August Playlist 2019


For those of you who missed it, I am going to start releasing an updated playlist every month, so be sure to check back frequently to hear some new music! These posts will highlight my top favorite songs in wide range of genres, so I really hope that you find something that you like. Please don’t hesitate to share your own suggestions in the comments section because I love discovering music as well. I hope that you enjoy this month’s mix!

  • Be Like That by 3 Doors Down
  • Poplar by Michigander
  • One Man Band by Old Dominion
  • Will You Think of Me Later? by Edwin Raphael
  • Alligator by Of Monsters and Men
  • Flares by The Script
  • White Flag by Daughtry
  • Say We’ll Make It by Vacation Manor
  • Fools by ufo ufo

What do you think about this playlist? Did you discover any new songs? Were any of these familiar to you? Do you have any good ones for me? 

15 thoughts on “August Playlist 2019

  1. I am an old school classic rock kind of guy.(that comes with age) so my playlist tends to be more Eagles, America, Jethro Tull and Cat Stevens but I see a few on here that strikes my fancy. I like modern country and western because it reminds me of the old 70’s songs. Kenny Chesney’s ‘Demons’ is a playlist must for me.

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    1. That is so neat, and I have been listening to a lot of rock music lately too. Modern country is a big go-to in my family, but I enjoy listening to some of the older artists as well like Hank Williams or Johnny Cash. Sometimes it is great to just go back to some of the classics… I don’t think I have ever heard that song from Kenny Chesney though, so I will definitely need to look into that. Thank you so much for sharing!

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