If music be the food of love …

Its time to find out your musical influences! Let’s go – who is your favourite singer or group, what are you listening to at the moment, what song made you cry, what band have you recently discovered, what type of music gives you a headache … Tell the world!

5 thoughts on “If music be the food of love …

  1. As i type this my husband and i are sat working whilst listening to ‘Random’ on the iPad. We have gone from Elvis Presley to Eminem to African Gum Boot music. I cannot listen to Les Miserable without crying – too many memories from a time when dance was my life! I don’t have many annoying songs but do find 30 seconds to mars a little out there for my liking. Dance music gets me through 26 miles of training for the marathon so i owe a lot to that!

    • Great reply! Love it all. When I trained for the marathon I used to love listening to 90’s dance music, Fatboy Slim and Chemical brothers!

  2. My music is so diverse.
    My favourites including Ed Sheeran, Oasis, Frank Sinatra Dean Martin (anything rat pack), Swedish house mafia, Calvin Harris, Example, Bon jovi, Michael Buble, avicii, take that, spice girls (always wanted to be sporty spice as a child), Beyoncé, The Enemy, Mumford and Sons, Kings of Leon, the list could go on and on and so many varieties! X

  3. Like everyone above, I have a very diverse range of music in mind in answer to this question. Current music I like is Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Passenger. I love Muse and have enjoyed using their music in school productions. I have always played music and sang in groups, band etc and my dream role would be Madame Thenardier in Les Mis! I grew up listening to my Dad’s choices – Neil Diamond, Boney-M, Stevie Wonder, Elton John and have real warm memories of these. I also share memories of Bon-Jovi and Guns and Roses with my brother – a big part of my teens. One of my favourite songs of all time is Beautiful South – Prettiest Eyes (makes me cry)! I have a real dislike for heavy dance music! I am definitely one for a good lyric. When I remember my Dad, I listen to Andrea Bocelli. For a good dance in the kitchen with my kids its Abba!

  4. My favourite group is Manhattan Transfer. A group originally from the 70s and have stood the test of time still going today .After that my taste dissolves a bit into a lot of genres covering classical, jazz,musical theatre, 60s .Not a fan of anything too heavy or punky( is there such a word?) Discovers Post Modern Jazz recently. Love them check them out !

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