Bassist and vocalist Marko Hietala has announced he is leaving the successful symphonic metal band Nightwish. In an announcement issued on Tuesday the 54-year-old Hietala cited his own issues with depression as well as disappointment in the music industrys corporate demands and dwindling profits.
What happened Nightwish bassist?Hietala cited chronic depression and disillusionment with the state of the music industry as reasons for his resignation. Jukka Koskinen of the Helsinki metal band Wintersun will join the group as their bassist, joining them on their upcoming “Human. :II: Nature.” tour.
Who replaced Marco on Nightwish?Jukka Koskinen Nightwish has announced the replacement for Marco Hietala, who has retired from the band. Jukka Koskinen (Wintersun) will be the bassist for the band as their support their “Human. :II: Nature” album World Tour. Nightwish said in a statement: “Finally we can share the awaited news with you all!
Why did Nightwish get rid of Tarja?Turunen was dismissed from the band on 21 October 2005 (just after the performance of the bands End of an Era concert) for personal reasons. She started her solo career in 2006 with the release of a Christmas album called Henkäys ikuisuudesta.
Who replaces Marco in Nightwish?Jukka Koskinen Nightwish has announced the replacement for Marco Hietala, who has retired from the band. Jukka Koskinen (Wintersun) will be the bassist for the band as their support their “Human. :II: Nature” album World Tour. Nightwish said in a statement: “Finally we can share the awaited news with you all!
Workers for the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority — West, close floodgates in Harvey, La. The two-storm combination could bring a history-making onslaught of wind and coastal flooding from Texas to Alabama, forecasters said. Still a tropical storm for now, Laura churned just south of Cuba after killing at least 11 people Is Marco coming back to NIGHTWISH?
UPDATE: Marco Collapses, Sets Stage For Laura To Hit US As Hurricane
the Dominican Republic and Haiti, where it knocked out power and caused flooding in the two nations that share the island of Hispaniola. The deaths reportedly included a 10-year-old girl whose home was hit by a tree and a mother and young son who were crushed by a collapsing wall. Laura was not expected to weaken over land before moving into warm, deep Gulf waters that forecasters said could bring rapid intensification.
We know that that water is not going to recede hardly at all before Laura hits, and so we've not seen this Is Marco coming back to NIGHTWISH?. John Bel Edwards Shrimp trawlers and fishing boats were tied up in a Louisiana harbor ahead of the storms. Red flags warned swimmers away from the pounding surf. Both in-person classes and virtual school sessions required because of the coronavirus pandemic were canceled in some districts. State emergencies were declared in Louisiana and Mississippi, and shelters were being opened with cots set farther apart, among other measures designed to curb infections.
The probable path of Tropical Storm Marco as of 10 a. Several hours away from the Louisiana coast, a lopsided Marco continued to collapse. By late Monday morning, meteorologists could no longer find tropical storm-force winds within its ragged center. It stayed a tropical storm only because of stronger winds to the northeast.
Because of that, the National Hurricane Center canceled tropical storm warnings for west of Morgan City, Louisiana, but kept them for the New Orleans region and farther east to the Mississippi and Alabama border, where Marco still had a bit of strength.
The threat of 2 to 4 feet of storm surge remained. Hampered by strong crosswinds that were decapitating the storm, Marco was expected to lose tropical storm designation late Monday, the hurricane center said.
Once Laura passes Cuba, the system could quickly strengthen over warm water, which acts as fuel to supercharge the storm. Forecasters predicted winds of 105 mph before landfall, but some models showed an even stronger storm. Together, the two storms could bring a total of 2 feet 0. The double punch Is Marco coming back to NIGHTWISH? just days before the Aug. August Creppel, chief of the United Houma Nation, was concerned about the group's 17,000 members, spread out over six parishes along the Louisiana coast.
He took part in a ceremony Saturday at the Superdome in New Orleans that included Native American singing and prayers to commemorate the hurricane's 15th anniversary. We just don't know who yet. That'll be the main attraction. Forecasters expected its 50 mph winds 85 kph to remain just offshore Tuesday as it weakens and dissipates, leaving a flooded coastline. Meanwhile, Laura drenched much of Cuba as it headed northwest at 20 mph 31 kmh with top sustained winds were 60 mph 95 kph.
In New Orleans, Sarah Manowitz, responsible for four bars in Is Marco coming back to NIGHTWISH? city's French Quarter, saw to it that windows were boarded up.
She also battened down her own house and filled her tub with water. Borenstein reported from Kensington, Maryland.
Associated Press contributors include Jeff Martin in Marietta, Georgia and Evens Sanon in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.