Thursday, December 14, 2023

GL.23.02: Curt Trnka


100 SONGS: Aaron Bergstrom

GL.23.01: Ilana Bergstrom
GL.23.03: Marisa Plaice
GL.23.04: Isabel Vermaak
GL.23.05: Raffa Pantaleo
GL.23.06: Erik Kristjanson


TALK - “Run Away to Mars”

I played this song an obscene number of times when it came out. I still play it a lot. It doesn't make me cry anymore. 

Tessa Violet - “You Are Not My Friend”

Being the father of a girl has changed me. I think of this song as a moment in my daughter's future life. I want to share this with her if needed. "Ehf that guy, honey. You're better off moving on."

Kai Straw - “Blueberries”

This guy sounds like he's barely holding it together. So, naturally, he has become my spirit animal. 

Go-Jo - “Mrs. Hollywood”

This song found its way into my life via YouTube shorts. And I will forever be grateful for the fun boppy hit that it is. 

Ava Max - “Choose Your Fighter”

I have yet to see the movie, but I was part of a Barbie spoof for a Fastenal employees-only show. I pushed for this song to be used. It didn't make the cut. Lucky for you, it's on this list. 

Moon Taxi - “Step into the Light”

EVERY year I wind up picking a song that features a sax. Is this because I missed my calling as a sax player? Are my musical tastes leaning more toward jazz? Or is it subconsciously because Aaron played it in high school? Or maybe it's just because it's good music ...

Greta Van Fleet - “Meeting The Master”

When I found out the lead singer was gay, I said, "Wait. The lead is a GUY!?" I don't know if that makes me oblivious or dumb or what. I just know I love the music. 

Cheska Moore - “Don't Talk”

This is a fun song. It's just candy for my ears and brain. That's all. 

Jonas Brothers - “Waffle House”

My house -- filled with children and renovation projects -- is nothing but stress. So ... Yeah. This song speaks to me. 

Danielle Ponder - “Roll The Credits”

This is not a new Mother Mother song. I'm trying to branch out. I'm not sure how I'm doing. But I'm positive that Danielle is outstanding. 

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