Do you want to become the best DJ in town or is your DJ business ready yet? As a DJ, how do you get a successful event out of your music and DJ skills? Do you want to improve your DJ skills AND your DJ business?
#8 Top Christmas song for 2009 is “Winter Wonderland” by Ozzy Osbourne and Jessica Simpson. I know this may surprise you, but if you listen to this song you will see why I placed it on my list. It has great tune, beat, and great for any Christmas party.
Another true love is cosmetics . . . so shop for the latest cosmetic trend ~ even a ‘sample pack’ of the latest and greatest is sure to please! For a male ~ just take a ‘detour’ to the men’s counter!
This station spawned in early 2006 from the former Oldies 92. The station is catered to people who grew up in the 80s and 90s – those who are just starting families now. The station is dubbed “family friendly but songs for you.” While not oldies, it’s not brand new either.
“WOLVERTON MOUNTAIN” (Claude King, 1962): Though the actual spelling was changed in the song title, Woolverton Mountain is an actual place in Arkansas, and the song was based on a real person, Clifton Clowers, who actually lived there for most of his life until his death in 1994 at the age of 102. King collaborated with Merle Kilgore in composing the song, which spent nine weeks at the top of the national C&W charts and was a big crossover hit, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard pop chart and No. 3 on the band chart.
When you hit the biggie, you’ll get loads of lovely 40th birthday gifts. And yet you find yourself wishing they’d instead lavished your lawn with the presents – that’s how much you love it. Once upon a time it was just somewhere for your kids to kick a ball about. But that’s now been well a truly banished, for fear of wearing brown patches into your iridescent green carpet. What’s more, you’ll always make sure you’re stocked with lawn-friendly weedkiller and you’ll always mow perfect strips that alternate between light and dark.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, for whom the Baby Mozart Music Festival DVD is named after, has become one of the most celebrated composers of all time. However, his musical achievements as a child are equally amazing. At the age of just three-years-old, Mozart was already playing the clavichord (basically, a small piano). One year later, he was already writing short pieces of music!
Finally, if you want relief for stress, don’t underestimate the power of music and the benefits it can bring. Of course regular walking, eating healthy, and proper sleep are great for easy stress relief. But the next time you hear your teenager playing “that garbage”, he may just be relieving some good ol’ fashion stress.