I need new music

I listen to my ipod when I'm working, but I've listened to the same songs over and over and OVER again. I want to update with some different songs, old or new. Have any ideas? I need some help from the cool upto date music listeners.

Some genres I like:
classic rock
early 90s

Leave me a note in comments below.

Thanks friends!


Anonymous nick mondragon said...

Close to Your Heart by The Glorious Unseen

3:54 PM  
Blogger Annie Reid said...

Girl, I know! I'm always looking for new songs, too! The new TobyMac CD,Portable Sounds,is really good! Believe it or not, Britney Spears new song, Womanizer has a great beat.(I haven't listened to the may not be very nice, but it's catchy!) Shake It by Metro Station,Disturbia by Rihanna, the MammaMia soundtrack, Shut Up and Let Me Go by the Ting Tings, How Great Thou Art by Nitro Praise,Just Dance by Lady GaGa. Hope that helps! Love ya!

7:27 PM  
Anonymous chriselda said...

you should try
put in your artist.
once you find something you like, write it down.

or use the genius playlist on iTunes.

8:44 PM  
Blogger cristy cross said...

oh ya i forgot about pandora. thanks Chriselda. Wow Annie you had lots of songs for me to choose. Thanks! And Nick I'm excited to check out someone I've never heard before.

Keep 'em coming :)

9:11 PM  
Blogger LoriandBA said...

Hey Cristy...I'm a music nut and my taste varies: Here are some artist that may be new to you...

New favorite Christian artist, Chris Sligh.

Favorite song, Untitled Hymn (Come to Jesus) by Chris Rice.

Surprise favorite, Chris Daughtry

Some older favorites include:
James Taylor - music from the 70's to today...folk/soft rock.
Jane Monheit - vocal jazz, incredible must hear her.
Keali'i Reichel - Hawaiian artist/folk
Eva Cassidy - folk/soft rock. (died of cancer before she became famous but there are several CD's out there she recorded. You'll find her on itunes and a great video on YouTube.
Boston - classic 70's rock

5:43 PM  
Blogger Christina said...

Haha....most of my favorite music is by my friends! You should check out Chris Saub (he has several CDs) and Tim Wildsmith. Both are awesome musicians, friends of mine, Christians (although their music is not specifically Christian), both on iTunes, and GREAT music to listen to while editing! ;-)

11:02 AM  
Blogger cristy cross said...

thanks so much for all the help. I'm excited to find some time and search all these people out.

10:23 AM  

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