Tagged: sentune

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Remembering Freddie Mercury

You may have heard, especially if you’ve been to Google, that yesterday (September 5) would have been Freddie Mercury’s 65th birthday. The queenofficial channel on YouTube has created a 65th...

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Bob Marley Sentune

Known for combining religion, spirituality, and politics, Bob Marley passed away exactly 30 years ago today.  In his honor, Tunesmate is looking for Bob Marley sentunes.  To start us off,...

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Bringing 30 Back

Singer, actor, Super Bowl halftime offender, world pop music sensation, former ‘N Syncer, mouseketeer, voice for the heir to a throne, celebrity golfer, Britney Spears’ significant other … you name it,...

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Red Hot Chili Peppers Sentune

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have been on the music scene for over twenty years so let’s try a sentune in celebration of their forthcoming album. Once again, the object...

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John Lennon 1940-1980

As you’ve likely already seen (or you already know) by now, today marks the 30th anniversary of the day that John Lennon was murdered.  Lennon’s death maintains significant cultural resonance...

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Peter Gabriel Sentune

Peter Gabriel, the successful solo artist and former lead singer of Genesis, turned 60 last week. Tunesmate would like to honor Mr. Gabriel with a game of Sentune. Take five...

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John Mellencamp Sentune

John Mellencamp dominated the 1980s and 1990s as an outstanding American song writer / performer. Today, try your hand at completing a mini or regular Sentune. Once again, the object...

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Ozzy Setune

Happy Belated birthday to Ozzy Osbourne who turned 61 the other day! I don’t think Ozzy believes that he has made it this long with his music or his life....

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Christmas Sentune

For this sentune, rather than finding 5 songs by the same artist, try to string together 5 Christmas song titles to make a sentence.  Try carrolling to this one: Last...

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The Cure Sentune

Since we’ve been listening to The Cure a lot, this week’s sentune is from the group that brought us classics like “Close to Me,” “Never Enough,” and “Lovesong.”  Here’s one to...