Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Rockin' out with Amy and Kathryn

Since it's music month, we're asking authors all about everything music related. We're also answering some of these questions. Put on your dancing shoes and cut loose to the song choices from Amy and Kathryn!


Song that annoys you the most:
Any and all of Lady Gaga's songs.

Song you danced to first at your wedding:
"From This Moment" by Shania Twain

Favorite decade for music:
Definitely the 80s!

Favorite duet:
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart" by Elton John and Kiki Dee

First record you bought:
Michael Jackson's Thriller album

Favorite song to "get ready" to:
"Single Ladies" by Beyonce

Favorite Broadway song:
Any and all songs from the Wicked soundtrack

Favorite TV theme song:
The Golden Girls and The Facts of Life


Favorite 50's or 60's song:
Anything by Elvis Presley. My adoration for him started when I was 15. I don't know why, but I soaked up anything and everything to do with him at the time. Probably "Teddy Bear" is one of my all-time favourites.

Favorite 80's song:
"The Reflex" by Duran Duran. My brother made me almost pee my pants from laughing when he would hit his crazy reflex during the chorus.

Favorite American Idol contestant:
Kelly Clarkson. She was the first winner and is the best in my opinion. Her voice always amazes me.

What is your theme song?
I have three and these songs all just have the ability to lift me up: "Perfect" by Pink, "I Am" by Hilary Duff and "Stay the Same" by Joe McIntyre

Turn on the radio (any station). What is the first song that comes on?
"I Try" by Macy Gray (I haven't heard this song in ages!)

What is your favorite classical piece?
"Canon in D Major" by Pachelbel. We had to write a relaxation concept for grade 10 drama and my brother suggested this piece with the scene of animals in the African safari. Listen to it and tell me you don't hear elephants and giraffes. :)

Song you would want to dance to at your wedding:
A mash-up of "At Last" by Etta James and "The More I See You" by Michael Buble.

Guilty pleasure (music you love but wouldn’t readily shout about!):
"Mmmbop" by Hanson and "Nothin' My Love Can't Fix" by Joey Lawrence. I even bought Joey's first CD.

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