In a recent post I posed the question ‘To Niche or Not?’. Some of you shared your thoughts via email and they were greatly appreciated, as were the comments generated by my query.
In general, readers seem to enjoy the variety my weekly desk posts offer. Perhaps the old adage applies here that ‘variety is the spice of life’.
I was also reminded in the feedback received of our universal love of music. Granted, not every genre of music is everyone’s cup of tea (rooibos, chaga or otherwise...LOL).
My dear friend and fellow writer, Martie Coetser - Pozyn went so far as to suggest I do a monthly desk post on music.
Well, this suggestion is music to my ears… 🌝
Hoping that some of the songs I include are music to your ears as well, whether you’re introduced to a new artist or taken back in time with an old favorite. Whatever theme I focus on, I’ll try to include a mix across the years.
Let me know if you have any favorite songs or artists titles/names that you can leave in the comment section or via email. I’d love to include them in upcoming posts. I enjoy the challenge of matching a great song to a great theme.
To start out, I thought I’d apply a traditional wedding theme to musical selections. Please join me, if you are so inclined.
Bill Withers was a natural pick here, an oldie but a goodie.
Born on July 4, 1938, I first heard what is still my favorite song by him 40 years ago. Yikes, I was sixteen years old in 1977 and well on my way to musical addiction.
Remember this one? I sure do!
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