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Theme Ride Tuesday: Make Every Day Earth Day

If you’re planning to pay tribute to Mother Earth in your studio this month, then check out the Earth Day playlist we’ve curated.

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Theme Ride Thursday: A Tax Day Playlist

After listening to this playlist you might just feel a little bit better about paying your taxes…♪♫♪

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April Showers Profile and Playlist

April is known for wet weather, coast to coast. And do you know what’s awesome on rainy days? Good tunes.

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Don’t Get Fooled Again—An April Fool’s Day Playlist

April Fool’s Day is quickly approaching. What do you have in store for your class?

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Theme Ride Thursday: Hello, Spring!

March into spring with this feel-good playlist.

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Step Outside Your Musical Box: Emo Music

Emo music brings up a lot of, well, emotions. Starting in the early 1980s and gaining more popularity into the 2000s, emo music shifted from the background to the forefront of popular music. This month, we’re getting emotional…so get out your black eyeliner and help revive the age of emo!

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Theme Ride Thursday: Lucky You! Saint Patrick’s Day Playlist & Profiles

This Saint Patrick’s Day, why not use some of these songs to help you get “jiggy” with it?

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Theme Ride Thursday: Girl Power! International Women’s Day is March 8

International Women’s Day is coming up in two weeks. Use some of these “girl power” tracks in your next playlist!

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Theme Ride Thursday: A Mardi Gras Playlist for Your Next Ride Down Bourbon St.

Fat Tuesday is almost here! Give our Mardi Gras playlist a listen and let the good times roll!

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Step Outside Your Musical Box: Canadian Music

I confess that 40 years ago, when I emigrated from the United States to Canada, I didn’t expect to feel much difference. I thought, “Two nations, largely English-speaking with a lot of shared history—how different could life be?” I was wrong in many ways. Music was one of the first and most tangible markers of the fact that I was living “abroad.” I heard many artists on the radio who were completely unknown to me and maybe to you, too.

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