The Perfect Playlist – Penny Seithel

 

This week’s guest, Penny Seithel, describes her Perfect Playlist when she joined us on Tuesday 5th December to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Penny is a local gal with a background in training and an overflowing faith in God. Originally from Atlanta, she moved to the UK a few donkeys ago and met her now husband Gary. We asked Penny to indulge us with her choices on the Perfect playlist, and here’s what she chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: How will I know – Whitney Houston
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Ain’t no mountain high enough – Marvin Gaye
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Photograph – Ed Sheeran  dedicated to Gary Seithel
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Livin’ on a prayer – Bon Jovi
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Celebration – kool and the Gang
6 Best Summer Anthem: Better When I’m Dancing – Meghan Trainor
7 Best Christmas Song: Noel – Lauren Daigle
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Jesus Loves me (acoustic) – Whitney Houston
9 Best cover version you know of: Hallelujah – Pentatonix

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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About Naomi Hefford

I'm a musoholic - I play, sing, dance, share and live music. My show, The Perfect Playlist, on Phoenixfm delves into the idiosyncratic way we all relate to the music that surrounds us. With 9 simple questions each week, the answers can be so varied from person to person it is absolutely fascinating to me.