Morning all and welcome to another start of the week. Did you get snow? We did – not as much as I’d like but enough to make me hope for a White Christmas (all fingers and toes are now crossed). In keeping with the season, and following on from last weeks Music for Monday, I’m sharing another three of my favourite Christmas songs because, cheesy as they are, I just can’t get enough. Continue reading
Morning and welcome to another Monday…why can’t the weekends last longer as today has come around way to quickly! To start the week off, I’m sharing another song that I can’t get out of my head. Actually, this morning, I’m sharing three because I didn’t know which one to pick.
The band is Martin Stephenson and the Daintees who have been around since I was a teenager (on and off) and who it’s a Christmas tradition to go see with my husband and best friend, not just because I love the music and like a bit of nostalgia but because Martin Stephenson is a funny man who tells stories to go with the songs. Can there be anything better than a night of singing, dancing and laughing? If you haven’t checked them out before, I can highly recommend it.
Anyway, on to my favourite songs – which are all oldies but which I just love listening to… Continue reading
One of the things I love most about Spotify is that I feel like I am always discovering new to me artists, either through the related artists section or because I am willing to give a musician “a go” whereas previously I might not have bought an album. I say new to me because the artists I’m discovering aren’t always new to everyone; in fact, some have been around for years but they have passed me by.
So this week’s Music for Monday does seem like a bit of a no brainer in that I’ve picked Tom Petty, who – sadly – died last week. Tom Petty is one of those artists that I feel like has been around forever and whose songs I seem to know all the words for, though I don’t own all his albums. Even if it’s a song you don’t know, you do instantly know it’s Petty as soon as you hear the first few bars. His music was distinctive, as was his voice.