The inaugural Suwannee Roots Revival Festival got off to a wild start in Live Oak, FL last night, as Missouri’s favorite bluegrass sons The Hillbenders performed their epic rendition of The Who’s classic rock opera Tommy. With a packed crowd of early arrivals ready to blow off steam, the reception in crowd was as raucous as the antics of the band onstage. Our own Rex Thomson is on the scene and captured the rip-roaring rendition of the tune for us all to enjoy!Check out the fun below:Suwannee Roots Revival continues throughout the weekend! Keep it tuned to L4LM for exclusive videos and more.
WNY News Now Image.JAMESTOWN – An Ohio man faces a slew of charges following a vehicle pursuit on I-86 near Jamestown last week.New York State Police say 19-year-old Marquis Lewis was allegedly driving erratically with a child in his vehicle on I-86 eastbound last Friday.Troopers say they attempted to pull over Lewis however he fled.The man then exited the interstate and continued to flee on Main and South Work Streets in Falconer at a high rate of speed, before crashing at the intersection of Peck Settlement Road and Route 60 while attempting to negotiate a turn. Police say none of the occupants in the vehicle, including the minor passenger, were injured in the crash.Additional investigation revealed that Lewis was wanted out of Ohio for aggravated robbery.He is charged with third-degree unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, endangering the welfare of a child and being a fugitive from justice.Police say Lewis was processed and transported to the Chautauqua County Jail, pending arraignment and extradition in the case. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Tourists line up to climb Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia on Oct. 25. AAP IMAGE/LUKAS COCH/VIA REUTERS The closure wasannounced two years ago when fewer than 20 percent of the visitors were makingthe climb.(Reuters) Nearly 400,000visitors flocked to the Australian landmark in the year to end-June, governmentdata showed. YULARA –Hundreds of tourists clambered up Australia’s Uluru on Friday, the day before apermanent ban on climbing the sacred rock takes effect, following adecades-long fight by indigenous people to close the trek. The Anangupeople, the traditional owners of Uluru, have called for the climb to be closedsince 1985, when the park was returned to the indigenous control.