This weekend's music thread is dedicated to our wonderful postal workers and stopping this assault on America. Songs about letters, writing, communicating, talking, listening, and getting the word out one way or another is what we're carrying door-to-door this weekend.
This weekend our theme is for songs about up and down, stopping, going and even crashing...as Trump has done to the economy and our democracy...and is finally catching up to him in 94 days.
As a way to remember Trump's inability to remember (or be competent), this weekend's music thread has five themes, each being one of the five words he struggled to repeat: Person, woman, man, camera, tv. For extra credit, try and post one song connected to each word.
This weekend's music thread is dedicated to an irreplaceable and historic hero of justice, equality and humanity by the name of The Honorable John Lewis. Songs about civil rights, protest, equality, peace, and unity are all invited and welcome.
Our musical theme for this weekend is Summer, hot days, beaches, travel and vacations to fun places, reminders of how it's been and how it will be again.
This weekend's music thread is about America, freedom, independence and any qualities of the country (current or not) that people celebrate.
This weekend's music thread is for sharing songs that tell Trump what we think about him and how we're cutting him loose.
This weekend's music thread is for songs about fathers, songs about good men, good deeds, personal heroes, children and of course, love.
Black Americans, joined by Americans of all races, are standing up to power and not afraid to question the status quo. So this weekend's music thread is about questioning, songs that ask who, what, why, how or where.
I had the pleasure to catch Grace Potter, Jackson Browne, Marcus King and Lucius sing Grace's song, "Each Other" on The Colbert Show last night and it struck a chord. So this weekend, it leads our music thread with the theme of humanity, people and solidarity.