Sunday, August 20, 2017

Blue Moon of Kentucky

Hope you all have a great new week.

“Alabama Rain” Jim Croce
“California Blue” Roy Orbison
“Blue Moon of Kentucky” Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys
“Massachusetts” Bee Gees
“The Tennessee Waltz” Patty Page
“Blue Hawaii” Elvis
 “Midnight Train to Georgia” Gladys Knight and the Pips

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Moon Over Bourbon Street

Hope you’re all having a great week.

“Electric Avenue” Eddy Grant
“Love Street” The Doors
“Moon Over Bourbon Street” Sting
“Baker Street” Gerry Raferty
“Where the Streets Have No Name” U2
“Street Of Dreams” Guns N’ Roses
“The Streets of London” Ralph McTell

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Just One Kiss

May sweet kisses be yours this new week.

“Marie (Shut Up and Kiss Me)” Willie Nelson
“Kiss On My List” Hall & Oates
“Just One Kiss” Rick Springfield
“Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” Deep Purple
“Kiss Me Like You Mean It” Air Supply
“I’ll Kiss You” Cyndi Lauper
“Kiss to Kiss” Cher
“Kiss and Say Goodbye” The Manhattans

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Your Love Is King

Hope this weekend finds all you Kings and Queens happily reigning over your kingdoms.

“King of the Mountain” KISS
“The King Has Lost His Crown” Abba
“Your Love Is King” Sade
“My Fairy King” Queen
“King Of Dreams” Deep Purple
“From a Jack to a King” Elvis
“Bring Me the Disco King” David Bowie
“I’m a King Bee” The Rolling Stones

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Queen of Hearts

“Ballad of a Teenage Queen” Johnny Cash
“Queen of Spades” Styx
“Queen of Hearts” Juice Newton
“Dancing Queen” Abba
“Queen of the Hours” Electric Light Orchestra
“I Might Have Been Queen” Tina Turner
“Queen of My Heart” Hank Williams Jr.

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Our Last Song Together

Hope this new week finds you enjoying the August days and singing a happy song.

“The Song is Over” The Who
“Your Song” Elton John
“Our Last Song Together” Neil Sedaka
“Same Old Song and Dance” Aerosmith
“Love In Song” Wings
“The 59th Street Bridge Song” Simon and Garfunkel
 “Shoop Shoop Song” Cher
“The King Kong Song” Abba

Friday, August 4, 2017

Jump in the Line

Jump in the line this weekend with family and friends and have an awesome time.

“(Just Like) Starting Over” John Lennon
“Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
“Jump In the Line” Harry Belafonte
“The Joker” Steve Miller Band
“Jam Up and Jelly Tight” Tommy Roe
“Jessie’s Girl” Rick Springfield
“Joy to the World” Three Dog Night
“Just Like a Woman” Bob Dylan

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Whisper In the Wind

Hope this week is going well and sweet inspiration comes to you whispering in the wind.

“Whisper My Name” Gordon Lightfoot
“Whispers” Elton John
“Whisper In the Wind” Lobo
“Careless Whisper” Julio Iglesias
“Whisper in the Dark” Dionne Warwick
“Whispers In the Wind” Dan Fogelberg
“Whisper My Name” Randy Travis

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Pancho and Lefty

Highlighting  more great music. This is a terrific band The Diablo Rhythm Wranglers. Colin Hamilton Sacks plays all the instruments and sings all harmonies on the songs that are his originals. Hope you all have a great new week.

Originals by Colin Sacks

Moth Song
Pancho and Lefty
Last Train From Poor Valley
Diablo Rhythm Wranglers (not original) Take Me Back to Tulsa

Friday, July 28, 2017


Highlighting another great talent Jathon Delsy. It’s been a pleasure for me to meet him on G+. He has his own YouTube channel and is very musical. Have a sunny weekend and enjoy.

Love Live Long
Mad Moments
Love Forever
Desire’s Dream

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Lonely Tree

Highlighting the music of a dear friend on Google +. His YouTube site is called Darren Burch Music and he has some awesome musical videos. Darren Burch is a great songwriter and singer.  Enjoy.

Berna Loves Apples
 I Can’t Have You
Lonely Tree
Endless Love
I’ll Never Give up on You
Toying With a Cowboy Heart
Your Heart Is Killing Me

Monday, July 24, 2017

I Just Saw a Face

Wishing you all a wonderful and inspirational new week.

“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” The Rolling Stones
“(I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone” The Monkees
“I Just Saw a Face” The Beatles
“I Believe In Music” Mac Davis
“I Can’t Stop Loving You” Ray Charles
“I Get Around” The Beach Boys

“I Made It Through the Rain” Barry Manilow
“I Am I Said” Neil Diamond

Friday, July 21, 2017

She Bop

Hope you all have an enjoyable weekend. For your pleasure the best of two awesome singers Cyndi Lauper and Bonnie Tyler.

“Girls Just Want to Have Fun” Cyndi Lauper
“Hat Full of Stars”
“She Bop”
“When You Were Mine”
“It’s a Heartache” Bonnie Tyler
“Lost In France”
“Holding Out for a Hero”
“Total Eclipse of the Heart”

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

All Summer Long

Hope your road through summer has you dancing along. Enjoy this brand-new week.

“Endless Summer” Oceana
“Hot Fun in the Summertime” Sly and the Family Stone
“All Summer Long” The Beach Boys
“Girls In Their Summer Clothes” Bruce Springsteen
“Our Last Summer” Abba
“Summer In the City” Joe Cocker
“The Other Side of Summer” Elvis Costello
“Summer of ‘69” Bryan Adams

Friday, July 14, 2017

You’re Still the One

Hope the July sun shines upon you this weekend.

“Still Loving You” Scorpions
“I Still Miss Someone” Johnny Cash
“You’re Still the One” Orleans
“Still the Same” Bob Seger
“Dance (While the Music Still Goes On)” Abba
“Still Waters (Run Deep)” The Bee Gees
“I’m Still In Love With You” Al Greene
“It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me” Billy Joel

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Sweet Home Alabama

Hope you’re having an inspirational week.

“California Blue” Roy Orbison
“Georgia On My Mind” Ray Charles
“Sweet Home Alabama” Lynard Skynard
“Indiana Wants Me” R. Dean Taylor
“Massachusetts” Bee Gees
“Yellow Rose of Texas”
 “Arizona” Mark Lindsay
“Kentucky Rain” Elvis

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Beach Baby

Hope you’re enjoying a lovely summer weekend and that you and your beach babies might find the time to head for the beach for some fun in the sun. These songs are from the 1970s hope they bring back some memories.

“Margaritaville” Jimmy Buffett
“Indian Reservation” The Raiders
“Beach Baby” First Class
“Play That Funky Music” Wild Cherry
“Summer Breeze” Seals and Crofts
“Saturday in the Park” Chicago
“The Morning After” Maureen McGovern
“Wildfire” Michael Murphy

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Somebody to Love

For those who remember and for those who would like to know about it. There are so many memories associated with the Summer of Love with hippies, peace signs and young people heading out to San Francisco, California. It was 1967 and it was some summer and a lot of great music resulted from this. How time does fly and now is the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. Let’s listen to some of the fantastic music that came from a summer that will never come again.

“Ruby Tuesday” The Rolling Stones
“Little Bit O’ Soul” Music Explosion
“Somebody to Love” Jefferson Airplane
“San Francisco” Scott McKenzie
“See Emily Play” Pink Floyd
 “All You Need Is Love” The Beatles
“Pleasant Valley Sunday” The Monkees
“How Can I Be Sure” The Young Rascals

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Happy Together

Hope you all have a great and inspirational new week and you’re happy with whoever you are together with.

“Half of My Heart” John Mayer

“Hang On Sloopy” The McCoys
“Happy Together” The Turtles
“Have You Ever Seen the Rain” Creedence Clearwater Revival
“Hey There Lonely Girl” Eddie Holmes
“Heart Like a Wheel” Linda Ronstadt
“Hello Goodbye” The Beatles

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Get Off My Cloud

Hope you’re having a wonderful week and enjoy the summertime.

“(Ghost) Riders In the Sky” The Outlaws
“Get It Right the First Time” Billy Joel
“Get Off My Cloud” The Rolling Stones
“Gloria” Laura Branigan
“Girl” The Beatles
“Going Back to Gloria” Roy Orbison
“Good-bye Yellow Brick Road” Elton John

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Down By the River

In the summertime we all look toward cool, clear water to relax by. Hope you’re having a wonderful and sunny summer weekend and your new week will be fantastic.

“Smoke On the Water” Deep Purple
“The River” Bruce Springsteen
“Down By the River” Neil Young
“Beyond the Sea” Bobby Darin
“Come On Down to My Boat” Every Mother’s Son
“A Teardrop to the Sea” Bon Jovi
“Bridge Over Troubled Water” Simon & Garfunkel
“Fire Lake” Bob Seeger