Hurricane Playlist to Ride Out the Storm

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Many of us could be locked up for a few days if a hurricane hits.  Along with your wine, bourbon, and beer, we need great music (unless all electricity goes down..then we need a generator or battery-operated radio “Old School”).  We looked far and wide at some of the best “Hurricane” themed songs to help you ride out this latest threat to the Lowcountry.

Basically, it is never too early to be prepared.

Here are some great songs for your Hurricane Florence Playlist

‘Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season’ -Jimmy Buffett

‘Riders on the Storm’ -The Doors

‘Windy’ -The Association

‘Leaving on a Jet Plane’ -John Denver

Riding The Storm Out – Reo Speedwagon

‘Should I Stay or Should I Go” -The Clash

‘Stuck in the Middle with You’ -Stealers Wheel

‘Hurricane’ -Neil Diamond

‘Hurricane’ -Charles Bradley

‘Call It Stormy Monday’ -T-Bone Walker

‘Living on a Prayer’ – Bon Jovi

‘Stormbringer’ – Deep Purple

‘Blowin’ in the Wind’ – Bob Dylan

‘Against the Wind’ – Bob Seger

‘Hurricane’ – Luke Combs

‘A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall’ – Bob Dylan

‘Here Comes the Rain Again’ – Eurythmics

Blame it on the Rain – Milli Vanilli

Bonus:  ‘Purple Rain’ Prince

PICTURE GALLERY: Charleston, South Carolina is quiet and prepared for Hurricane Florence

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As the Carolina’s brace for Hurricane Florence, Charleston prays and prepares for what could be one of the most devastating hurricanes in decades.? Based on the current path, Charleston should be more fortunate then our neighbors up north.?? We also know we have been through enough to know that preparation is key.

Here is a gallery of some of the images of the Lowcountry preparing and bracing for Hurricane Florence.

We also stand in solidarity with our coastal neighbors in South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.

 

 

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Coming Street – College of Charleston Campus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To all affected, be safe.