A Christmas classic funny song that will get you laughing every time.
Yes it’s Christmas time once again and that means it’s time for some good Christmas humor for the Live Musician Central Sunday Funnies. Here’s a song that’s been covered by more than a few live bands in it’s time. It’s been a few years since Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer was released and it’s become a real Christmas classic. I remember when it was released in 1983 and laughing good and hard at the accompanying music video. My Mom, who was a Grandma too, didn’t find the song quite as funny as we kids did for some reason.
Download these danceable Christmas songs for your live band to learn and play at your Christmas gigs.
It’s Christmas and if you play in a live band then you’ve got to have some Christmas songs learned and ready to play. But what Christmas songs will work in a dance type environment? Lucky for you, we’ve compiles an entire set list of danceable Christmas songs for you to download and learn with your live band!
All of these great Christmas songs have a good solid beat and a driving rhythm’s that make them perfect for dancing. You can listen to the samples and download them from Amazon.com MP3 service. Amazon.com MP3’s are encoded at 256kbps and they sound fantastic. The MP3’s are compatible with all MP3 players including iPhones and iPods. You don’t need any special software to download songs from Amazon.com and all the songs are DRM free!
So download this excellent Christmas dance music set list and learn the songs with your live band or have them on your player to play during your band breaks. Also, make sure you check out our second Christmas song set list, Christmas Dance Songs 2.
Included Songs:Chuck Berry – Run Rudolph Run
Brenda Lee – Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree
Foghat – All I Want For Christmas Is You
George Thorogood – Rock And Roll Christmas
The Kinks – Father Christmas
Elton John – Step Into Christmas
The Waitresses – Christmas Wrapping
Brian Setzer – Jingle Bell Rock
No Doubt – Oi To The World
John Mellencamp – I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
Tom Petty – Christmas All Over Again
Download this custom set list of Dance music for your live band to learn and play.
This is our fifth Dance set list for you to download and use with your live band. These songs on these set lists are proven to fill the floor with dancers every time their played. The set lists are compiled from the list of 300 Top Dance Songs of all time as compiled by Mobile Beat magazine. The songs are time tested and can be used for break music as well as being a source of new material for your live band to learn.
You can listen to samples of the songs by clicking on the player below. The songs can be downloaded from Amazon.com’s MP3 service. The MP3’s are encoded at 256 kbps so they sound excellent. They are also DRM free so you can load them on multiple MP3 players. So check out the songs and download this complete Dance set list!
Included Songs:Usher – Yeah! (Featuring Lil’ Jon & Ludacris)
Will Smith – Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It
Rick James – Super Freak
Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby Got Back
Madonna – Holiday
Run DMC & Aerosmith – Walk This Way
The Monkees – I’m A Believer
Bachman-Turner Overdrive – Takin’ Care Of Business
Kool & The Gang – Jungle Boogie
KC & The Sunshine Band – (Shake Shake Shake) Shake Your Booty
Download this complete dance music set list for your live band to learn and play.
This is our fourth Dance Set List that you can use as a guide for building your live band sets. No matter what style of music your band plays, some of these songs are going to work for you. If your band plays dance music, then all these songs should work for you and you will have a complete set of dance music to learn. Even if your band doesn’t want to learn all the songs it’s a good idea to have them on your portable music player so you can fulfill requests while your band takes a break.
These songs are compiled from the Mobile Beat Top 200 dance songs of all time. They have been proven time and again to fill the dance floor with people which is exactly what you want to see happen when your band plays a gig.
You can download these songs from Amazon.com MP3 service which requires no special software. All the MP3’s are encoded at 256 Kbps so you will get excellent audio quality. They are also DRM free and will work on any MP3 player including iPods and iPhones.
Included Songs: Grand Funk Railroad – The Loco-Motion
Joan Jett – I Love Rock N’ Roll
Lipps, Inc – Funky Town
Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline
Big & Rich – Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)
Black Eyed Peas – Let’s Get It Started
Rednex – Cotton Eye Joe
KC & The Sunshine Band – Get Down Tonight
The Rolling Stones – Start Me Up
Natalie Cole – Pink Cadillac
Journey – Faithfully
Kool & The Gang – Jungle Boogie
Download this set list of Top Songs Of The 90’s for your live band to learn and play at gigs.
Here’s another set list for your live band to learn. I’ve noticed a lot of people in the clubs are really digging hearing the hits from the 90’s now. So today I’ve put together a setlist of top hits from the 90’s. Most of these songs hit #1 on the charts and they all sold millions of copies.
As you know, when a song sells millions that’s a good song for your band to play because there’s an excellent chance that a lot of people will know the song when your band plays it. These songs were compiled by VH1 and were included on the VH1 list called top 100 songs of the 90’s. If your band doesn’t want to learn them it’s still a good idea to keep them on the iPod to play during band breaks.
I’m linking to the songs on Amazon.com MP3 download service because the quality is excellent. They are encoded at 256kbps so they sound excellent. You don’t need any special software to download them and they work on any MP3 player including iPods and iPhones.
Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit
U2 – One
Madonna – Vogue
Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby Got Back
Britney Spears – “…Baby One More Time”
TLC – Waterfalls
Metallica – Enter Sandman
Eminem – My Name Is
Radiohead – Creep
Spin Doctors – Two Princes
Collective Soul – Shine
En Vogue – My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)
Download this excellent Classic Rock set list for your live band to learn and play.
The week we continue the live band set lists with another set of Classic Rock for your band to learn and play. You just can’t go wrong throwing in some classic rock songs at your gigs. Pretty much everyone that likes listening to live bands also loves listening to classic rock songs. The great thing about classic rock is they’re usually very easy to learn and they fill the dance floor with people. Continue reading “Weekend Set List For Your Live Band To Play – Classic Rock 3”
Learn this excellent Classic Rock set list in your live band to keep your audience up and dancing at every gig.
For this weeks live band setlist I’m bringing you the second of our classic rock set lists. Classic rock is one of the most popular styles of music for live bands to play. There are tons of gigs available out there for classic rock bands.
The songs in this set are compiled from the top 200 classic rock songs of all time. These songs are guaranteed to get people up out of their seats and out to the dance floor. Even if you don’t learn these songs to play in your band you should have them on your portable music player to play during band breaks. That way you can keep the crowd in the club and rockin’ while you get yourself a drink.
I feature songs from Amazon.com MP3 download service since they’re less expensive than iTunes and they sound better. These MP3’s are ripped at 256Kbps so they sound excellent. They are also DRM free so you can put them on multiple music players. So get downloading today!!
The first music video from the Chickenfoot album. The song is called “Oh Yeah”.
I’ve been enjoying the Chickenfoot album more and more now that I’ve listened to it a few times. I did a Chickenfoot album review when the album came out and I’ve decided that it’s actually quite good. It’s just good to hear a group of great musicians that you know will make all of us that play in a live band proud when they get onstage. There’s nothing canned about good, hard Rock-N-Roll.
Today I’m posting up the first music video from the Chickenfoot album. This song is titled “Oh Yeah” and has some good Led Zeppelin type vibes to it. That could be because the Chickenfoot album was produced by legendary producer Andy Johns who also produced Led Zeppelin albums.
Download this set list to learn in your live band or just keep these songs on your portable music player. They’re great for filling audience requests during band breaks.
This is our third dance set list for your live band to learn or to have on your portable music player to play during your band breaks. These songs are chosen from the Mobile Beat Top 200 Dance Songs Of All Time. They are proven in clubs and in front of live audiences to keep the crowd on their feet and dancing all night long!
My band gets regular requests for the songs in this setlist. We don’t know them all but we do have them on the iPod and are able to play them during band breaks. Doing that satisfies a lot of the requests and the crowd likes to keep the party going while the band takes a break.
I’m featuring downloads from Amazon.com MP3 service since they cost less than iTunes and they sound better. The MP3’s are DRM free and you can load them onto multiple MP3 players including iPods and iPhones. So get downloading and learn some new songs for your next gig!
Download this set list for your live band to play at all the great parties around America’s Independance Day.
Every weekend I feature a set list for your live band to learn and play at gigs. You don’t have to learn all of these songs but it’s a good source for putting together specific types of set lists. At the end of each Weekend Set List I will put the genre that the set list falls into. This week the genre is “Patriotic” in celebration of our nations Independance Day.
These songs are all proven in clubs to get people dancing and showing some love for the good old U.S.A. so play them loud and proud! It’s a good idea to have all these songs on your iPod or other portable music player so you can at least play them while your band is taking a break.
I’m featuring download from Amazon.com MP3 service since they sound better than iTunes and they cost 33% less than iTunes. You can play Amazon.com MP3’s on any MP3 player including iPods and iPhones. They are also DRM free so you can put them on multiple players.