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8 Songs That Remind Me of "Lost"

Anyone who knows me well is probably aware that that music is really the only form of pop culture I’m terrible at keeping up with. I don’t like a lot of modern Top 40 music and my iPod (yes, I keep music on an iPod I got in 2009 rather than on my phone) is a little embarrassing, filled with show tunes and songs that hit their peak about a decade ago. 1,284 more words


october music playlist


exams !

are !

over !

gosh I’m still in “exam mode”, whereby I constantly feel like I still have exams bUT GUESS WHAT I DONT ( 268 more words

Inspiration Found, Only Too Late..

Ever thought that you liked a certain song for an odd reason? you think maybe because you like the beat and the lyrics and that’s it. 79 more words


Seeing The Fray live and having THEM SEE ME

Throwback Thursday: Seeing The Fray live and having THEM SEE ME

I don’t want to brag, but I think The Fray fans should be thanking me for being the most irritating person that follows Big Concerts: 951 more words


The Power of Music in Television

By: Chelsea Richardson//

Music and television are two of the most powerful mediums in today’s world. When a song is featured in a television show, it’s not only enjoyable for the viewer, but beneficial for the artist as well. 304 more words

Music & Culture

'Take Note Colorado' Gets Nod From 'The Fray' Frontman

DENVER (CBS4)– The Fray’s Isaac Slade visited his Alma Mater to talk about the importance of music education on Thursday.

Slade spoke to University of Colorado Denver students as part of the Take Note Colorado initiative. 115 more words


The Fray- Happiness (SSJ #57)

Happy weekend, bloggers!

Today’s “Sunday Slow Jams” is another throwback track from my high school years. From the American rock band The Fray, “Happiness” is the final song taken from the band’s 2009 eponymous album. 323 more words