In , “rumble strips” that sound out the War Hymn’s opening cadence appeared on a road next to campus, and they’re now featured in several spots (see map at bottom). Cary Tschirhart ’85, a former Aggie bandsman who helped work out the math for the rumble strips, shared his calculations with us. Laying down “Hullabaloo” strips.
The Back To Black producer was joined on stage by "Valerie" writer Dave McCabe and Winehouse's backing band for the performance the Rumble Strips, mourned and paid tribute to the fallen.
Kyle Field's in view on the left as you roll over the rumble strips. Former Aggie Band members say it sounds best at 40 mph - left lane if you're in a car, right lane for pickups.
Pete Doherty & The Rumble Strips have joined the line-up of ‘David Gest My Life! A Musical Concert Extravaganza' and will perform with The Temptations in London on 14 October. "Back to Black" is a song by English singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse. It was released by Island Records on 30 April as the third single from Winehouse's second and .
There’s something special about the rumble strips that line the edges of Route 66 as it runs by the outskirts of Albuquerque, New Mexico. You wouldn’t think a rumble strip is something to be excited about, but the rumble strip on this particular patch of highway was actually designed so that the air from passing vehicles creates musical notes.