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What are good songs and playlist suggestions for my Spotify? It’s times up for my iPod and I need to be all set in all my playlists come vacation time. I have a Country playlist, a Skrillex/deadmau5 playlist, a Blues playlist, and a Femme Fatale playlist (which is all-Women singers such as Halsey, Elle King, ZZ Ward and Grace Potter) I know from my iPod I had a “songs everyone likes” playlist and a Rocky Horror playlist. I want a classic rock playlist and a dance party playlist as well.

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For "dance/party", look at the 70s artists like KC and the Sunshine Band, Kool and the Gang, and various other artists like McFadden and Whitehead. You can't lose with disco. Rock is another element altogether because there are a bunch of sub genres. If you like alt rock, plug in Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and Nirvana. For 70/80 classic rock, go with Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, or Van Halen. Then, of course, there's Whitesnake, Scorpions, and Guns and Roses. That time frame never disappoints for rock.

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For "dance/party", look at the 70s artists like KC and the Sunshine Band, Kool and the Gang, and various other artists like McFadden and Whitehead. You can't lose with disco. Rock is another element altogether because there are a bunch of sub genres. If you like alt rock, plug in Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and Nirvana. For 70/80 classic rock, go with Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, or Van Halen. Then, of course, there's Whitesnake, Scorpions, and Guns and Roses. That time frame never disappoints for rock.

Hey, rock on.
Those are great suggestions; thank you!
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I'm listening to a bit more of becky G lately

she's been out since... I guess 2018, maybe a little earlier- and is a sort of mix between pop and reggaeton

their's also lucy rose (who is also new) and writes her own music
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as for blues (well, blues/ jazz), their's sunny terry and brownie mcgee.

I came across them a few years ago and they are a good group

they do a nice version of the song "midnight special", though my favorite is "frait train."
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For "dance/party", look at the 70s artists like KC and the Sunshine Band, Kool and the Gang, and various other artists like McFadden and Whitehead. You can't lose with disco. Rock is another element altogether because there are a bunch of sub genres. If you like alt rock, plug in Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and Nirvana. For 70/80 classic rock, go with Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, or Van Halen. Then, of course, there's Whitesnake, Scorpions, and Guns and Roses. That time frame never disappoints for rock.

Hey, rock on.
I did add a few of your suggestions
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Classic Rock?

CCR
The Band
The Who
The Guess Who
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J. Cole - G.O.M.D.
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