music monday: writeathon edition.

Happy Music Monday, y’all.

This week is 100% crazy with the school load and deadlines and assignments due – but it’s also our annual SCWC Writeathon and I participate every year.

last year’s Writeathon badge. ❀

Since it is Writeathon week, I’ll be posting daily – even if I am standing on my head a bit. πŸ˜‰

It’s also Music Monday and I was thinking about singer/songwriters – on theme – and a nifty playlist of some of my favorites, old and new, seemed appropriate.

The Songwriters. ❀

Angel from Montgomery – John Prine

Please Come to Boston – Dave Loggins

Hands – Jewel

Red Sea Road – Ellie Holcomb

Into The Mystic – Van Morrison

Another Man’s Shoes – Drew Holcomb

Heart of Gold – Neil Young

Milwaukee – Stephen Kellogg

Elsewhere – Sarah McLachlin

Rainbow – Kacey Musgraves

Vincent (Starry, Starry Night) – Don McLean

Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright – Bob Dylan

Carolina In My Mind – James Taylor

Operator – Jim Croce

In The Blood – John Mayer

Parachute – Chris Stapleton

Fast Car – Tracy Chapman

Wild World – Cat Stevens

Dog Days Are Over – Florence + The Machine

Stone – Whiskey Myers

The Weary Kind – Ryan Bingham

Avalanche – Leonard Cohen

32 Thousand Days – Emerson Hart

Jolene – Ray LaMontagne

The Rising – Bruce Springsteen

Β A few loves from the list:

Though they aren’t new, they are new to me, thanks to Yellowstone:

My forever favorite:

Always with the SK:

Another forever favorite (and it’s been done well by several artists over the years also):

Finally, since yesterday was September 11th, my heart:

Be well, everybody. Take care of yourselves and each other.

Grace and Blessings.

Here is the Spotify playlist as well – minus Neil Young because he’s mad at them at the moment. πŸ˜‰

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