Each weekday at 8am, Jonathan & Kitty present the 8 at 8. The 8 at 8 is a collection of eight songs, with a combined theme, meaning or unifying idea.
With two minds like Jonathan & Kitty, the song combinations are infinite. They might be ridiculous too, but it's a infinite ridiculousness, just like Jonathan & Kitty.
Eight at Eight for August 16, 2013: Songs Without the Letter 'E' in the Title
by Jonathan & Kitty In The Morning,posted Aug 16 2013 8:58AM
This morning we wanted to see if you could think of songs without the letter 'E' in the title. You could.
The songs you suggested were:
My Sharona by The Knack
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen
Calagary by Bon Iver
Jumpin' Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones
Royals by Lorde
Slow Turning by John Hiatt
Plush by Stone Temple Pilots
Aint' Hurtin' Nobody by John Prine
That last song is one of Jonathan's all-time favorites. Here's the video:
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