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101 number one song of the day was the big payoff for a group that struggled for years after they lost their record deal and their name right around the same time.
OKLAHOMA TORNADO KILLS 51, DEATH TOLL TO RISE
A huge tornado at least a half-mile wide and with winds up to 200 miles per hour hit the town of Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday (May 20th), killing at least 51 people as it leveled whole neighborhoods and flattened an elementary school in the Oklahoma City suburb. The death toll is expected to rise, with the Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office saying the number of dead could rise to as much as 91. The National Weather Service issued an initial finding that the tornado was an EF-4, the second most-powerful type. Scenes from the aftermath of the afternoon tornado saw rescuers pulling children from the destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School and looking for others in the debris, however children from the school were among the dead. Search efforts in Moore continued overnight. President Obama declared a major disaster and ordered federal aid to help pay for recovery efforts.
- The tornado loosely followed the path of a major tornado that hit the region in May 1999, and was the fourth twister to hit Moore since 1998.
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The 101 number one song of the day was inspired by a busy schedule. The guys who wrote it had trouble making time… to make time.
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The 101 number one song of the day was one of the earliest compositions written by songwriting legends Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller although it took a few years for it to get going…but once it did, it seemed like everyone wanted to record it.
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The 101 number one song of the day was recorded by a “one hit wonder” who became a preacher at the tender age of seven years old.
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The 101 number one song of the day was recorded by a woman who wanted to write songs; not sing them; but because she couldn’t read or play music her life took a different turn.
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An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to New York was forced to land in Kansas City so that officials could remove a woman that was singing Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” on a continuous loop.
Footage filmed inside the aircraft showed that the woman continued to sing as security guards escorted her off of the plane. An airline spokesman told WBTV that the woman had tom make her own travel arrangements for the remainder of her trip, after the airline refused to let her board another flight (WBTV).
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The person who recorded the 101 number one song of the day started out as a fallen woman looking for a savior but ended up knocking off one of the Hot 100’s longest running charttoppers.