Deadly Tornadoes: Causes & Devastation/ Women Who Rock
Alabama is devastated as a result of the deadly tornadoes that have made their way through the state. Leaving behind nearly 300 casualties, tornadoes of this magnitude have not been seen in almost forty years.
We’ll hear from an eyewitness to the destruction, and WOSU reporter Mandie Trimble, who returned to her home state to help. Then we’ll recall a similar storm from 37 years ago in Xenia, Ohio.
Watch: Interview with Christopher England, who captured tornado on tape
Women rock too! We’ll hear about influential female artists that are being represented in Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s newest exhibit.
Join for a discussion about the vision, passion, and power of these female artists- from Aretha Franklin to Lady Gaga.
- Mandie Trimble (Reporter, WOSU News)
- Doug Walker (Media Relations, University of Alabama)
- Mary Jo Parker (National Weather Service- Wilmington, Ohio)
- Mark Steiner (eyewitness to 1974 Xenia Tornado)
- Meredith Rutledge (Curator, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame)
- Susan Whitall (Feature Writer, Detroit News)
- Women Who Rock Exhibit (Info, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame)