*I am late to the Bloganuary challenge but I couldn’t resist responding to today’s topic.
As far back as I can remember, music has been paramount to my family and me. I heard music in a variety of places. My dad could be found in his truck listening to his favorite Four Tops song to finish on the radio before he came inside, while my mother would drag me to another church for her to sing. I sat many afternoons with my grandpa, listening to his bluegrass and big band albums. I would watch my older, long-haired, metal-band-playing cousin sit on his amp and shred on his electric guitar. I even remember our childhood babysitter, who constantly watched MTV while my younger cousin and I watched along. Then came Metallica and Stone Temple Pilots, with Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd coming before them. I grew, and my eclectic musical taste grew as well. My current playlist is just as diverse as ever, and I love every second of it.
So here is the diverse list of what I have been listening to lately:
“Goodbye Carolina” by The Marcus King Band
“Jireh (featuring Chandler Moore & Naomi Raine)” by Elevation Worship and Maverick City Music
“Changes (featuring The Budos Band)” by Charles Bradley
“This is the Time” by Nothing More
“Lips Like Sugar” by Echo & The Bunnymen
“See You On the Other Side” by Ozzy Osbourne
“Seven Spanish Angels” by Ray Charles and Willie Nelson
“Sweetness” by Jimmy Eat World
“Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac
“Kate McCannon” by Colter Wall