The Songkick Hall Of Shame
Track your favorite artists and never miss them live. That’s the Songkick mantra, but it comes with strings attached. Living in the shadows of your Spotify playlists, in the echoey chasms of your iTunes library, is a dark secret. A guilty pleasure. A late 80s boyband, an office party gem, or that dude that sang the theme tune to One Tree Hill. We’re going to find it, and oh boy are we going to email you about it. Ladies and gentlemen: the Songkick hall of shame.
thanks for the heads up songkick, but the only face to face song I know is from the Buffy soundtrack #isthatshameful
— Caitlin (@caiterrade) May 25, 2013
wow, Songkick is sending me notifications for LTJ Bukem. How do they know about my dodgy past?
— Tim Murray (@thedailygrowl) May 21, 2013
It’s a good thing nobody sees my Songkick app list…Beyonce just popped up. #embarrassing
— Alex Berman (@Alex_Berman647) August 7, 2013
JUST BC I HAVE BLURRED LINES DOESN’T MEAN I WANNA KNOW WHE HIS CONCERTS ARE THANK U VERY MUCH SONGKICK
— // Brina // (@meandthejerry) August 8, 2013
Songkick somehow always finds artists that you have just one song by. Eric: how abt Marshall Tucker Band at Roseland? No…no thanks.
— shmekie (@shmekie) July 23, 2013
@songkick why are you recommending Nickelback concerts to me. i feel ill
— Jodie Collins (@Jodc92) October 13, 2013
Travis? No songkick! No no no never no never think this of me pic.twitter.com/UcxV2KsOjY
— Carey Hiles (@HandyBiteSize) July 9, 2013
— Rhiannon Keyte (@rhiannonkeyte) October 15, 2013
Email subject line: “New concerts for Beirut and Boyz II Men” — Thank you, @Songkick. You get me.
— Laura Babbili (@laurababbili) May 28, 2013