Music soothes the savage beast. During and after a stressful day, listening to music, especially your favorite tunes, has an ability to make you feel better. It penetrates our bodies. If someone says that a certain song or piece of music has moved them or touched them it is very literal. It really has. Listening to Music stimulates more parts of the brain than any other human function. It touches us emotionally, where words alone cannot.
I have assembled over Sixteen Hours of non-repeating personal favorites – no single genre of music – From the 1950s on up – a mix of oldies, classic rock, country, pop nuggets, full length versions, extended mixes, and a few unedited album cuts that you may never hear on traditional radio. I’m working on some Jazz favorites as well, and am constantly editing the flow of the station so it makes sense. There are some popular songs that I simply will not play – and the reason is – they are not favorites. Just because a tune is popular does not make it good..
From Forbes: In 2014, one third of Americans used their phones to stream music. Young adults (18-24) listened to internet radio more than terrestrial. Two of the top five most popular apps in America (Pandora and Youtube) are used for streaming music. With Americans now spending more time on their phones than watching television, there has never been a more opportune time to maximize internet radio experiences.
‘Join Together’ to enjoy ‘Smoke On The Water’ while you ‘Listen to the Music’.
EMAIL CHRIS – firstname.lastname@example.org – or – call 518.223.6044
Special thanks to Kimberly Ann Jones for encouraging me and participating in this endeavor.