Member’s Picks to Keep Your Weekend Rocking

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Here are your member nominated member’s picks for the weeek!

  • The new “exit” song for American Idol’s season 10 is “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” recorded by David Cook. How do y’all like Cook’s cover of the 1985 hit by Simple Minds. Do you remember it from the Breakfast Club?
  • “Running Back to You” by Matt Wertz is next. Wertz just released an album titled “Weights and Wings” and this single is from that album.
  • And last but not least is “Not Your Birthday” by Allstar Weekend ft. Anth. This is a greatsong that makes you want to get up and dance!

Check ’em out and tell me what you think in the jukebox!

And remember that the hidden song contest and the member’s picks are made possible by you guys so keep the nominations coming!! Email hiddensong@hitpredictor.com or post it on our Facebook page.

Hear New Music First – HP

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2 thoughts on “Member’s Picks to Keep Your Weekend Rocking

  1. I love David Cook’s cover of Don’t You Forget About Me. I love his growling “don’t yous” at the beginning, the “down down down” (never knew he could sing so low) in and then his tender, pleading “call my name”? IMHO he’s one of the best male vocalists around. Check out Right Here With You, or Fade Into Me, from his new album, This Loud Morning. Yes, I admit it, proud to be a fan.

  2. I love David Cook’s cover of Don’t You Forget About Me. I love his growling “don’t yous” at the beginning, the “down down down” (never knew he could sing so low) in and then his tender, pleading “call my name”? IMHO he’s one of the best male vocalists around.

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