Wishing all our friends a happy and healthy new year!
Starting with a video!! Stroller tour. I had a little too much with this… I hope you laugh as hard as I did… A post shared by Jason Castro (@jasoncastromusic) on Jun 21, 2018 at 1:59pm PDT Hahahahahahahahahahaha! We’ve made it to the land of crepes! A post shared by Jason Castro (@jasoncastromusic) on Jun
Also there instavids, but sadly, instagram vids and stories do not embed, so we will make do! Later London ✌️ A post shared by Jason Castro (@jasoncastromusic) on Jun 19, 2018 at 9:29am PDT Tea time. A post shared by Jason Castro (@jasoncastromusic) on Jun 18, 2018 at 4:46am PDT (I WANT TEA!) He goes
I love being a father. I always dreamed of it but never imagined I would have 3 girls!! They are so much fun and I can’t imagine my life without them. I’m in London missing them today but we snapped this pic the other night at the local legends show. They had a blast and
There’s still four or five hours left, so… Happy birthday, Jason! Have some music-related cake: source: Cake Central source: Little Birthday Cakes source: see-through-silence, Artisan Crafts / Culinary Arts / Food Art For actual music… We at Copia, as always, wish you a music- and joy-filled year!
“It’s Just Another New Year’s Eve” by Barry Manilow and Marty Panzer, sung by Barry Manilow: Video posted by BarryManilowOfficial Okay, okay, Murphy Brown joke, whatever. But did you listen to the song? Because it’s really good. Try listening to the same song sung by Lea Salonga: Video posted by LeaSalonga–Topic (Provided to YouTube by
Okay, well, me either. But apropos of making changes in a new year, here are Ian Axel and Chad King (otherwise known together as A Great Big World) singing their song “This is the New Year” on stage: Video posted by AGreatBigWorldVEVO Or if you prefer, here’s the official video, which does not feel very
“What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve” by Frank Loesser, sung by The Orioles in the original 1949 recording: Video posted by MusicProf78 According to the Songfacts blog, this is the second most popular song for the end of the year, and it is the kind of ballad that is usually sung in a melancholy
“The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)” by Mel Tormé and Bob Wells, sung by Paul McCartney: Video by Paul McCartney And sung by Mel Tormé and Judy Garland, including the rarely-recorded opening verse: Video posted by BestArtsJudy “The Christmas Song,” was written by Tormé and Wells when then were 19 and 22