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November 18, 2008



Two stations that I listen to constantly are Train and John Coltrane.


I love my Third Day station on Pandora. I also have a Led Zeppelin station, and a Phish station as well.


If you're into the folksy-acoustic stuff, try the David Wilcox station. I also enjoy the Glen Hansard, Moya Brennan, and Sade stations.


Oh, & I forgot... I also like R. Carlos Nakai... I am a school counselor and need some "tune-out" music :)

Thanks for sharing your favs... I've added those artist to my cue!


I have been a fan of Pandora for quite some time now... if you share your 'name' with us from Pandora we can actually pull your stations down directly and hear the stations based off of the thumbs up & down you give songs etc. Did you know as you rate a song the station immediately changes? TOO cool!
I like the Shane & Shane station I've created... it plays the perfect mix for me :)


So far, I've only listened to the Third Day Channel!


I listen to Pandora at school with my class (I am a 7th grade Sp.Ed Teacher)

Bill Evans - Piano jazz good stuff

Sufjan Stevens - Good real chill stuff. Get alot of folky/funky acoustic type stuff

Mark O'Connor - American composer/bluegrass/classical stuff


I love Pandora! I've got a few stations I'm working on, but right now my favorite is the attempt at "Folky Chick Music" I built from Kendall Payne, Brooke Fraser, and Ingrid Michaelson. (though a little less folksy after throwing in some Imogen Heap for good measure) It seems to do a good job of only playing female artists so far.

I built a MuteMath station too that seems to have a quirky playlist... lots of Radiohead and The Killers popping up on that one.

Does anyone know if lyrics are considered in selecting songs? It seems that if I "thumbs up" a Christian artist, the station plays more Christian music. That said, if you want to fine-tune the Christian metal/BTA station, maybe you could add Haste the Day and Demon Hunter into the mix?


I'm a rebel, I have a Zune (the price was right) and I have no idea what Pandora is. LOL I think it was a box I wasn't supposed to open.


My favorites are a heavily customized 80s Rock station that I have had for about 5-6 years so it is pretty much down to just the good stuff. Last year I created a Skillet Radio station that has Skillet, Third Day, Jeremy Camp, Todd Agnew, 33 Miles, and lots of other good Contempary Christian music that leans toward the rock side.


My favorite stations:

Taylor Swift - has some of my favorite country artists.

The Click Five - Has some awesome artists like the All American
Rejects and Ashley Parker Angel.

Jonas Brothers - Good station but plays too many of their songs.

Third Day - My favorite station for Christian music!


I love the "Piano Solo" station while I'm working/writing. I also really like the "Lori McKenna" station and "Brooke Waggoner" station.

When I volunteer at Mocha Club, one of the girls always has Pandora going. We ask her "Hey, what did you build off of today?" and she'll tell us the artist.

I don't know if that is the technical term for Pandora, but it works for us. :)


I love my Paul Simon station. I get all those amazing acoustic singer/songwriters.
When I'm feeling nostalgic, I go with the Cyndi Lauper station. All those mindless beats of the 80's just take me back. :)


I just discovered Pandora about 2 weeks ago. Yeah, I'm behind. Well I like the Skillet station(obviously). As far as Christian metal, I kind of like the Mortification station.


almost forgot, luke doucet is a great station too. if you haven't checked out luke doucet & the white falcon then DO IT. great music!


my favs:

the black keys - lots of old blues and harder/rockier blues music. some zep for good measure.

anberlin - great mix

U2 - good mix of stuff, but too much coldplay, haha


I love my Honeysuckle Blue station and am working on an Elvis Costello.

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