I always say that Reggaeton was yet another wave of Latino music that made it big in not only Spanish, but English as well. It carried with it the ability to cross over, back and forth, from one language to another; it brought with it Latino pride and called it out in some of the … Continue reading
People want to feel connected. It’s nothing like finding someone you feel connected to, right? A new friend, a co-worker who suffers as much as you do, someone who also plays the saxophone horribly. A connection. Do you have a favorite song, some tune that just hits home, makes your eyes water, makes you feel … Continue reading
Sometimes you come across terrible music, other times you’ve been listening to the same type and style of music for way too long. In this blog, I explain how to figure out when you’re listening to good or bad music. Continue reading
My 8tracks.com playlists. Follow Me. That is where you are going to go to hear my music. I think it’s great and so should you. That’s all I have to say about that. Have fun.
This past weekend, my boyfriend and I went to two other states besides Illinois. We went to Missouri and Kansas. More compactly put, we went to Kansas City. It was a great time and a very successful road trip. We left early on Friday morning for our nine-hour trip that ended up being more like … Continue reading
Music of the Heart. Music. I’m a huge fan. Huge. I am also bilingual (not that you have to be bilingual to listen to music in Spanish) and I listen to music in Español. Big plus. Most often times in the morning, on my way to work, I put on my iPod (that I once … Continue reading