Summer Playlist 2017

Today is the first day of summer and no summer is complete without road trips, pool time, and family vacations. When I’m thinking about past summers or upcoming travel, I know I have to associate those memories with a “summer song” or a “summer playlist”.

Photographer: Kelsi Wermuth

When I was younger, I use to burn CDs and give them to my friends when they first started driving. Now instead of giving out CDs, I make a Spotify playlists. (And really, if I started burning CD’s would people even know what to do with them?!) This summer I have 17 of my favorite summer 2017 jams that I am sharing with my friends.

I recently joined Spotify a few months ago and it has seriously been life changing when it comes to music streaming. They have great deals for students and family plans that are totally affordable. Right now Spotify is offering 3 months of Premium membership for only $0.99 a month. Yep! 99¢! With Spotify Premium, you can download songs and full playlist right to your device, skip songs you don’t like, and you don’t have to deal with those annoying advertisements.

As the saying goes, “You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, love like you’ll never be hurt, sing like there’s nobody listening, and live like it’s heaven on earth.”  Because, let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a good sing along playlist full of summer memories with your besties!

Click HERE to listen to my summer playlist now!

2 thoughts on “Summer Playlist 2017

  1. Hey Allison, Believe it or not I listened to all your playlist. Never heard of any of them before. But a few I could get used to. Hard for me to get out of the oldie’s rock & roll, and country. But these are good. Keep up the good work. Love you.


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