Quick -- what has fireworks, works of art, hot rods, hot chicks in dunking booths, face-painting, feats of strength AND The All-American Rejects, all in slow-motion? It's (at long last) the StreetFest Slowdown!
The All-American Rejects gave a great high-energy performance to cap the second night of the El Paso Downtown StreetFest Sunday. So many sing-along-worthy songs! Here's another, and one of their biggest hits -- "Move Along".
El Paso's Downtown StreetFest brought the peeps, Louisiana's Better Than Ezra brought the fun, especially leading into their song "Juicy" with a touch of the Rolling Stones, and a break for an ode to the Sugar Hill Gang's classic rap, "Double Dutch Bus" in the middle!
Music Machinery's Paul Lamere studied data from a variety of music streaming services, to find out if location affects American's listening preferences. After analyzing the popular artists in each region, he then compared those results to other regions. Lamere used his final results to create a map to show what artists dominate each state. Can you guess what artist dominates Texas?
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