the intro of the song, and I think Jeff said something like, ‘That’s a really good riff but there’s one chord too many,’ so I think I cut it back a chord and then, really just to amuse Jeff, honestly, I just sang that first verse. Then he starts laughing. Honestly, I thought I was just amusing Jeff but then I got to the chorus of the song and he leaned over to me and said the word, ‘freefalling.’ And I went to sing that and he said, ‘No, take your voice up and see how that feels.’ So I took my voice up an octave or two, but I couldn’t get the whole word in. So I sang ‘freeee,’ then ‘free fallin.’ And we both knew at that moment that I’d hit on something pretty good. It was that fast. He had to go somewhere, and I wrote the last verse and kind of just polished the rest of the song and when I saw him the next day I played him the song and he was like, ‘Wow, you did that last night?’ And I was like, ‘Yeah.’ And he said. ‘We’ve got to go cut this,’ and we just took off to Mike Campbell’s studio where we knew we could get in and get it done that day. So we went in and made the record that day.”Country Star Jason Aldean Addresses Vegas Shooting, Honors Tom Petty On SNL [Video]What a story! One of the most popular songs ever written was written in a matter of moments! Well done, Mr. Petty. Your talent and carefree creativity will be sorely missed.Watch the music video for Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin’” below via Tom Petty’s VEVO page:[H/T Billboard]last_img read more

Florida man jailed twice in 2 days for impersonating cop

first_imgThe Flagler County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a man for impersonating a law enforcement officer just days after he was arrested for the exact same charge.60-year-old LeRoy Stotelmyer was arrested on March 11 after investigators received a tip from a toll bridge attendant who said Stotelmyer flashed a law enforcement badge twice to avoid paying a $2 toll.On-duty officers are allowed to cross free of charge, officials said.The toll booth attendant told investigators that Stotelmyer flashed the silver badge at him, and he then showed LeRoy the article about his arrest for impersonating an officer. He said Stotelmyer then put away the badge and paid the toll.Sheriff Rick Staly said Stotelmyer was arrested March 9 on charges of impersonating an officer and shoplifting. On March 11 he was charged with felony violation of pre-trial release and impersonating an officer. He was being held without bond.,60-year-old LeRoy Stotelmyer was arrested on March 11 after investigators received a tip from a toll bridge attendant who said Stotelmyer flashed a law enforcement badge twice to avoid paying a $2 toll.On-duty officers are allowed to cross free of charge, officials said.The toll booth attendant told investigators that Stotelmyer flashed the silver badge at him, and he then showed LeRoy the article about his arrest for impersonating an officer. He said Stotelmyer then put away the badge and paid the toll.Sheriff Rick Staly said Stotelmyer was arrested March 9 on charges of impersonating an officer and shoplifting. On March 11 he was charged with felony violation of pre-trial release and impersonating an officer. He was being held without bond.last_img read more