Fall Jams – September 2018 Playlist

budsI love the month of September. Cooler temperature, fall leaves, football games, bonfires, comfy sweaters, all my favorite things start showing back up as fall rolls in. September’s playlist is a little bit mellow, a little bit folksy, and a little bit last minute summer party! Curl up with a blanket and sip a cup of tea, or sit out on the patio with a cocktail and watch the leaves change. Either way, here’s your perfect soundtrack to bring in the fall.


“She used to be mine” – Sara Bareilles – TRACK
“Us” – James Bay – TRACK
“Kids” – Ben Rector – TRACK
“When your mind’s made up” – Once – TRACK
“No matter where you are” – Us the Duo – TRACK
“Always” – Andy Grammar – TRACK
“Nobody knows” – The Lumineers – TRACK
“I wanna dance with somebody” – Ben Rector – TRACK
“Holdin’ Out” – The Lumineers – TRACK
“Someone to you” – BANNERS – TRACK
“She sets the city on fire” – Gavin DeGraw – TRACK

Published by Kate

A former Wisconsinite, Kate now resides in southeast Minnesota with her husband where she teaches high school English and theater. She recently completed her master's degree in learning design and technology, and continues to study and advocate for arts integration in the classroom. A recipient of the RISE America grant for high school theater, Kate is working to innovate and expand theater opportunities for the students at PIHS. An avid distance runner, concert pianist, and want-to-be wine aficionado, Kate's blog "ink." is a passion project, embodying all the best parts of life: friends, food, wine, thoughtful conversation, style, and sass!

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