Happy #MusicMonday, folk! Kylee and I have been hard at work with DCB and our personal lives. Yet over the course of the last two months, we have brought you 7 songs as Remington Taylor. There's still MORE to come, but life does get busy. So, we have a bit of a break. I'd like to take THIS MOMENT to SHARE with you ALL of our #MusicMonday posts so far (and I will continue to update as we have at least 3 more planned for this year).
The following songs were live at The Token Lounge opening for Mike Tramp from White Lion and Freak of Nature.
Sound by The Token Lounge
Video (and pictures) by Mark Trybus (http://www.marksphotoposters.com/)
They are also available on Remington Taylor's ReverbNation page.
"For Both of Us" (original)
Also available on Pandora, 8tracks, Shazam, Apple Music, Tidal, YouTube Music, Groove Music, Napster, iHeartRadio, eMusic, Medianet, Tradebit, Slacker, 24-7, 7digital, Deezer, Guvera, boinc, GreatIndieMusic, RaraYandex.Music, InProdicon, Kdigital, Saavn, Awa, Claro música, and Kuack.
"You'll Never Be (Sober)" (original)
"When She's Gone" (original)
as James Taylor, Jr.
"Tonight Can Be Enough" (original)
The following songs are covers we recorded and posted to SoundCloud.
(1980), sung by Bette Midler
Written by Amanda McBroom
from the 1979 film, "The Rose" starring Bette Midler
Spent five weeks at number ONE on the Billboard Adult Contemporary charts
Hit number ONE on the Billboard Hot Country Singles with Conway Twitty in 1983
Hit number ONE on the Irish Singles, Scottish Singles, and UK Singles charts with Westlife in 2006
"Little Do You Know"
by Alex & Sierra, winners of the 3rd and final X Factor USA
Written by Sierra Deaton, Ruth-Anne Cunningham, Ali Tamposi, and Toby Gad
Written by Adele Adkins and Greg Kurstin
"Hello" hit number one around the world, launching the anticipated album "25" by Adele. "25" also went hit #1 around the world.
by Justin Bieber
Written by Ed Sheeren, Benjamin Levin (Benny Blanco), and Justin Bieber
"Love Yourself" spent 24 weeks on the U.S. Top 10, became Bieber's first number 1 on the Adult Contemporary Charts, and spent six weeks at number on in the U.K.
Stay Tuned for more #MusicMonday in the future!
Don't forget to check us out on social media platforms:
- ▼ 2016 (11)
- ► 2012 (22)
- ► 2011 (19)
- ► 2010 (41)