Hi, everyone. We’re on Day 12 of the music challenge: a song from your childhood. I debated among several before finally choosing Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan’s “Tennessee Bird Walk.” Enjoy!
I’m trying to get back on track with my regular blogging features, so now we’re on Day 11 of this challenge: a song you wish you could witness live.
This is a tricky one, as I’ve been fortunate to see so many of my favorite artists in concert. Many of them have passed now, so that’s the list I went to for answers.
I finally came down on the side of Elvis Presley performing “Trying to Get to You.” This performance is from the ’68 “Come Back Special,” which aired when I was four years old.
This really is my favorite Elvis era. I even visited that leather suit when I was in Memphis.
Well, here we are on Day 10 of the challenge. I am trying to get past my dislike of the new “block editor” here on WordPress. We’ll see how long that lasts.
Anyway, today’s challenge is “a song that’s been stuck in your head.” This could be for good or ill, I suppose. In any event, here’s one of mine: Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Down on the Corner.” Enjoy!
Hi, all. It’s Day 9 of the challenge: a song that makes you dance. There are several, but this Wild Cherry tune from my junior high school days tops the list. Please enjoy this this 2017 live performance by Rob Parissi of his band’s 1976 hit, “Play That Funky Music” … and see if you don’t wind up dancing yourself!
Hi, everyone. We’re on Day 8 of the challenge: a song that’s your “guilty pleasure.”
Now, I will tell you that I no longer feel guilty or embarrassed about liking what I like. That said, this is a long-time favorite that I wouldn’t confess to for ages. Please enjoy ABBA’s “Waterloo.”