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Wednesday, December 13, 2017
I woke up today to the sad news that Pat DiNizio, lead singer for The Smithereens had passed away. I thought back to the late 80's, watching MTV and watching the video for "Blood and Roses". Then I found out that the band was from New Jersey and Pat was from Scotch Plains and had lived there the past 20 years. I have lived myself in Scotch Plains the past 8 years and Pat's house is right across the street from my daughter's school.
Sometime in the early 90's was the one time I saw The Smithereens live and what I remember most was how loud they were. It was at Kean College and the venue was not that large but it was quite a memorable show.
At work, I entered The Smithereens on my online radio station and I will listen to songs that I haven't heard too much over the years. A small part of my early adulthood is now gone and while this saddens me, I think Pat went to the otherside with a life well lived. Prayers to Pat's family and friends and hope everybody can listen to at least one Smithereens' song today.
New Jersey rocker Pat DiNizio, the lead singer of rock group The Smithereens, is dead at 62 https://t.co/JLAeY7DNGe pic.twitter.com/mtRKeqdhYC— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) December 13, 2017
Oct 12 1955 Pat DiNizio vocalist born in Scotch Plains, New Jersey 🤘The Smithereens🤘 - Blood And Roses https://t.co/UUMZpOhGc9 via @YouTube— Rev. MAD Dog (@revmaddog3) October 12, 2017
Friday, December 8, 2017
Freight Train Derailment Disrupts NJ TRANSIT Service: A freight train derailment near Union Station is messing up the afternoon commute for some NJ TRANSIT riders.BREAKING: NJ Transit service suspended between Newark and Cranford after freight train derailment in Union #nbc4ny https://t.co/46U1rEewz2 pic.twitter.com/LWE5NOmewB— Steven Bognar (@Bogs4NY) December 8, 2017
Freight train derails in Union Township: A freight train has derailed in Elizabeth Friday afternoon.What we know so far about a freight train derailment in NJ: https://t.co/2ohOGLDA3G pic.twitter.com/GzhNddmOxE— PIX11 News (@PIX11News) December 8, 2017
Raritan Valley Line is temporarily suspended due to a freight train derailment. Please follow the link for bus options from NY Port Authority Bus Terminals. https://t.co/mb0rgKWBDt pic.twitter.com/Fko9l7oOr7— NJ TRANSIT (@NJTRANSIT) December 8, 2017