Listen: Favorite Songs of the Fire Chiefs of Patch

We asked the fire chiefs in our Patches their favorite song and made a Spotify playlist.

We're going to mix it up with our Spotify playlist this week. Instead of telling you what we're listening to, we're asking prominent people in the community what they're rockin'.

This week we asked the fire chief in each of our Patches their favorite song. To listen, you have to be a Spotify user, but don't worry, signing up is free!

Note: To listen, click the Play button at the top of the widget. It should launch your Spotify application if it isn't already open. If your Spotify is already open, the playlist should automatically open and play.

Who should we ask next week?

Here's the song each fire chief chose:

"Don't Stop Believin'," Journey: Chief Walter Hower,

"South City Midnight Lady," Doobie Brothers: Chief Russ Hose,

"Dream On," Aerosmith: Chief William Turner, Highland Heights

"Ireland," Garth Brooks: Chief Richard Harvey, (Unfortunately this song was not available in Spotify)

"Crazy Train," Ozzy Osborne: Chief Rick Racine,

"Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys," Willie Nelson: Chief John Bacon,

"Jungleland," Bruce Springsteen: Chief Scott Gilman,

"Free Bird," Lynyrd Skynyrd: Chief Bill Kalbaugh,

Ron Wassum July 13, 2012 at 01:00 PM
Mentor Patch, song from Mentor Chief. All others are from Chiefs outside of Lake County. Why not call this rag the patch and leave Mentor out completely???????
Christopher C Esker July 13, 2012 at 02:05 PM
WassumPossum - Read the article next time: "We asked the fire chiefs in our Patches their favorite song and made a Spotify playlist." Duh.
Cara July 13, 2012 at 07:46 PM
What no "Smoke gets in your eyes?"


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