Weekly Song Challenge

9FC24DBF-795E-468A-8F5E-D6928D4F45A9For this week’s Weekly Song Challenge, Laura has asked us to post videos about our favorite song from a list of artists, a song from the year we were born, and one from the year we graduated from high school.

Her rules are:

  • Copy the rules and add them to our own post, pinging back to Laura’s post.
  • Post music videos for our answers to the musical questions.
  • Tag two people anyone who wants to participate!

So here goes.

1. Post a video of your favorite song by any of these artists:

Elton John
REO Speedwagon
Bon Jovi
Neil Diamond

2. Post a hit song from the year you were born.

According to Billboard, this was the number one song for the year I was born.

3. Post a video of a song that was popular the year you graduated from high school.

Okay, your turn!

12 thoughts on “Weekly Song Challenge

  1. ghostmmnc September 30, 2019 / 12:45 pm

    Interesting topics today, and fun finding the songs. Love the Roy Orbison song. 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Marleen September 30, 2019 / 4:30 pm

    Elton John – Empty Garden

    (I was thinking of
    picking a song from
    Captain Fantastic and…
    it probably would’ve been

    Tell Me When the Whistle Blows,
    but, then ran across that song
    that I’d never heard before;
    reminding me of my dad.)

    For the year I was born, I’ll mention Daevid Allen, who I only learned of today and I think died this past Friday the thirteenth in September — although I cant find a video to share from the year I was born; someone involved in the first inklings of progressive rock.

    For the year I graduated from high school:

    Kansas – The Wall
    [Not a cover.]

    Boston – Long Time

    (The albums from which the songs originated were made years before the year I graduated, but were still popular. It was a time when people began holding to classic rock, which although these were newish then are part of that category now. [And the Boston song seems prog-related but not very prog.] Disco was fading. Rap and hip-hop were just getting started. New Wave was a thing, too.)

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  3. Marleen September 30, 2019 / 11:27 pm

    Thank you! I’m glad you like them!

    Liked by 1 person

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