Dinner service is coming back to my work, Asking for music or song suggestions to Add to my playlist since I’m in charge of that?

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  • Petter
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    4 months ago
  • 4 months ago

    Do you know if the crowd is into rock, pop, country, etc.? Is it more casual or fancy? Would upbeat rock songs from the past few years be appropriate?

    UPDATE:

    I agree with Todd about doing some songs from the 80s and 90s that they grew up with. I'd also throw in some newer music. I guess you can gauge their reactions and adjust if you need to. Here are some newer songs. You might want to check the lyrics ahead of time and make sure you think they're appropriate.

    Shakin' off the Rust by The Blue Stones

    Combat Baby by Metric

    Ohio by King Princess

    People Are Strangers by Zella Day

    Can't Cool Me Down by Car Seat Headrest

    Heavy Balloon by Fiona Apple

    I'm Alive by Norah Jones

    Deleter by Grouplove

    Underdog by Alicia Keys

    Your Love (Deja Vu) by Glass Animals

    Bury Us by The Naked and Famous

    Come On Out by The Airborne Toxic Event

    The Rush by JJ Wilde

    Multiply by Love Fame Tragedy

    CVS by Winnetka Bowling League

    Lost in Yesterday by Tame Impala

    Gimme Sympathy by Metric

    Bully by Black Pistol Fire

    Seventeen by Sharon Van Etten

    Read My Mind by The Killers

    Do Your Worst by Rival Sons

    Lazy Eye by Silversun Pickups

    Now is the Start by A Fine Frenzy

    Where the Kids Are by Blondfire

    Save Your Scissors by City and Colour

    Royal Jelly by Deap Vally

    Crooked Teeth by Death Cab for Cutie

    Say Hey I Love You by Michael Franti & Spearhead

    Edge of Town by Middle Kids

    Gone Forever by The Raveonettes

    This is Not a Test by She & Him

    Here Comes Trouble by TV on the Radio

    Let Her Go by Passenger

    Baby Says by The Kills

  • 4 months ago

    What kind of songs do you normally put on? What sort of atmosphere are you trying to do?

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