A Little Bit of What Now?

Back in May, I believe, Rachel Platten came out with a new song: “Little Bit of Love”. Well, it’s actually Tritonal’s song and she’s featured on it. But, as far as I’m concerned, same difference. Like any of Rachel’s songs, this is good. However, it’s somewhat of a departure from her usual style. And that […]

The “Droughtlander” antidote

Musical composer genius Bear McCreary recently dropped the soundtrack from Outlander season 4. We won’t have to wait much longer for season 5 – my personal favorite as far as the books are concerned. I made a master playlist of all the soundtracks, and I’m listening to it as I write this. I may like […]

Rediscovering Aaron Carter

A few weeks ago, my inner six-year-old decided she wanted to come out and play. So I found myself browsing Apple Music to find Aaron Carter’s first album, which was probably the first CD I ever had. I think I even remember getting it for my sixth birthday. I definitely remember having the biggest crush […]

An Evening with Kristin Chenoweth

Kristin Chenoweth might be best known for her role on Broadway as Glinda in Wicked. However, her career also spans decades of television and voiceover work. Last Friday, April 12, she performed at Chrysler Hall in Norfolk, Virginia, as part of the opening night of the Virginia Arts Festival. She was accompanied by the Virginia […]

Rachel’s Broadway counterpart

I’ve written before about Rachel Platten and how her music is important to me. Maybe I’ve gone a little overboard. I’m not ashamed of it though. Because, at the end of the day, her music isn’t just fun and games. It serves a very important purpose: It makes me think about my life. Rachel’s the […]

Halsey, Without Me, and Narcissism

Halsey. Don’t get me wrong, I like her music. Plus, she’s cute. But this song is complicated. Actually, that might be an understatement. Let me explain. Narcissism When I first heard Halsey sing “Without Me” in a beats (headphones) commercial, I was instantly hooked. It was catchy, and the beat was good. Sometimes, that’s all […]