Post Edited By Moderator (stkitt) : 10/1/2008 8:03:15 AM (GMT-6)
Country......................all of them, Kid Rock, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith. You may have to google who they are as we are miles apart here ............ lol. I also like tunes from the 80's rock.
Pump up the volume.
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
Metallica! Fade to black...wow that takes me back. Right now I blast anything by Muse..LOUD!
I still have vinyl from my teen years..but no means to play them..
Very eclectic (Aha to the spice girls...) Yeah, I'm a geek!
Holy Moley Batman, I feel 100 years old. I always knew who was "in" when I had kids at home but my baby is 36.
I guess I better have the grandkids over more
Music is an extremely powerful form of expression. It combines both words and sound to deliver a message. Certain songs that one hears on the radio can trigger specific memories in one's mind. There is no doubt, there is a fervent connection between music and our feelings.
So whatever your preference is, just remember how great music is in our lives.
Post Edited (Pamela Neckpain) : 8/31/2008 5:32:44 AM (GMT-6)
Flogging Molly, don't you mean clogging Molly...........lol. Hey I am so glad you started this thread, it is fun and uplifting.
OK, I am a KT Tunstall fan, does that count?
Post Edited (stkitt) : 8/31/2008 5:54:52 PM (GMT-6)
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Post Edited (Here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty) : 8/31/2008 6:50:13 PM (GMT-6)
Greatful dead....well that takes me back..
I love Bjork..she seems to capture emotion and then let it
Okay, I'm with Kitt, I feel really old now myself. I have to honestly say I have never heard of half the music listed in this post.
I personally put on my Van Halen or Queen CD and crank it up and sing at the top of my lungs. Or, John Williamson (an australian singer) is my top choice right now.
If it were up to my niece, I'd be listening to the Jonas Brothers all day every day. I knew I was old a few weeks back when I was babysitting her and her little brother and I walked down to her room and proceeded to tell her to "turn that racket down" (I realized than that I had turned into my mother and how she felt when we played our music too loud at home when I was a teenager).