1676 Great Spotify Tunes (21)

If you missed the last of these posts ( 1676 Great Spotify Tunes (18) ) and the previous 17 articles on Bubblews, never fear. There will be plenty more great music coming. Actually, I was going to put this post on Bubblews, but their site is spazzing, so I’ll just put it here instead. Post 19 in this series starts in on the 300’s, covering songs 301-315 of my Starred playlist on spotify. The 1676 songs on this list are all ones I liked enough to recommend them on my music blog over the past 2 years.

Justin Roth is a great local singer-songwriter in Fort Collins, but he relocated to Colorado from Minnesota, so he has a following there as well, and he has played shows with many other great contemporary singer-songwriters.

301. Justin Roth – “Shine”

302. Justin Roth – “The Weaver of Avoca”

303. Karine Polwart – “Firethief”

304. Kate Walsh – “1000 Bees”

305. Katherine Jenkins – “Delibes: The Flower Duet”

Katie Glassman is a singer-songwriter and champion fiddler/violinist from Denver. Katy Perry is friends with Josh Groban, so I had to at least check out her music. The Keith Harkin songs were posted one each week on my weekly songlists while he was touring to promote his brand new debut album.

306. Katrina & the Waves – “That’s Just the Woman In Me”

307. Katie Glassman – “The Devil’s Plea”

308. Katy Perry – “Not Like the Movies”

309. Keith Harkin – “Daisy Fields”

310. Keith Harkin, Colbie Caillat – “Have I Told You Lately (That I Love You)”

311. Keith Harkin – “Nothing But You and I”

312. Keith Harkin – “Tears of Hercules”

313. Keith Harkin – “Take It Away Boys”

314. Keith Harkin – “Rosa”

315. Kenny Chesney – “Hemmingway’s Whiskey”

To listen to all of my Starred playlist on spotify, click here – Ravenmount Starred Playlist

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About Ravenmount

Independent science nerd/writer/music blogger/arts enthusiast/theorist currently in Colorado.
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