Tag Archives: Music Monday

Music Monday! Just Breathe By Liam Taylor

Have a great Monday! ~Phil

Music Monday! The Best Musician Ever

A new song by my 19 year old son. He did every instrument, every note, all vocals and produced it himself. It’s got an alternative, club vibe to it. It starts with a slow build and then gets rolling. Enjoy!

Have a great Monday! ~Phil

Music Monday! Paramore covering Drake?

Here it is from the BBC Radio’s Live Lounge!

Enjoy and have a great Monday! ~Phil

Music Monday! The Killers

Who knew The Killers were still making new music? Here’s their first new song in five years.

Have a great Monday! ~Phil

Music Monday! Ben Howard from the Live Lounge: Call Me Maybe

Definitely a different take on the pop classic from 5 years ago. I love the Live Lounge from BBC radio. Their YouTube archives are full of classic, quirky covers like this.

Have a great Monday! ~Phil

Music Monday! Weezer: Feels Like Summer

Yes, Weezer, the elder statesmen of alternative rock are still around making good music. They’ve been around for 25 years now. Here’s their latest appropriately titled song, Feels Like Summer.

Have a great Monday! ~Phil

Music Monday: You Should Hassle The Hoff

This is one of my more unusual Music Monday features. Yes, it’s David Hasselhoff. Last week I heard him in a radio interview promoting his Netflix show Hoff the Record. I honestly know nothing of his music career other than the video below, which is his iconic moment singing “Freedom” on top of the Berlin Wall. What I do know about is Hoff the Record. Hoff the Record is a mockumentary, a faux reality show, about David Hasselhoff going to England to try to revive his career with a questionable agent and a hilarious cast of characters. In the radio interview The Hoff talked of how funny his show was and insisted that the interviewer watch it. I thought to myself, “I’m sure he’s not nearly as funny as he thinks he is.” I was right. He’s funnier than he thinks he is. David Hasselhoff is a man who doesn’t take himself too seriously and is a much better comedic actor than you’d ever suspect. The writing is brilliantly funny. Go watch it.

Have a great Monday! ~Phil