What I’m Listening To: June 2017


Summer is here and that means BBQ, baseball, and music festivals.

Whether you’re planning on traveling out to a concert series in the coming weeks, or are stuck at home wishing you were, you can make your own with just a few clicks on Spotify.

The songs on my June playlist include:

California by Big and Rich
The greatest three minutes you will ever experience, this tune by my favorite duo will get stuck in your head, and have you laughing, for the better part of an afternoon.

Come Alive (Dry Bones) by Lauren Daigle
A beautiful song about trusting and having faith even in the hardest of moments, this masterpiece by Daigle is my go-to jam when I’m stuck in traffic.

Drunk Girls Don’t Cry by Maren Morris
Chock-full of word play, Morris’ best song yet says what we’re all thinking, and proves what a brilliant artist she is.

No Such Thing as a Broken Heart by Old Dominion
An inspiring tune of learning to love fearlessly, Old Dominion’s latest single is just as catchy as the band’s previous hits.

Two Ghosts by Harry Styles.
Enough said.

Daughter by Brandy Clark
My favorite song by my favorite songwriter, Clark’s witty revenge-filled tune displays exactly why she is the best wordsmith in Nashville.

Most Girls by Hailee Steinfeld
Another song that will get stuck in your head for days on end, Steinfeld’s latest is a self-empowered anthem perfect for just about anyone.

King of Anything by Sara Bareilles
It’s not summer without a throwback, and this song is exactly that. One of the most played artists on my Spotify, Bareilles’ spunk shines through in this clever tune about sticking up for yourself.

What songs make your playlist this month?


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