Well I am back from my Roller Coaster Road Trip and ready to get back to blogging. Now if there is one song that will forever remind me of this trip it is Katy Perry’s Swish Swish. It’s the kind of song that you just want to listen to over and over again…and we did! Enjoy!
My mama don’t like you and she likes everyone Good morning from the beautiful city of Toronto. Like the cheeseball I am, as soon as we hit the Canadian border I wanted to play music of Canadian artists. Of course one of the first ones I thought of was the Biebs, and so today’s Song of … More Song of the Day – Love Yourself – Justin Bieber
Happy Friday from Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. I haven’t been able to post for a couple of days because there was no WiFi in Sandusky, Ohio, our most recent stop, but here I am, ready to go once again with a Flashback Friday Song of the Day. We’ve been hearing a lot of Nicki Minaj in … More Flashback Friday Song of the Day – Starships – Nicki Minaj
Here’s a great little dancey nugget for your Tuesday. Take a listen to the funky You Don’t Know Me and then go out and enjoy your Tuesday.
Good morning and Happy Monday from Cincinnati, Ohio. We’re on the first day of our Roller Coaster Road Trip 2017 and I’ll be doing my best to keep Song of the Day going, and probably with tunes we’ve been listening to in the car. First up is yet another artist who’s been long absent from the new music scene … More Song of the Day – All the Lovers – Kylie Minogue
Harry Styles debut solo album is awesome, full of mature, well-written and performed tunes that’ll be on my playlist for a long time to come. Very impressed! Here’s the first single from the eponymous album, a dramatic opus to well, a Sign of the Times…
Here is one of my choices from last week’s debut of my new feature, New Music Fridays. John Splithoff is an indie artist who’s just put out only his third song in as many years, and this, his latest, is a pleasant, summery nugget that I loved the very first time I heard it. Check out Show … More Song of the Day – Show Me – John Splithoff, feat. Madison Ryann Ward