Mix Tape Monday: Open Mic!

Hey Everyone!!!!

I still am not sure how to post blogs on our new website but I found a way to have someone post for me!

Thanks for all those who contributed song lists for this months mix! There are a lot on here that I have never even thought of including before.

Here’s your new mix..

 

  1. I Found a Reason – The Velvet Underground
  2. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Bob Dylan
  3. Don’t Let Me Stop You – Kelly Clarkson
  4. You Can’t Stop the Beat – Nikki Blonsky, Hairspray Cast
  5. Home – Phillip Phillips
  6. Somebody That I Used to Know – Gotye
  7. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
  8. Excuses – Alanis Morissette
  9. Hold On Tight – Electronic Light Orchestra
  10. Hold On – Wilson Phillips
  11. A Little Bit Stronger – Sara Evans
  12. The Story – Brandi Carlile

There ya have it! We have been listening to this mix in the office over and over again. It makes me happy. In particular the Hairspray song makes me very nearly giddy. I forgot all about that one! And come on, Wilson Phillips – why didn’t I think of that?! Great stuff ya’ll, great stuff.

As always, the first 3 to comment will get some free Creek swag. As this is a new blog and I’m not sure how the comments work yet, send me an email instead – szimmerman@obhcares.com.

Cheers! Suzanne Z.

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