Runners Feed followers! I’m sorry for my absence, hopefully you’re not running to Gucci Mane, Rebecca Black, and Tyga! If you are here is a playlist that will begin a comeback of quality music for your work outs! Continue reading “Week 25 Playlist, 2012”
Greetings! My Favorite month of the year is here, March Madness (NCAA Basketball), St. Patty’s Day and my birthday! I Hope this month is one you are looking forward to as well and that this play list might work as a soundtrack to your spring! Continue reading “Week 12 Playlist – 2012”
I had the privilege last week of seeing Lee Brice in concert. He is an up and coming country star who puts on quite a show. His biggest single yet is what kicks off our play-list this time around. After that is the Glee Cast’s rendition of Usher and David Guetta’s Without you. How good was that episode by the way? (sorry to all you non-gleekers, or glee haters, its the music I just can’t help myself!).
Continue reading “Week 4 Playlist – 2012”
Happy New Year Runners Feeders! Here’s our first playlist of 2012 and in my humble opinion, it’s yet again, a keeper!
Two personal favorites start us off and then a new Coldplay track bumps up the tempo. Then comes a mash up from the hit show Glee, one of the best mash ups I’ve ever heard (this is the featured track of the playlist). Continue reading “Week 49 Playlist – 2011”
Starting the play list this week are the Black Eyed Peas with One Tribe. This song is a relatively unknown song by them but is a jam that everyone should have. Continue reading “Week 47 Playlist – 2011”
Mmmm… this one is the real deal. I was blessed enough to attend two concerts for free this week, one of which was a short and intimate appearance by The Fray after their performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. In this brief set they opened with their new single Heartbeat, which is soon to be another Fray classic. Continue reading “Week 44 Playlist – 2011”
A collection of new and old songs are featured in this weeks playlist. The Civil Wars track that opens are playlist is a gem that displays the duo’s outrageously incredible harmonies. Next is a well known feel good track by Amos Lee. Continue reading “Week 42 Playlist – 2011”
Bruno Mars’ single has been on repeat for the past few days, simply can’t get enough of this track, so I figured we’d open up with it. Following is J. Cole, undoubtedly the next big thing in hip hop collaborating with, in my opinion, the best current artist in hip hop in Drake. Next is NEEDTOBREATHE who is quickly becoming my new favorite band and then the American Idol champion Scotty McCreery with “Out of Summertime”. Continue reading “Week 41 Playlist – 2011”
Starting us off in the last playlist for September is the New Radicals, a band of the 90’s, with one of their hits, Someday We’ll Know. Next up is a fresh release from the country powerhouse Lady Antebellum. Then comes one of my personal favorite people in the world in Will Smith with a comedic jam on how to dance. Following Will the thrill is Ben Rector an up and coming artist worth giving a listen. LMFAO then shows up on our scene for the first time with a funny track in Hot Dog, definitely deserves a listen if you’ve ever bought a hot dog at 3am coming home from the bars. Another newbie to our playlist is NEEDTOBREATHE a band I just heard of for the first time and am very excited to take a closer look. Finishing up our work out portion of the playlist is two extremely talented singer songwriters in Dave Barnes and Andy Grammer. Next is Never Shout Never, an interesting artist whose new album is quite different from his old stuff, and Trouble is an example of his old stuff. And finishing the playlist is the legendary group Pearl Jam with a perfect example of why so many have fallen in love with Eddie Vedder’s gritty voice in Just Breathe.
1. New Radicals – Someday We’ll Know
2. Lady Antebellum – We Owned the Night
3. Will Smith – If You Can’t Dance, Slide
4. Ben Rector – Let the Good Times Roll
5. LMFAO – Hot Dog
6. NEEDTOBREATHE – The Reckoning
7. Andy Grammer – Lunatic
8. Dave Barnes – A Lot Like Me
9. Never Shout Never – Trouble
10. Pearl Jam – Just Breathe