Tune In Tuesday is a weekly feature in which bloggers get to showcase another one of their loves, music! This feature was originally created by Ginger over at GReads! but you can now find it here at Kate’s Tales of Books and Bands. If you would like to participate in this weekly feature, make a blog post showcasing a song (or a few!) and link up at the bottom of this post by clicking the cute blue guy! While you’re here make sure to check out all the other awesome blogs that have decided to participate!
I there everyone and welcome to yet another Tune In Tuesday! I hope the New Year is treating you all fantastically so far. How has the weather been for everyone? For those of you hit with the crazy, cold weather, are you staying safe and warm? The weather here is firmly in the negatives but the snow has stopped so I guess us Michiganders can consider it somewhat of a win.
I first listened to today’s artist about a month ago. It was one of those things on Spotify where they tell me that because I like one artist, I should check out this other one. On a brief sidenote: I have found some of my favorite artists today by following Spotify’s advice. Seriously, there is so much awesome music yet to be discovered on there. Anyways, getting back on track. After they suggested this artist, I made up a playlist for his music and before long I was totally and completely immersed. I found myself starring every single one of his songs. I would listen to one song, declare it my favorite and then I would listen to the next one and declare that one my favorite. He has one of those rare voices that is so hard to explain but you find yourself enraptured with you nonetheless. On top of that, his lyrics are flat-out beautiful. Each one tells a story or message that really truly sticks with me.With all of this being said, you can imagine how hard of a time I had narrowing down today’s song picks. Since it was so tough for me, I decided to just include the whole playlist! I know this is cheating but trust me, once you have a listen, you will understand what I mean. Without further ado,