J-DHS Chamber Choir Finds Motivation through Music

The JDHS Chamber Choir shares the music that motivates them

Finding Light in the Dark

During these times of uncertainty, it is difficult to stay motivated in life. Back when we existed in a “normal” society, we had our own ways to remain persistent throughout the days. Now, with those strategies disrupted, we have to look toward another way to push us forward. For JD’s Chamber Choir, music serves as the most effective inspiration during unpredictable times. Here are some of their favorite picks:

“Carry On” by fun.

“Be a Light” by Thomas Rhett

“How Bad We Need Each Other” by Marc Scibilia

“Stand Down” by Little Mix

“Something Wild” by Lindsey Sterling

“Go The Distance” by BYU Vocal Point

“I Lived” by One Republic

“Space Jam” by Quad City DJ’s

“The Show Must Go On” by Queen

“Sunday Best” by Surfaces

“You Can’t Stop Me” by Andy Mineo

“Do It Again” by Steely Dan

“Overthinker” by INZO

“Heaven Falls/Fall On Me” by Surfaces

“End of the Line” by Traveling Wilburys

“Boogie Wonderland” by Earth, Wind, and Fire

“Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor

“The Incredibles Theme Song” by Michael Giacchino”

“Don’t Give Up on Me” by Andy Grammer

“Use this Gospel” by Kanye West

“One” by Mary J. Blige feat. U2

“Secret for the Mad” by dodie

“Life Is a Highway” by Rascal Flatts

“Hall of Fame” by The Script

“High Hopes” by Panic! at the Disco

“Lean on Me” by Bill Withers

“Gonna Fly Now” by Bill Conti

Luke Hobika, '20
When I am not studying, saying hi to you in the halls, or running, you can 100% guarantee that I am analyzing your favorite piece of music, film, or television.