Who Says...The Music You Loved Then, You Now Must Hate?
I'm a big fan of music and I like a wide variety of artists and genres. That means there are plenty of acts that I've loved that some people might think are embarrassing. It seems that as people grow up, they're always saying "I can't believe I liked that band!" or "I can't believe I was part of that fandom!" (music or otherwise). For me, though, if I've ever liked a type of music...I don't really grow out of that appreciation. I can still listen to, and enjoy, them today. Sure, I might not listen to them as much...and yeah, I am continuously listening to and loving new things. Regardless, I still like the groups and bands from my past. I'm not embarrassed to admit that!
Before I go on to share some of these artists, I want to mention that if you do your own Who Says? post, you should share the acts you used to love and yet would still listen to and enjoy...and if you don't want to do a post, feel free to just leave a list in the comments!
I used to love Hanson when I was younger...their video MMMBop (video below) came out in 1997, so I guess I became a fan when I was around seven years old. I've never seen them live, but as they are a band that is still together (did you know that?!), I would definitely go if given the chance. I know their old stuff but not much of the new music they've made...so I guess I really should pay attention to them more. I do love their song "Penny and Me" though, which they made when they were a bit older, so I'm sure I'd enjoy all their other songs!
This is one group that I would love to see reunited, but with Justin Timberlake doing so well on his own...I'm not sure that will ever happen. Regardless, I was a huge Nsync fan growing up and they were even my first concert. This is one group that certainly knows how to put on a good show! Nowadays, I don't listen to their music all that often, but I'm excited anytime I hear it and will certainly sing along. Their albums are just some of the many I still need to get on my iPod!
Enjoy some early Nsync with "Tearin' Up My Heart"-
This is a band that I fell in love with when I was in middle school. I still remember talking to a friend my freshmen year of high school about them...she was a Green Day fan. We're friends to this day, so she still finds it funny because it was the first conversation we ever had. Along with Good Charlotte, there was Simple Plan...both bands have a similar pop/punk sound and I loved them both, though probably GC a bit more. I got to see them both live (together) at the end of my freshmen year and had a blast. I traveled two hours to see the show (the farthest I'd gone for a concert that point in my life) and it was totally worth it.
"Little Things" is off of GC's first album...they've certainly evolved since then, but it's a fun one-