This Friday's song is "This Ain't Nothin" by Craig Morgan. It is a great reminder to keep your perspective and understand what's important.
As we kick off the summer here on the Emerald Coast of Florida, here is a fun song by Jon Pardi, Tequila Little Time. Teresa and I are planning on doing some more exploring of the coastal towns in this part of Florida this summer. Wouldn't be surprised if we wound up in a beach bar or two along the way.
This Friday's song is Little Red Corvette by Prince. When this song was released in 1982, I was living in Houston, Texas. Houston was growing rapidly at the time and it was an incredible place to live.
This Friday's song is a long-time personal favorite, Don't Stop Believin' by Journey. This 1981 song was featured in the final scene of The Sopranos in 2007.
This Friday's song is Country Again by Thomas Rhett. He has been a favorite for a while. This is a big "pivot" day for me, so this song really seemed like a great choice for today. l Hope you enjoy it!
This Friday's song is "Mother" by Sugerland. It says it all. Happy Mother's Day!
To celebrate my birthday weekend, this Friday's song is "Trip Around the Sun" by Jimmy Buffett and Martina McBride. Hope that you enjoy it!
This Friday's song is "People Are Crazy" by Billy Currington. The songwriter, Troy Jones, was trying to think of three things you can't argue with, and came up with "God is great; beer is good; people are crazy."
This Friday’s song is "He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother" by the Hollies. This 1969 hit was one of those songs that always "stuck" with me.
This Friday's song is "Knowing You" by Kenny Chesney. This song is for everyone who has to face pain like this over the past year as this awful disease took so many from those they loved.
This Friday's song is "Mandolin Rain" by Bruce Hornsby and the Range. This song was on their debut album which was released in late 1986.
This Friday's song is “Can't You See” by the Marshall Tucker Band which was released in 1973. Southern rock was just taking over the pop music charts and songs like this became stables of college dorm life in the early 70s.