Day 2 of September is full of energy and strength, mixed with a little bit of anger - "Violet" by Hole - Today's Song of the Day.
Let's start September with "Dog Days are Over" by Florence and the Machine, today's Song of the Day and the start of September's Women in Music (All Eras) theme.
Today's Song of the Day is "Robert De Niro's Waiting" by Bananarama, another Women in Music from the '80s installment for August.
Today's Song of the Day is "Love is a Stranger" from the Eurythmics, track one from their quintessential 1983 album, Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). Let's hear if for another awesome Woman in Music from the '80s - Annie Lennox!
Today's Women in Music from the '80s Song of the Day is "Only You" by Yaz, featuring the gorgeously soulful Alison Moyet.
Today's Women in Music from the '80s August Song of the Day is "Ivo" from Cocteau Twins, featuring the ethereal, dreamy, fantastic Elizabeth Fraser.
Today's Song of the Day is "Outside the Rain" by Stevie Nicks, off of her 1981 album, Bella Donna - continuing the August Song of the Day theme of Women in Music from the '80s.
Women In Music from the '80s goes on with the unusually amazing Cyndi Lauper covering Prince's "When You Were Mine".
Today's Woman in Music from the '80s Song of the Day is "Metro", by Berlin (and the fabulous Terri Nunn)
It's the 2nd day of Women in Music in the '90s theme. So today's Song of the Day is Björk's 1995 hit, "It's Oh So Quiet". Did you know it was a cover? I didn't, until today.