This weekend I’m moving the last out of my stuff out of the house I’ve called home for six years, and going on a new adventure in Vermont. This seemed fitting.
I love a good jamboree.
I’m a t a point where I feel like, if you don’t like Alabama Shakes, you may not have a soul.
You have to have your window open wide for this one — it’s right there in the song.
This song may be the most fun thing I’ve ever heard.
I was in a store recently and heard this on the radio and was reminded how much I liked the song…so I downloaded it right then and there. (Can we talk about this video, though? Who heard this song and thought, “We need carnies”?)
But there is one song that I love listening to with the windows down more than any other…
What says summer more than the Florida Keys? Seriously, if you missed The New Basement tapes, go download it now.
So far, Jason Isbell can do no wrong…
17-year-old me would be so excited to know that, as I approach middle age, there are still ATCQ albums to buy.
Rihanna is so much cooler than The Eagles.
Forget “the song of the summer,” I’m going to spend Sunday summers sharing what I’m listening to.
I’d say you had to be there, but it’s actually pretty great a week later…
I’ve been listening to this song a lot lately, and have yet to get through it without shedding a tear or two. I’m a sucker for a simple song of gratitude. I hope it brings some joy to your day–which may be spent arguing about politics with your family.
And maybe, when you’re done, give some thought to the folks at Standing Rock. Set aside, for a moment, the problem with the pipeline and what it would mean for the environment on a global scale, not just for the people at Standing Rock. It is a national disgrace that indigenous people-or any people–are still being treated this way by the government. If you can’t get away from work to help support them in person, please consider donating.
Is it weird that this song always reminds me of Dirty Dancing?
I can’t stop with the Sam Smith covers…