2017 has had a lot of ups and down across the entire globe. It’s likely you’ve had your fair share of personal successes and challenges as well. In any event, we are grateful to be here another year, and to have enjoyed serving you and your business during it.
One thing we like to do every month is create a monthly montage of potential music for your television or film production. When you find the right soundtrack via these samples, we set up a music licensing contract for you so you can easily acquire the rights to use the music you need. Let’s relive 2017’s major events and take a look back at these hit tracks once more before the ball drops.
Serena beat Venus, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, more than 2 million people participated in the Women’s March and “Moonlight” won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
As always, we taught you to Love The Music.
Black Sabbath played their last concert, the Patriots beat the Falcons in the Super Bowl, Adele took home the Grammy for Best Song and Best Album, and Rex Tillerson became the United States Secretary of State.
You could groove to these TunEdge hits on Valentine’s Day, or any time of the year, frankly.
The live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” was released, the Tomb of Jesus reopened in Jerusalem after being restored, the world’s largest dinosaur footprint was found in Australia, and Barcelona made a huge comeback in the Champions League quarter final.
And we all enjoyed our green beer on St. Patty’s Day, and listened to some sweet tunes…
Bob Dylan received the Nobel Prize for Literature, Alibaba became the world’s largest retailer, Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad caused lots of controversy, and Electric Light Orchestra, Joan Baez, Yes, Tupac Shakur, Journey, and Pearl Jam were all inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Dance in those April Showers with these hits.
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan agreed to buy the National Wrestling Association, Emmanuel Macron won France’s presidential election, Always Dreaming won the Kentucky Derby and Apple became the first company to be worth more than $800 million.
Smell the May Flowers and groove to the beats…
Wonder Woman was released and earned more than $100 million in its first weekend in North America, Donald Trump withdrew the US from the Paris Climate Agreement, the Dr. Seuss Museum opened its doors in Massachusetts, and Daniel Day-Lewis retired from acting.
The sun always shines in June when you’re listening to great music.
Elon Musk got his hands on the first mass market electric car by Tesla, feature film “Dunkirk” premiered in London to rave reviews, Senator John McCain was diagnosed with Brain Cancer, and “Despacito” became the most streamed song of all time with more than 4.6 million plays.
Patriotism was alive and well, enjoyed by all with July’s music montage.
Usain Bolt ran his last race in London, Daniel Craig agreed to play James Bond one more time, Emma Stone was declared the year’s highest paid actress at $26 million, and Floyd Mayweather Jr. defeated Conor McGregor in 10 rounds.
Get ready to fall in love with the hit tracks from August.
Hurricane Irma hit the US as the strongest hurricane recorded in history, the 60th Emmy Awards aired, hosted by Stephen Colbert, Alex Gordon set the new MLB home run record, and Paris is announced as the 2024 host of the Olympic games.
Check out what TunEdge’s music montage had to offer in September.
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to International Campaign ICAN, Producer Harvey Weinstein is expelled by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Jacinda Arden becomes the youngest Prime Minister in 161 years in New Zealand, and Hurricane Ophelia hits Ireland.
Step back in recent time and enjoy some music from October 2017.
The Houston Astros win the World Series for the first time, Blake Shelton becomes People Magazine’s newest “Sexiest Man Alive,” Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” painting broke a world record when it sold for $450.3 million, and Serena Williams married Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.
We ate all the turkey and danced with our pants undone to the November music montage.
Decemer brings the holidays. What do you have planned this Christmas? Tunedge would like to leave you with “gift of grooves”. We’re wishing you a happy holiday, lots of eggnog and cheer.
Thanks for joining us on this trip down memory lane. We can’t wait to enjoy helping you “Discover New Music” in the new year! Cheers!