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Twister Sisters footage of the storm and what looks to be the wedge tornado near El Reno, OK on May 31st, 2013. This was shot at 6:30pm from WNW of the Moore, OK area looking WNW towards the approaching storm. Just after this we continued south and got caught in the traffic mess as the storm got closer. Video copyright Melanie Metz and Peggy Willenberg.
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When you draw up a short list of the R&B pioneers who exerted a primary influence on the development of rock & roll, respectfully place singer Roy Brown’s name near its very top. His seminal 1947 DeLuxe Records waxing of “Good Rockin’ Tonight” was immediately ridden to the peak of the R&B charts by shouter Wynonie Harris and subsequently covered by Elvis Presley, Ricky Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis, and many more early rock icons (even Pat Boone). In addition, Brown’s melismatical pleading, gospel-steeped delivery impacted the vocal styles of B.B. King, Bobby Bland, and Little Richard (among a plethora of important singers). Clearly, Roy Brown was an innovator — and from 1948-1951, an R&B star whose wild output directly presaged rock’s rise.
Born in the Crescent City, Brown grew up all over the place: Eunice, LA (where he sang in church and worked in the sugarcane fields); Houston, TX; and finally Los Angeles by age 17. Back then, Bing Crosby was Brown’s favorite singer — but a nine-month stint at a Shreveport, LA, nightclub exposed him to the blues for the first time. He conjured up “Good Rockin’ Tonight” while fronting a band in Galveston, TX. Ironically, Harris wanted no part of the song when Brown first tried to hand it to him. When pianist Cecil Gant heard Brown’s knockout rendition of the tune in New Orleans, he had Brown sing it over the phone to a sleepy DeLuxe boss, Jules Braun, in the wee hours of the morning. Though Brown’s original waxing (with Bob Ogden’s band in support) was a solid hit, Harris’ cover beat him out for top chart honors.
Roy Brown didn’t have to wait long to dominate the R&B lists himself. He scored 15 hits from mid-1948 to late 1951 for DeLuxe, ranging from the emotionally wracked crying blues of “Hard Luck Blues” (his biggest seller of all in 1950) to the party-time rockers “Rockin’ at Midnight,” “Boogie at Midnight,” “Miss Fanny Brown,” and “Cadillac Baby.” Strangely, his sales slumped badly from 1952 on, even though his frantic “Hurry Hurry Baby,” “Ain’t No Rockin’ No More,” “Black Diamond,” and “Gal From Kokomo” for Cincinnati’s King Records rate among his hottest house rockers.
Brown was unable to cash in on the rock & roll idiom he helped to invent, though he briefly rejuvenated his commercial fortunes at Imperial Records in 1957. Working with New Orleans producer Dave Bartholomew, then riding high with Fats Domino, Brown returned to the charts with the original version of “Let the Four Winds Blow” (later a hit for Domino) and cut the sizzling sax-powered rockers “Diddy-Y-Diddy-O,” “Saturday Night,” and “Ain’t Gonna Do It.” Not everything was an artistic triumph; Brown’s utterly lifeless cover of Buddy Knox’s “Party Doll” — amazingly, a chart entry for Brown — may well be the worst thing he ever committed to wax (rivaled only by a puerile “School Bell Rock” cut during a momentary return to King in 1959).
After a long dry spell, Brown’s acclaimed performance as part of Johnny Otis’ troupe at the 1970 Monterey Jazz Festival and a 1973 LP for ABC-BluesWay began to rebuild his long-lost momentum. But it came too late; Brown died of a heart attack in 1981 at age 56, his role as a crucial link between postwar R&B and rock’s initial rise still underappreciated by the masses.
Central and eastern China experienced one of the most intense winters so far; Beijing had to endure one of the coldest Decembers on record, and heavy rains and landslides hit the Southwest, leaving 4 dead.
After the most extensive snow cover on record for the US in November, storm Diego blanketed the Southeast leaving 400,000 without power, while unusually intense snowfalls hit the Southwest, and parts of the Northeast and West.
South Korea had bitterly cold temperatures so early in the season, while heavy snowfalls hit Japan, delivering 80 inches in the district of Yamagata.
Snow also disrupted normal life in Bosnia, Romania and Bulgaria, forcing schools to close and causing power outages. Meanwhile, Austria got 55 inches of snow in just 7 days… And winter has just started!
A “swarm” of meteor fireballs streaked across the skies of Spain during the last couple of months, 3 of them made their passage in just 5 hours in December. Mexico, Texas and San Francisco also had their share of spectacular fireballs this month.
Saudi Arabia continues to be battered by hail, heavy rain and floods that have triggered greening of the desert in some parts. While flash floods displaced 45,000 people in Indonesia, and Sri Lanka was inundated by 14 inches of rainfall in one night.
Unseasonable tornadoes wreaked havoc in Florida, Washington and Illinois, while a twister in Java, Indonesia, destroyed 156 houses.
A strong eruption of the Krakatoa volcano caused a tsunami in Indonesia leaving 430 dead and 22,000 displaced, and another volcanic eruption in Vanuatu triggered a series of earthquakes that cracked open parts of the island of Ambrym.
Venezuela was also hit by earthshaking events, a 5.6 magnitude quake hit the region of Carabobo opening fissures in the ground and buildings.
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tornado killed at least three people when it hit northeastern Alabama early Wednesday shortly after midnight, authorities said.
The three who died were all in a mobile home in the northeastern Alabama community of Rosalie, Jackson County Chief Deputy Rocky Harnen told the Associated Press early Wednesday. Another person in the home was critically injured, Harnen said.
In Idler in DeKalb County, four other people were also critically injured after a 24-hour daycare center was flattened, local officials also said.Up to 20 buildings, including a Baptist church and a shopping plaza, were destroyed in Roslie, Harnen said.
As of 4 a.m. ET, Alabama Power reported that 3,500 customers were suffering outages.
Possible tornadoes were reported across several counties in northern Alabama and southern Tennessee.
Tornadoes and hail were also reported Tuesday in Louisiana and Mississippi. In Mississippi, the National Weather Service in Jackson said late Tuesday that it had counted six confirmed tornadoes so far in the areas of the state it monitors.
Tuesday evening a storm that hit Colbert County in the extreme northwest of the state, heavily damaged a home in Tuscumbia, trapping the residents inside, AL.com reported. Two people were injured, the report added.
Before the storms reached Alabama, numerous reports of tornadoes occurred in Mississippi earlier Tuesday evening. So far, no injuries have been reported in the Magnolia State from this round of severe weather.
According to the National Weather Service, a likely tornado in Noxubee County, Mississippi, trapped people inside a camp house on Ebenezer Church Road on Tuesday. Four homes were reportedly destroyed along that road.
A tornado described as “large and extremely dangerous” was reported near Mashulaville Tuesday.
(FORECAST: Severe Weather Threatens the South)
In Scott, Mississippi, a 250- to 300-yard swath of damage was reported from Highway 481 to Debates Road, the NWS also reported. Roof damage was spotted on Mejelk Road and a tree collapsed on top of a mobile home. A tree fell on top of a house and destroyed two sheds on Reeves Road, but no injuries were reported.
In Grenada, Mississippi, three homes on McSwine Road were damaged by thunderstorm winds.
Thunderstorms produced large hail and prompted tornado warnings across parts of Mississippi on Tuesday. Some trees and power lines were downed.
In Jackson, Mississippi, a fallen tree blocked two lanes of a road on Tuesday morning, MSNewsNow.com reported.
There were also reports of baseball- and golf ball-sized hail hitting the central and north parts of the Magnolia State on Tuesday.
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Lancaster PD are investigating a possible murder-suicide that left five children without their mother.
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