Need some jams to workout to? I cannot workout unless I have some tunes to workout to. If you are like me and need a beat to workout to or need an updated playlist, here is a list of my top songs to workout to.
David Bisbal is a singer and song writer from Spain. He has been creating music for over 19 years. He has toured around the world, and captured hearts everywhere. Also, you got to love his dance moves that he shows off in his music videos.
It is the time of year where ghost and ghouls come crawling out. Each specter creating spooky sights. So to prep for this All Hollow’s Eve coming and the horde of trickster visit my haunted steps of my home in hopes of tasty treats, I have complied the perfect Halloween playlist to get you into the mood.
In a time of uncertainty and chaos, how can one get a giggle and a laugh? How about taking a few popular songs and creates parodies with today’s events? Well one man took on this challenge. He even has been nominated for an Emmy for the works he created. He has been interviewed on NPR, and other notable news source outlets. Randy Rainbow is a Youtube creator that uses parodies to poke fun of politicians and other popular figures. He is a natural comedic talent. He uses footage from interviews and rallies to create this conversation between himself and the famous figures that he is targeting where they are respond to his sarcastic comments and seething questions.
I find summer is when I spend the most time listening to music. I spend time flipping through old albums on the long road trips and vacations. Songs I haven’t listen to in awhile become new favorites again, and new discoveries are added to my ever growing playlist. So I decided to share my top 10 songs I am playing this summer.
Many people have the goal of learning a second language at some point in their life. The desire could be driven from curiosity or a school requirement. Here are my 4 steps to help master a language .
Music transcends language barriers and generational gaps. Music tends to have distinctive elements that clue us into what genre and era they come from. Some singers can last throughout history and make their mark on the musical timeline. Others have one song that helps define their career. Lou Bega is a bit of both.
Is this play a turning point for Broadway? Did history come alive?