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July Music Favourites

July Music Favourites

Gotta love leaving this month’s music roundup to the eleventh hour, on the very last day of the month… This has been a busy month for the Kolkmans, and I was SO grateful for good music when I did twelve hour drive by myself, with the two kids. Here’s what I’m really digging this month…

Desert Days Elenowen

So, this is neither a new song, or a new song to me. Just days ago husband and wife, Elenowen, released a new version of their song Desert Days… The new version is good and definitely has a much different feel to the original but I actually still prefer the original! Have a listen over in iTunes (or wherever you get your music) and tell me what you think…

Hippie Radio Eric Church

Eric Church gets a lot of play in our house - Shane is a big fan (that seems like an understatement lol)! We’ve had his latest album since it first came out, and I’ve heard it enough times, but I didn’t really hear Hippie Radio until recently… And I’m just really loving it right now!

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Life is Good The Hunts

The Hunts are a seven member indie/folk band made up entirely of homeschooled siblings. I love their other songs and their latest single is just super fun and uplifting. Plus, I love supporting the homeschool community and they are super talented!

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Nothin’ On You Cody Johnson

You can thank Shane for finding this one. Given the title, I’ll let you assume the topic of this song… But it’s a goodin’! It’s slow, kinda raspy, and has a nice old school country feel to it. Plus, Cody Johnson is born and raised Texas singer and y’all know how I feel about Texas… ;)

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Homeschool Anthem Shama Mrema (feat. PD)

If you don’t homeschool, you might not find this nearly entertaining as I do, but I’m just loving this song! It’s legit an accurate homeschooling anthem by former homeschoolers.. And the music video!! Do yourself a favour and go watch it (here)!

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Until I blog again,

Alex

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