Thinking Out Loud + I’m Not The Only One

This mash-up of “Thinking Out Loud” and “I’m Not the Only One” is just jaw-dropping.

I am completely blown away by the beauty of this performance.

Hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.



Why Ya Wanna


“Why Ya Wanna” by Jana Kramer

Why ya gotta, why ya wanna make me keep wanting you.

Sia – Chandelier

My friend G sent me this video a week ago, and I can’t stop watching it. The dancing is so exquisite….and so hauntingly beautiful. I will be the first to admit that the face of the child is at times super creepy, but overall absolutely love it. I also think the camera work in this music video is freaking amazing. I love it.

The song is also superb. It kind of stays in your head for a while. The lyrics are so relatable; it kind of kills me how much I can relate to the song.

Anyway, hope y’all like it too!

Sia – Chandelier




Michael Learns to Rock

Music has always been a huge part of my life.

When I think of the music that defined my childhood, I think of several songs/bands. Of course like many of the very typical late 90’s early 2000’s kids, I remember Backstreet Boys, ‘N Sync, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Aaron Carter, etc.

But the songs that truly defined my childhood are songs that are older and very much influenced by my mom. One of the bands I listened to on repeat pretty much for years was Michael Learns to Rock.

For some reason I’ve been listening to a lot of their songs again. It definitely evokes comforting feelings and a little bit of nostalgia. I think it gives me a sense of “home” in this time of many transitions. I recognize a lot of the songs are sappy and corny, but I’m all about the sappy and the corny.

Here are my three favorite songs by Michael Learns to Rock:


Jacob Miller – Nervous

Jacob Miller messaged me on Twitter to check out this song.


I think the melody is quite lovely, and the guitar sounds amazing. The voice is beautiful, and I find myself being a little surprised when he hits all the high notes. Overall, it’s a pretty song, and I would listen to it if it came on the radio.

The only thing I would say is that at some points I felt like there were just too many words for one beat.

All in all, I was pleasantly surprised by this song. I’d be curious to see what this artist puts out in the future.

Side note: Thank you Jacob Miller for messaging me. I am always looking for new music to listen to, new articles to read. Everyone feel free to Tweet at me about your music/article/thoughts/blogs/etc. 



After Romeo – Free Fall

When After Romeo followed me on Twitter, I was curious. Who is this band following me on Twitter? I searched for “After Romeo” on Youtube and came across this song.

Sadly I feel too old to enjoy this as my life might have met its quota on boy bands (you know what with Backstreet Boys, ‘N Sync, Westlife, 98 Degrees, O-Zone, DBSK, Super Junior, One Direction and all). It’s also too happy for my dark and twisty phase of life.

But I thought I’d share this with people who might be looking for new guilty pleasures or young boys at the beginning of their musical journey.


Kodaline – High Hopes

This is my new favorite song. My friends who jam regularly sang “All I Want” by Kodaline, and I when I shared the “All I Want” music video with my best friend, V, she pointed me to this song.

I have mixed feelings about the music video, as there are so many hints of abusive/unhealthy relationships, but the song itself is so beautiful.

Hope you all love it as much as I do.


Band of Horses – The Funeral

I can’t seem to stop listening to this song.

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