After all of the curves that have been thrown at us, it is TIME to try and get our lives back, and with the end of Daylight Savings coming up on the overnight "The Playlist" reminds you to check your clocks!
This Halloween will see some obvious, creative, and topical costumes for Trick-or-Treat or parties. This week's version of "The Playlist" has some interesting ideas for dressing up through songs.
Last month California celebrated its 172nd birthday as the 31st state in America - a perfect excuse for "The Playlist" to look at songs that talk about the many spots inside The Golden State.
The season changes to Autumn over the weekend, signalling that September is nearing an end. This week's version of "The Playlist" salutes a month that salutes heroes, holidays, the change in the air, and the change in the colors.
This month of August has seen the 50th Anniversary of the loss of Marilyn Monroe, the 35th Anniversary of the passing of "The King", and recent deaths of Hollywood dignitaries. This week's version of "The Playlist" pays tribute to this month - those we have lost and have influenced.
Initially this week's version of "The Playlist" was going to be about Summertime, but then yesterday was the reminder of the loss of The King of Pop. No better way to pay tribute by showing the influence Michael Jackson has had in music.
Today has seen parts of New Jersey (Middlesex County) hit 100 on the thermometer, bringing intense heat for the 1st day of Summer. Your weekly version of "The Playlist" tries to match the scorching conditions with with songs that are so hot they could be on fire!
The calender says we still have a couple of weeks before we can official begin summer, but everyone embraces Memorial Day weekend as the launch of the season. "The Playlist" recognizes this as well, bring you songs that embrace "Summer"!
The saying is that "April showers bring May flowers" - well this spring has seen all kinds of gardens in bloom thanks to the warm weather and the recent stretch of rain that we seemed to not really get in April. We salute all the garden beauty in this week's version of "The Playlist".