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Jacob Taylor
Jacob Taylor


"Heaven" was the last single to be released from the album, on 6 June 2019. The track was co-written by Coldplay's lead singer Chris Martin. Martin spoke about the collaboration on his social media, stating that he co-wrote the song with Bergling back in 2014, but it was completed by Bergling in 2016. The music video used old clips of Bergling on vacation in Madagascar after his retirement from touring in 2016 and was released on 24 June 2019.[144] On 28 June, Billboard cited "Heaven" as one of the best dance songs of the first half of 2019.[145] "Fades Away" featuring MishCatt was also released in December after being performed in Stockholm at the Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health.[146]


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The 2018 edition of Tomorrowland saw several tributes to Bergling from Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Don Diablo, Nicky Romero, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Zedd and Kygo, the latter mentioning that Bergling was his biggest influence in EDM.[189] All DJs honoured his memory by playing his music in their sets during the festival which Michael Thivaios (Like Mike) described as Bergling's home. Thivaios continued calling Bergling "one of [his] best friends" and "a great inspiration".[190][191] Avicii's songs "Levels" and "Wake Me Up" came second and eighth respectively in Tomorrowland 2018's most played songs.[192][193]

Avicii also influenced a number of mainstream artists outside electronic music. Nile Rodgers said that in terms of melody writing, Avicii was "maybe one of the best, if not the best I've ever worked with."[226] Mike Einziger of Incubus said "Some of the work we did together is some of the music I'm most proud of in my whole life."[227] Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons said "working with [Avicii] was one of my favorite collaborative moments."[228] Charlie Puth said that Avicii was "The man who really opened my eyes as to what my productions could one day sound like."[228] Eric Clapton, who never publicly worked with Avicii, said he was "Inspired by Avicii", and dedicated a song off his Christmas album, Happy Xmas, to him.[229]

Our DJs were asked to choose not only the best songs they play the most often that kill, but those that also mean the most to them personally. We put our musical hearts and heads together and sparked countless hours of debate, some of which we selected snippets and shared in the comments after each track.

He was a man of letters, music, theater and film, earning the sobriquet "Godfather of Black Cinema" for helping to usher in a wave of "blaxploitation" movies in the 1970s that influenced generations of filmmakers. The best-known work of Melvin Van Peebles (August 21, 1932-September 22, 2021) was the 1971 movie "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song," an indie film that he wrote, produced, directed, starred in and scored. It was a violent tale of a Black street hustler on the run after killing police officers who were beating a Black revolutionary. Despite its low budget and limited distribution (it initially received an X rating), the film became a box office hit, inspiring Hollywood to chase after a lucrative but untapped Black film market.

Importantly for some people, Spring Running Music is an app that plays music to your running pace. It will automatically detect your running rhythm and play music that has a corresponding BPM. In total, it offers more than 100 different playlists packed with the best running music to listen to.

I want to start by saying this is a great site. I do play in Seniors homes and have been playing for free for many years but the paying gigs are starting come on with a vengeance. I do have some very nice equipment and I was tired of packing it around for coffee and cookies. So I starting booking gigs out of town. Last year I did 165 gigs of which 18 were paid. This year it will be about 200 gigs with 80 being paid. Still need the high frequency of gigs to keep me sharp. I found the easiest way to get gigs is to walk in and open up the guitar case and ask politely if I can play a song or 2. More times than not the recreation director wanders in just after the second song and wants to hire me for a gig. I know this is a ballsy maneuver but it works so well.I did the phone call with a youtube link attached to an email and this worked well enough to get things rolling after 50 phone calls and emails. But the show up and start playing in the lobby works probably 4 out of 5 times. You may want to do a video with your phone and put it on youtube it would be the next best thing. One last thing about entertaining in Seniors homes. Do a lot of hellos and how are you doings. Dont just hide your face in your music binder or tablet. The interaction is just as important as your music. .Hope this helps. Philippe Marleau 041b061a72


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