Pull the Plug

Scholarship Entrant: Cassandre from Orlando, Florida
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Cassandre: [dot_recommends]

Maya Angelou once said, “Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” When I was a little girl, I thought being a doctor was the only way one could save the people who were in need of help. Growing up in my teenage years, it came to my attention that I was wrong. If I could earn a living doing what I love the most, it’d be to have an organization that helps young kids and a PhD in law.
Frequently, one might be struggling with life, having a low self-esteem, or just wanting to give up. It might be because this kid has been raped or abused. No one really knows because they’re scared to cry for help, or maybe because they’ve been threatened; these are the kids I want to help. I want to have an organization where these young kids have someone they can trust, whenever they need a shoulder to cry on. I want to have a place where there can call “home”, do charity work to raise money for them. They also need someone to teach them, not to let anyone become a vacuum, and suck the happiness out of them.
Finally, they need to surround themselves with people who are only going to lift them higher, and I want to become that SOMEONE! As long as you set up your mind on something, you can become anything in this world; and these goals will begin from one place – Florida International University.

Vote for Cassandre: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

Pull the Plug

Scholarship Entrant: Cassandre from Orlando, Florida
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Cassandre: [dot_recommends]

Maya Angelou once said, “Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” When I was a little girl, I thought being a doctor was the only way one could save the people who were in need of help. Growing up in my teenage years, it came to my attention that I was wrong. If I could earn a living doing what I love the most, it’d be to have an organization that helps young kids and a PhD in law.
Frequently, one might be struggling with life, having a low self-esteem, or just wanting to give up. It might be because this kid has been raped or abused. No one really knows because they’re scared to cry for help, or maybe because they’ve been threatened; these are the kids I want to help. I want to have an organization where these young kids have someone they can trust, whenever they need a shoulder to cry on. I want to have a place where there can call “home”, do charity work to raise money for them. They also need someone to teach them, not to let anyone become a vacuum, and suck the happiness out of them.
Finally, they need to surround themselves with people who are only going to lift them higher, and I want to become that SOMEONE! As long as you set up your mind on something, you can become anything in this world; and these goals will begin from one place – Florida International University.

Vote for Cassandre: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

Pull the Plug

Scholarship Entrant: Cassandre from Orlando, Florida
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Cassandre: [dot_recommends]

Maya Angelou once said, “Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” When I was a little girl, I thought being a doctor was the only way one could save the people who were in need of help. Growing up in my teenage years, it came to my attention that I was wrong. If I could earn a living doing what I love the most, it’d be to have an organization that helps young kids and a PhD in law.
Frequently, one might be struggling with life, having a low self-esteem, or just wanting to give up. It might be because this kid has been raped or abused. No one really knows because they’re scared to cry for help, or maybe because they’ve been threatened; these are the kids I want to help. I want to have an organization where these young kids have someone they can trust, whenever they need a shoulder to cry on. I want to have a place where there can call “home”, do charity work to raise money for them. They also need someone to teach them, not to let anyone become a vacuum, and suck the happiness out of them.
Finally, they need to surround themselves with people who are only going to lift them higher, and I want to become that SOMEONE! As long as you set up your mind on something, you can become anything in this world; and these goals will begin from one place – Florida International University.

Vote for Cassandre: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

My Dream: Saving the World

Scholarship Entrant: DonEl J. from Philadelphia, PA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for DonEl J.: [dot_recommends]

Ever since I can remember I have loved wildlife and everything concerning the natural world. In that regard you could already say that I am already living, and working in my dream. As I grew older my interests started to diverge a little and I became very interested in working with people as well. That interest in people is what motivated me to study Counseling Psychology at Drexel University.
Every weekend I work as a Conservation Educator at the Philadelphia Zoo, I’ve been working at the zoo for nearly six years. I would consider what I do now my dream job. I love wildlife, and being a teacher at the zoo has given me the ability to share my passion with so many people. Teaching others about nature conservation gives me the rare ability to say, with complete honesty: “I teach kids how to save the world”.
Through the Cooperative learning program at Drexel, I have been hired as an assistant guidance counselor at Constitution High school. This is without a doubt a dream job of mine as it gives me the chance to help hundreds of adolescents with their problems, whether academic, social, or domestic every day.
Along with teaching kids to save the world, I can help kids to save their own lives. Furthering my education is the best way to help myself continue to help others, this is my dream. Being able to do what I do now for the rest of my life would be heaven.

Vote for DonEl J.: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

Improving the Meat Industry

Scholarship Entrant: Amy from Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Amy: [dot_recommends]

I have been a meat cutter since the age of 19. The most vivid memories from my childhood were our annual visit to the meat shop where my grandfather sent his cattle. After working for two years in the industry, I decided that I wanted to open my own meat shop, but I was determined to build a company beyond the standards of current suppliers and small businesses. I registered for college intent on attaining a degree in Animal Biotechnology, and eventually gaining employment with the USDA as an FSIS Inspector. In order for me to reach my goals of becoming an inspector and business owner, I must first finish my Bachelor’s degree. With the experience I would be able to gain from these institutions, I could start a sustainable business with knowledge of the operations and procedures both of meat retail and handling, slaughter, and inspection. My ultimate goal is to create a meat shop that can offer competitive prices while also being environmentally responsible by using recycled products and minimizing animal waste by utilizing every part of the animals. I also plan to eventually establish my own farm with healthy, humanely treated animals in order to supply my own and potentially other small businesses. This would be an important step in putting healthier, fresher local meat products on the market for reasonable prices. It would also help to reduce both the number of animals being treated inhumanely by major suppliers and the amount of animal waste produced.

Vote for Amy: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

A Loving and Safer World

Scholarship Entrant: Nancy from ROCKVILLE, Maryland
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Nancy: [dot_recommends]

There are doctors that will heal wounds of domestic violence victims. But who will ease the emotional wounds that left a scar for the rest of their lives? As a destined marriage and family therapist, I will provide the framework for a safer world.
My current internship has trained me to code behaviors of couples who have the potential to perform abuse. My first goal is to apply this knowledge in my future profession by detecting signs of abuse in order to prevent physical or emotional harm.
My next goal is to be a better listener. I need to have extensive knowledge of the situation so I can establish trust so that the victim feels in control. The third goal is education. Once I have obtained all the necessary information, it is my role to advise the victim that it is not their fault. That the victim has more strength than they could ever imagine. My final goal is to be a supporter for the victim. I will be there every step of the way to ease psychological trauma and to provide any medical and legal needs to ensure safety.

Although we may not be able to physically eradicate domestic violence, my goals will help bring us one step closer to educating the idea that love should never be intertwined with violence. I will promote a happier world for both the young and the old, and that being in a relationship should never be scary, but exciting and hopeful.

Vote for Nancy: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

Interactive Inspiration

Scholarship Entrant: Michael from Phenix City, ALABAMA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Michael: [dot_recommends]

An artist does not simply draw or paint pictures, nor do they simply write prose or sculpt. Artists create worlds, build civilizations, and illustrate the beauty of life through the visual interpretations of their imaginations. To be an artist is a powerful thing. One of the best examples how artists express this power is interactive media. Video games have been a part of my life for years, and in modern times, they have become quite a popular pastime to many others. However to people like me, the artist, they are more than just a pastime. They have become a powerhouse of artistic development and story-telling. These games not only entertain, but they inspire, teach, and open the eyes of their audiences.
I have committed my life to becoming an artist and creating the very things that inspired me to pave my life path. To be a creative mind in the video game industry is an aspiration I work to achieve every day of my life. The inspiration I gained from playing and studying games is unmatched to anything else I have felt in my life. My wish is to give back to the industry and help create even more works of art and in turn inspire others to follow the same path. I want to be able to teach the world through the art of interactive media, hopefully giving video games a much brighter reputation in the future. I want to inspire other artists, just as I have been inspired.

Vote for Michael: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

Top 5 Music Venues in The Mission

San Francisco is known for its active nightlife, hip crowds, and awesome music scene. The Mission District in particular is home to some of the best San Francisco concert venues, ranging from tiny, hidden alleyway secrets to sweeping concert halls. Whether you’re looking for an intimate experience or a crazy night out, there’s a music venue perfect for you. Check out our top five suggestions below for the best concert venues in the Mission:

1. The Lost Church

Lost Church

65 Capp Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 

If you’re looking for a unique, historic venue that has stayed true to itself over the years, you can find it in The Lost Church. This humble haven has been the center of many an artsy endeavor in the San Francisco area. Originally built in 1904 and refurbished in the late ’70s, this intimate venue is also a multimedia production studio; it features a very small stage under low lighting with a simple red curtain backdrop, and just a few rows of chairs, where audiences enjoy acts of both local and national notoriety.

2. Brick & Mortar Music Hall

1710 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

This classy little venue features old-school decor, including a breathtaking chandelier hanging from the ceiling. Conveniently within walking distance from BART, the Brick & Mortar Music Hall is an especially comfortable space for a new concertgoer. This old venue features fantastic sound and an eclectic but well-niched taste in mostly indie and singer-songwriter acts, making it a great place to catch an acoustic set. The drinks and cover costs are notably inexpensive for the area, and lines inside are kept short thanks to the multiple bars.

3. Amnesia

Amnesia

853 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Amnesia offers a versatile and worthwhile concert experience. Regular DJs fill the time between themed sets on various nights of the week, including jazz open jams on Wednesdays, bluegrass on Mondays, and comedy open mic nights on Tuesdays. Known for showcasing eclectic and unusual acts, Amnesia is the kind of place where you’ll find unusual instruments, dance, theater, and other interesting variations on your typical bar entertainment. The crowd it attracts is diverse and laid-back, less rowdy than your typical bar – notice the sign on their wall that reads “BE NICE OR LEAVE – THIS IS A GROWN FOLKS’ ESTABLISHMENT” – so if you’re looking for a night on the town that feels more post-college than college, this is a great hangout for you.

4. Mighty

119 Utah Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

This somewhat-hidden venue is a cross between a dive bar and a club, featuring predominantly guest DJs rather than full bands. The two full bars in two separate rooms minimize the lines and allow crowds to take in two atmospheres for one cheap cover charge. The audience is often “regulars” in the area, as the venue has a strong vibe of community. Unlike other San Francisco concert venues, Mighty boasts a reasonable amount of free parking nearby.

5. Bottom of the Hill

Bottom_of_the_hill

1233 17th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

This friendly neighborhood venue exemplifies the best of San Francisco, featuring original music every night of the week, a great food menu, and exceptional sound thanks to the room’s ideal acoustics. Bands and performers represent sounds across indie, alternative, folk, funk, punk, pop, and rock genres, and the venue invites performers to mingle with the crowd between and after their sets. Also, this is a rare venue that hosts 18+ shows, so your younger friends don’t have to miss out!

When you’re close to the Mission, there’s something exciting to do every night of the week. Break out of your shell and try a new experience, explore some new music, and have a great night at one of these San Francisco concert venues. You won’t regret it!

 

Interested in Private Lessons?

Search thousands of teachers for local and live, online lessons. Sign up for convenient, affordable private lessons today!

Free TakeLessons Resource

Photos by cherrilakeypotential pastBrett L.

Mother Figure

Scholarship Entrant: Angelica from Kissimmee, Florida
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Angelica: [dot_recommends]

Most people try to stay away from troubled teenagers, especially those who are in juvenile detentions. You see, those are the ones who need the most attention. They are still growing, learning, and trying to find their way in this world. Ignoring these teenagers won’t help them better themselves, nonetheless understanding that whatever they have done is wrong. Becoming a juvenile detention counselor would give me a chance to help many teenagers from staying in the wrong path. Counseling teens wouldn’t change the world, per se, but it would change many lives.
Earning a degree in psychology will be the first thing to getting started. Then taking a few courses of criminology will be the next step. I would like to revolve my studies in human behavior, and possibly profiling, even though I don’t believe profiling is necessarily needed to be a counselor. It would just give me more knowledge in trying to understand why someone would do something, and more experience in recognizing certain behaviors that you wouldn’t be able to see in person. Which I believe will be very helpful in counseling teenagers since they would have already committed their criminal act prior to being sent into counseling.
Teenagers often feel that they have no one to help them. They feel alone. I would love to possibly be able to create a relationship with these teenagers so that they understand that there will always be someone that cares; someone who actually wants to see them succeed in life.

Vote for Angelica: [dot_recommends]

Interested in private lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local & live, online lessons. Popular lesson locations include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, DC. Sign up today!

best songs to sing - road trip

Your Official Road Trip Playlist: 150+ Best Songs to Sing Along To

best roadtrip sing along songsTaking a road trip can be the best way to enjoy a long vacation – driving makes getting there half the fun! Planning a road trip involves thinking ahead to sleep, snacks, ideally a rotation of multiple drivers, and – of course – picking out a road trip playlist of the best songs to sing along to.

Singing along to road trip music is a great way to prevent drowsiness, and worse, outright falling asleep. Make your trip safer and a lot more fun with these 150 best singalong songs.

150+ Best Singalong Songs for your Road Trip Playlist

Best Road Trip Songs

Need to stay awake during a long trip? Here are some of the most popular road trip songs everyone knows…

  1. “Life is A Highway (cover)” – Rascal Flatts
  2. “Back in the Saddle” – Aerosmith
  3. “Life in the Fast Lane” – the Eagles
  4. “Roam” – B-52s
  5. “Sweet Home Alabama” – Lynyrd Skynyrd
  6. “Livin’ on A Prayer” – Bon Jovi
  7. “Here I Go Again” – Whitesnake
  8. “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” – the Proclaimers

Road Trip Songs that Make You Dance

These popular road trips songs are guaranteed to get you wiggling in your seat

  1. “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” – Eiffel 65
  2. “Doctor Jones” – Aqua
  3. “Raise Your Glass” – P!nk
  4. “Dancing Queen” – ABBA
  5. “Dark Horse” – Katy Perry
  6. “Crazy in Love” – Beyonce and Jay-Z
  7. “Gold Digger” – Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx
  8. “Around the World” – Daft Punk
  9. “Uptown Funk” – Mark Ronson
  10. “Hey Ya” – Outkast

’90s Nostalgia Road Trip Songs

Tunes from the ’90s and ’00s, for the millennial in everyone

  1. “Quit Playin’ Games With My Heart” – Backstreet Boys
  2. “You’re Still the One” – Shania Twain
  3. “Tearin’ up My Heart” – *NSync
  4. “Free Fallin’” – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  5. “Roll to Me” – Del Amitri
  6. “Ocean Avenue” – Yellowcard
  7. “I Miss You” – Blink-182
  8. “Jane Says” – Jane’s Addiction
  9. “Welcome to Paradise” – Green Day
  10. “Only Wanna Be with You” – Hootie & the Blowfish
  11. “Champagne Supernova” – Oasis
  12. “Just A Girl” – No Doubt
  13. “Absolutely (Story of A Girl)” – Nine Days
  14. “Man in the Box” – Alice in Chains
  15. “Drops of Jupiter” – Train
  16. “Gives You Hell” – All-American Rejects
  17. “1985” – Bowling for Soup
  18. “Stacy’s Mom” – Fountains of Wayne
  19. “Here It Goes Again” – OK Go
  20. “Save Tonight” – Eagle-Eye Cherry

Beats with a Bounce

Spunky yet chill, rock and alternative tunes to add to your road trip playlist

  1. “The Guitar Man” – Cake
  2. “Scar Tissue” – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  3. “What I Got” – Sublime
  4. “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” – George Thorogood
  5. “Girls Don’t Like Boys” – Good Charlotte
  6. “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)” – The Beastie Boys
  7. “The Joker” – Steve Miller Band
  8. “Zombies Ate My Neighbors” – Single File
  9. “Mr. Jones” – Counting Crows
  10. “Sugar, We’re Going Down” – Fall Out Boy
  11. “Feel Good, Inc.” – the Gorillaz
  12. “Sex and Candy” – Marcy Playground
  13. “Are You Gonna Be My Girl?” – Jet
  14. “It’s the End of the World As We Know It” – R.E.M.
  15. “The Impression That I Get” – the Mighty Mighty Bosstones
  16. “Float On” – Modest Mouse
  17. “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” – Cage the Elephant
  18. “Hey There Delilah” – Plain White T’s
  19. “99 Red Balloons” – Nena
  20. “White & Nerdy” – “Weird Al” Yankovic
  21. “I’m on A Boat” – the Lonely Island featuring T-Pain
  22. “Party Like A Rockstar” – Shop Boyz
  23. “Ice Ice Baby” – Vanilla Ice
  24. “Someday” – Sugar Ray
  25. “Seven Nation Army” – the White Stripes

Blastin’ Backbeats

For when you want to turn it up to eleven

  1. “Sorrow” – Bad Religion
  2. “Should I Stay or Should I Go” – the Clash
  3. “I Wanna Be Sedated” – the Ramones
  4. “The Four Horsemen” – Metallica
  5. “Fear of the Dark” – Iron Maiden
  6. “Peace Sells” – Megadeth
  7. “Ten Thousand Fists” – Disturbed
  8. “Shout at the Devil” – Mötley Crüe
  9. “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’” – Judas Priest
  10. “Fat Lip” – Sum 41
  11. “Come Out and Play (Keep ‘Em Separated)” – the Offspring
  12. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” – Nirvana
  13. “Beverly Hills” – Weezer
  14. “Too Many Puppies” – Primus
  15. “This Is Not A Song, It’s A Sandwich” – Psychostick

Retro Road Trip Music

Good tempos for your road trip playlist from back in the day

  1. “My Girl” – The Temptations
  2. “Wipeout” – The Surfaris
  3. “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?” – Creedence Clearwater Revival
  4. “Bang the Drum All Day” – Todd Rundgren
  5. “California Dreamin’” – The Mamas and the Papas
  6. “Welcome to the Jungle” – Guns N’ Roses
  7. “Panama” – Van Halen
  8. “Fun, Fun, Fun” – the Beach Boys
  9. “American Pie” – Don McLean
  10. “Rock Around the Clock” – Bill Haley and His Comets
  11. “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” – Cyndi Lauper
  12. “Mother” – Danzig
  13. “Purple Haze” – Jimi Hendrix
  14. “One Love (People Get Ready)” – Bob Marley
  15. “Take On Me” – A-Ha
  16. “No More Mr. Nice Guy” – Alice Cooper
  17. “I Know It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll (But I Like It)” – the Rolling Stones
  18. “Once in A Lifetime” – Talking Heads
  19. “Stuck in the Middle with You” – Stealers Wheel
  20. “Cheeseburger in Paradise” – Jimmy Buffett
  21. “Ring of Fire” – Johnny Cash
  22. “It’s Raining Men” – the Weather Girls
  23. “Hound Dog” – Elvis Presley

Best Road Trip Songs for Singers

Addictive melodies to show off your vocal skills

  1. “Piano Man” – Billy Joel
  2. “All These Things That I’ve Done” – the Killers
  3. “Send the Pain Below” – Chevelle
  4. “Closer to Fine” – Indigo Girls
  5. “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” – Panic! At the Disco
  6. “Knights of Cydonia” – Muse
  7. “No One Knows” – Queens of the Stone Age
  8. “Stairway to Heaven” – Led Zeppelin
  9. “Piece of My Heart” – Janis Joplin
  10. “All Along the Watchtower” – Bob Dylan
  11. “Interstate Love Song” – Stone Temple Pilots
  12. “Pardon Me” – Incubus
  13. “Rocket Man” – Elton John
  14. “Black Hole Sun” – Soundgarden
  15. “Birdhouse in Your Soul” – They Might Be Giants
  16. “Ziggy Stardust” – David Bowie
  17. “Dog Days Are Over” – Florence and the Machine
  18. “Layla” – Eric Clapton
  19. “Imagine” – John Lennon
  20. “Someone to Watch Over Me” – Ella Fitzgerald (music by George and Ira Gerschwin)
  21. “I Ain’t Superstitious” – Willie Dixon
  22. “Rolling in the Deep” – Adele

SEE ALSO: 100+ Best Karaoke Songs

Awesome Anthems

Classic favorites that everyone in the car knows, and can agree on

  1. “In the Street” – Cheap Trick
  2. “I Will Survive” – Gloria Gaynor
  3. “Don’t Stop Believin’” – Journey
  4. “Bohemian Rhapsody” – Queen
  5. “Jack & Diane” – John Mellencamp
  6. “Born to Be Wild” – Steppenwolf
  7. “Rock and Roll All Night” – KISS
  8. “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” – the Supremes
  9. “We’re Not Gonna Take It” – Twisted Sister
  10. “Crazy Train” – Ozzy Osbourne
  11. “Dancin’ in the Street” – Martha and the Vandellas
  12. “Ballroom Blitz” – The Sweet
  13. “Rock You Like A Hurricane” – the Scorpion
  14. “Eye of the Tiger” – Survivor
  15. “Cum on Feel the Noize” – Quiet Riot
  16. “Carry On, Wayward Son” – Kansas
  17. “Thriller” – Michael Jackson
  18. “You Shook Me All Night Long” – AC/DC
  19. “Soak Up The Sun” – Sheryl Crow
  20. “Pinball Wizard” – the Who
  21. “Juke Box Hero” – Foreigner
  22. “Summer of ’69” – Bryan Adams
  23. “The Time Warp” – Rocky Horror Picture Show
  24. “Another Brick in the Wall (pt. 2)” – Pink Floyd
  25. “The Twist” – Chubby Checker
  26. “Do You Love Me” – the Contours
  27. “Old Time Rock and Roll” – Bob Seger

Songs Everyone Knows

If you’re looking for more recent hits, here’s some more popular road trip music

  1. “Work” – Rihanna ft. Drake
  2. “No Broken Hearts” – Bebe Rexha ft. Nicki Minaj
  3. “Cheap Thrills” – Sia
  4. “Wild Things” – Alessia Cara
  5. “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” – Justin Timberlake
  6. “Ride” – Twenty One Pilots
  7. “Cake by the Ocean” – DNCE
  8. “Kill Em With Kindness” – Selena Gomez

Singing road trip music is good for the heart and soul. You’ll have a blast with this road trip playlist that you can sing along with.

Remember, it’s never a bad time to work on your singing voice. If you want to really “wow” your passengers, consider taking free online singing classes to improve your skills!

Check out even more songs to sing here!

Interested in Private Lessons?

Search thousands of teachers for local and live, online lessons. Sign up for convenient, affordable private lessons today!

Photo by photosteve101