Fall 2019 Playlist

Hey everyone! Today I just wanted to share my fall playlist with you! Some of these songs are more recent, and others are a little older, but these are the songs that I have been listening to on repeat lately! My music taste is kind of all over the place, but as you will be able to tell, pop music is my favorite. This will be my last fall related post, so after this you should expect quite a few holiday themed posts which I am so excited to share! Let me know what’s on your fall playlist in a comment below!

. Shameless – Camila Cabello

. Liar – Camila Cabello

. G Walk – Lil Mosey, Chris Brown

. Don’t Call Me Angel – Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Ray

. If You Need Me – Julia Michaels

. Ransom – Lil Tecca

. Cry For Me – Camila Cabello

. Zero – Chris Brown

. Bad Liar – Imagine Dragons

. Space – Maren Morris

. Easy – Camila Cabello (OK, I just love anything that she does. So obsessed with her!)

. Lights Up – Harry Styles

. Freaking Me Out – Ava Max

. Visions – Dirty Heads

. Playing To Win – Fox Sinclair

. Lose You To Love Me – Selena Gomez

. Wish You Well – Sigala, Becky Hill

. Roxanne – Arizona Zervas

. Look At Her Now – Selena Gomez

. CPR – Summer Walker

. Body, Tonight, Come Thru – Summer Walker (basically her whole album “Over It”)

. Hesitate – Jonas Brothers

. Circles – Post Malone

. Graveyard – Halsey

. Noticed – Lil Mosey

. Every Single Time – Jonas Brothers

. What A Time – Julia Micheals feat. Niall Horan

. I Love You – Billie Eilish

. The Principal, Nurse’s Office, Strawberry Shortcake – Melanie Martinez (her new album K-12 is amazing and so creative! If you haven’t heard it, go check it out. There’s a message in every song).

. Say My Name- David Guetta

. Don’t Start Now – Dua Lipa

. Lovely – Billie Eilish

. Hollywood’s Bleeding – Post Malone

My Experience at the Jonas Brothers Happiness Begins Tour

When I was 11 years old I went to my first concert ever. I got tickets to see Selena Gomez who, at the time, was probably my biggest idol. A few years later I got to go see Justin Bieber with my mom and my sisters, then a couple years later we got to see him again. The last “concert” I went to was at a bar/club where my best friend and I saw Kane Brown perform. And now, another one of my best friends and I got to see the Jonas Brothers on their Happiness Begins Tour. We had bought the tickets quite a few months ago, so we’ve been waiting a while and we were SO excited to get to see them perform live! We grew up listening to their music and watching them on Camp Rock and their TV show “Jonas”, so we felt like one of our childhood dreams was coming true!

We arrived at the venue, and of course we took a ton of photos. We found our seats, which were even better than I thought they’d be! We were sitting a few rows back from this platform where the DJ was standing. I had a feeling that the Jonas Brothers might come up to that platform to sing, but I wasn’t too sure (I was right, but we’ll get to that in a bit)! Every time I attend a concert, I forget that a lot of waiting is involved. Before anyone came out on stage, the DJ was playing songs that everyone in the audience knew, so we were all singing along to “Dancing Queen”, “Single Ladies”, and “Truth Hurts” while we waited. Right in front of us was a group of people who were dancing and just having a good time and entertaining everyone around us. I also had to laugh because I noticed quite a few men who were no doubt dragged along by their girlfriends to see the Jonas Brothers. Most of the people that attended the concert were young women rather than kids which was expected and also really cool since, like I said, so many of us grew up with them.

Then Jordan McGraw, who, after a quick google search, we found out was Dr. Phil’s son, came on stage. We had no idea who he was at first, but we ended up really enjoying his music and we both agreed that we would look into it some more! After he performed some of his songs, we waited another 20 minutes or so for Bebe Rhexa. I actually didn’t know she was going to be performing until the day of the concert, so I was really excited to see her since I love her music! She performed some of her most popular songs: “I’m A Mess”, “Meant to Be”, and “Me, Myself & I”. I also found out that she wrote “The Monster” by Eminem ft. Rihanna, which she performed as well. Another 20 minutes passed after she performed and finally it was time for the Jonas Brothers.

They came down from the ceiling and they opened with their song “Rollercoaster”. Of course, this is when the crowed got the loudest and everyone was freaking out. One thing I love about concerts is that you get to be in a room full of people who, despite their differences, have one big thing in common: a mutual love for a person or group of people and music. I absolutely love their new album “Happiness Begins”, and I was so excited to hear the songs performed live! Some of my favorites from the album are: “Only Human”, “Strangers”, “Rollercoaster”, “Every Single Time”, and “Comeback”, just to name a few. I was also hoping that they would perform some of their older songs since so many people have been fans of theirs from the beginning! They performed: “S.O.S.”, “Burnin’ Up”, and “Lovebug” which are some of my favorites (they performed a few other older songs as well, but I was not as familiar with them)! They even sang “Gotta Find You” from Camp Rock! In the middle of the concert, Nick came out and sang a song from his solo career, and that was “Jealous”. Joe ended up doing the same thing and sang “Cake by The Ocean” by DNCE. I love when artists interact with their fans at concerts, and Kevin, Joe, and Nick expressed their love and gratitude for us, and even asked us to choose a song for them to sing!

There were many highlights from this concert, and one of the biggest ones for me was when they all walked up to the platform that was only a few rows in front of us, and they sang their song “Hesitate”, which is an incredibly beautiful song, but seeing and hearing it live and having them be so close to us made it feel even moreso. As they performed the song, the platform lifted them up and slowly spun them around right in the middle of the arena. I know it is not likely, but it really felt as if I was making eye contact with them when they were looking out at us from the platform. A few other favorite moments were when they sang all of the throwback Jonas Brothers songs like “Lovebug” because I was really looking forward to hearing them!

I have to say, even though I really haven’t been to many concerts in my life so far, this one was truly the best. I had such an amazing time. Our seats were great (the best seats I have had at a concert), and they performed pretty much all of the songs that I really wanted to hear. By the end of the night, my friend and I had almost lost our voices, but it was so worth it! There is something very magical about going to a concert and being able to see someone you love and admire right in front of you, and this is definitely a day that I won’t ever forget. Let me know what your first concert was in a comment below!

(If you would like to see a few photos and videos from the concert, check out my Instagram: @sacchere14.)

End-of-Summer Playlist

Today I wanted to share an end-of-summer playlist with you! These are just some songs that I’ve been loving lately! (Yes, I am a top 40s fan but I actually listen to many different genres. Pop is obviously my favorite and it is probably what I listen to 95% of the time, but if that is not your cup of tea, stick around anyway, and I may surprise you!)  If you love any of these songs like I do, leave me a comment below!

. Only Human – Jonas Brothers

. DJ Khaled ft. SZA – Just Us

. Crash Into Me – Steve Aoki & Darren Criss

. All Day and Night – Jax Jones, Madison Beer, Martin Solveig

. On My Way – Alan Walker, Sabrina Carpenter & Farruko

. Insomnia – Daya

. Lil Nas X – Panini

. Señorita – Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello

. Self Control – Bebe Rexha

. Hate Me – Ellie Goulding & Juice WRLD

. Love Me Less – MAX (feat. Quinn XCII)

.  Find U Again – Mark Ronson (feat. Camila Cabello)

. Never Really Over – Katy Perry

. Missing You – Ingrid Michaelson

. Boyfriend – Ariana Grande, Social House

. Nightmare – Halsey

. Takeaway – The Chainsmokers, ILLENIUM (feat. Lennon Stella)

. If I Can’t Have You – Shawn Mendes

. Torn – Ava Max

. Never-ending Summer – CYN

. Beautiful People – Ed Sheeran (feat. Khalid)

. Chris Brown – No Guidance (feat. Drake)