Me For Me with These Tears that are not Unredeemable, because there’s Something Beautiful

Halfway through January already – someone please find that ‘pause’ button! Meanwhile it’s Monday, and you know that Monday means music! This week is a freebie week, so grab your favorite tune(s) and come dance with us, will you?

Let’s start with a from this artist who used to be part of a duo, but they decided to amicably part ways and forge ahead with solo careers. This recently released single from this artist’s upcoming solo album is a sweet tribute to loving relationships. The artist said this song is one of his favorite from the album, set to release on January 27th. He said:

“‘[This song]’ s a really personal song that I wrote with two of my good buddies, Russell Dickerson and Thomas Rhett. It highlights the beautiful part of a relationship and loving people for who they are. From the first day I met my wife, she’s always loved me for me, flaws and all, exactly how I am. I hope you love it.”

Here’s Tyler Hubbard with “Me For Me”:

Next up is a brand new song from this artist whose music video was just released on Friday (January 13). In the video, the artist visited a childhood home which floods him with memories of his late mother. Memories after losing a loved one are hard but letting go of the pain will help you embrace a new, hopeful future. He said:

“Letting go…is hard work. I actually thrive with most kinds of hard work. Tell me how many miles to run, I’ll do it. Tell me how many songs I have to write to chase excellence, I’ll crush it. Hard work and achievement have always been my comfort zone.

But letting go isn’t something you can achieve, crush, or master. It’s more of a slow burn, an acceptance, a daily release in small doses. If you are letting something or someone go at the moment, I feel you, I’m with you, I wrote this song for you.”

Get ready for goosebumps, here’s Andy Grammer with “These Tears”:

Next up is a super fun song from Spirited, which is a musical version of Dicken’s classic story, A Christmas Carol, described as “a charming twist on a story we’ve all heard so many times before.” Spirited focuses on ruthless businessman Clint Briggs (Ryan Reynolds), who is visited by three ghosts, including the Ghost of Christmas Present (Will Ferrell).

Through song and dance, Clint slowly turns his around. In November, Reynolds also shared a behind-the-scenes look at one of the routines in the film. He posted a video on Twitter and said:

“You’ve got to be willing to be bad at something if you want to be… slightly less bad at it?”

The clip shows he and Ferrell dancing in time with the choreographers. Ryan recruited this Canadian rock band to perform their own rendition of this song.

This group covers the hopeful anthem in front of a display of hanging lights and framed photographs, footage of their performance spliced with scenes from the movie.

Without further ado, here’s Nickelback with “Unredeemable”:

Last, but certainly not least, is a new (to me) artist – a 20-year-old country singer-songwriter from Jacksonville, Florida, who has mastered compelling storytelling skills. He’s definitely an artist to watch. Like many music lovers of his generation, this independent artist has a passion for both the emotional songwriting and atmospheres of artists such as Dan + Shay, Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, and Taylor Swift.

Blending of country music with vocals, this artist takes on a new journey, using his gift for both songwriting and singing, and he continues to show promising potential as the next young, up-and-coming country music artist.

Get ready for more goosebumps, here’s Matt Cooper with “Something Beautiful”:

That’s a wrap for this week – have a great Monday! See you on the dance floor!

Now onto the particulars of Monday’s Music Move’s Me: Photobucket

I have the supreme honor and privilege of being a co-host with the inimitable Xmas Dolly and our musical cohort, the awesome Cathy from Curious as a CAThy, and Alana of Ramblin’ with AM!

Want to join in the fun? It’s easy – just find a tune that rocks your boat, post it and link up – don’t forget to grab Xmas Dolly…er, um, I mean her button…over at her place here. Check out Xmas Dolly’s sidebar for the random themes we sport each week – and you can always ask for a specific theme of music you like, too. Check out the other music lovahs and let’s jam!

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About StacyUncorked

After 20+ years in the Corporate World and years of infertility, Stacy was surprised when Princess Nagger made her miraculous appearance - deciding to forgo the career and stay home was a no-brainer. As if her hands weren't full enough, 8 years later she and her husband added Little Dude through adoption, adding a whole new dimension (of crazy) to their family and even more sleepless nights. When she’s not refereeing kids, dogs and cats, she loves to write, hence the reason she decided to start her little blog, and because she never got a baby book to mark milestones, this was the next best thing. She also enjoys doing reviews and giveaways for products she or her family would willingly use and can stand behind. She loves to cook and try new techniques to turn ordinary into extraordinary. Crafty by nature, she takes on a lot of unique projects and enjoy seeing the end result. Her favorite, of course, is making her award winning wine out of fruits and grapes. Experiments with water currently underway.
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2 thoughts on “Me For Me with These Tears that are not Unredeemable, because there’s Something Beautiful

  1. Stacy,

    I can’t believe the month is half gone, either. It looks to be a start of another repeater like the last 20 or 30 years. Thanks for bringing to my ears some new tunes. Have a boogietastic week, my dear!

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