MUSIC IS A POWERFUL MOTIVATOR

demo front runners

I just listened to The Daily by the New York Times and they put on a very interesting talking piece about what the candidates listen to to motivate their crowds. So I thought I would have some fun with it and put my set on how they seem to look right now from my own playlist.

Bernie Sanders –

1. I’m Alive – by Johnny Thunder

2. Legendary – by Welshly Arms

3. Take back the Power – by Interruptors

Joe Biden –

1. Dear Mr. Fantasy – by Traffic

2. Everybody wants to rule the world – by Tears for Fears

3. This Ain’t My America – By Lynyrd Skynyrd

Elizabeth Warren –

1. Renegades – by X Ambassadors

2. You Can’t Stop Me – by Andy Mineo

3. Stand by me – by Otis Redding

Kamala Harris –

1. Bad to the bone – George Thorogood

2. Power of Equality – by Red Hot Chili Peppers

3. Seven Nation Army – by White Stripes

Pete Buttigieg –

1. Listen to the Music – The Doobie Brothers

2. All the Way Up (The remix) – Fat Joe, Remy Ma

3. Come Together (remake)- by Gark Clark Jr.

Julian Castro –

1. Believer – Imagine Dragons

2. Simple Man – by Lynyrd Skynyrd

3. Fantasy – By EWF (if you don’t recognize that moniker then you shouldn’t be allowed to listen to them)

Andrew Yang

1. One Love – by the great Bob Marley

2. Feel it Still – by Portugal.

3. Don’t Let Me Down – Chainsmokers. Daya

Cory Booker

1. Spirit in the Sky – by Norman Greenbaum

2. Whatever it takes – by Imagine Dragon

3. Victory – By Notorious B.I.G., P Diddy (G Version, if there is one)

Kristen Gillibrand

1. Paint it Black – Ciara

2. In the Name of Love – Jacob Banks

3. We didn’t Start the Fire – Billy Joel

Tulsi Gabbard (The Sniper)

1. Black Eyes – Bradley Cooper

2. Run The Jewels – Run the Jewels

3. Congratulations – Post Malone, Quavo (Radio version)

4. Hell and Back – By Kid Ink

5. Mean Demeanor – by Run the Jewels

6. Drops of Jupiter – by Train