A common tradition around the holidays is to listen to an assortment of holiday-themed songs that are played on the radio. While many of these songs are popular in the mainstream, some of them are not as well-known. Expand your horizons over the holidays and give these lesser-known holiday songs a listen.
Did you know that November is International Percussion Month? For those unaware, any instrument played by striking something with your hands or a stick is a percussion instrument. There are many percussion instruments in the world, but the most well-known is the drum. A drum can produce many sounds, and the sound it…
October is upon us, which means Halloween is just around the corner. In addition to wearing costumes and decorating their houses, people like to listen to spooky songs to get into the holiday mood. Get ready for Halloween by listening to one of these five devilish songs.
If you love music, you should know that September is National Piano Month. Since the 1700s, the piano has been a staple of the music scene, and it has been used in a variety of live performances. There are many people who want to learn how to play the piano, but some of them have trouble figuring out where to start.
It’s hard to believe, but the start of Fall is just around the corner. There are only a few more weeks of fun in the sun, barbecues, and pool parties. Here are a few songs to help wrap up the summer.
There’s no better time than July to catch a beautiful sunset. With longer days, it’s easier for more and more people to catch one. Here are a few great songs, based on your activity, to play as you watch the sunset.